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Colin Foote As an employer, keeping an eye on your staff is vital but you must also stay on the right side of the law. Colin Foote, employment law specialist at Sullivans Law in Belfast, advises how employers can monitor staff without infringing their right to privacy.

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Director Jeanette Donohoe and solicitor Maria McNally of Cleaver Fulton Rankin Solicitors in Belfast explain the impact of the Insolvency (Amendment) Act (Northern Ireland) 2016. On 1st April 2016, a significant number of changes came in to effect arising from the commencement of the Insolvency (Ame

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Dawn McKnight Dawn McKnight, partner in the corporate team at Belfast firm Carson McDowell, delves deeper into the Brexit debate and explores some of the finer details which could cause concerns for local companies with IP rights.

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David Sullivan, director at Sullivans Law in Belfast David Sullivan, director at Sullivans Law in Belfast, outlines recent changes to the taxation of dividends.

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Julie-Anne McCaffrey Irish Legal News speaks to Julie-Anne McCaffrey, chair of the Northern Ireland Young Solicitors Association (NIYSA), in the wake of the European Young Bar Association conference in Belfast.

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David Menzies David Menzies, director of insolvency at ICAS, explains recent changes to insolvency legislation in Northern Ireland.

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Gavan Duffy QC, chairman of Northern Ireland's Criminal Bar Association The long running story of Rob Tichener’s abuse of his wife Helen in BBC Radio 4's The Archers came to a gruesome climax this week in a shocking scene for listeners that resulted in outcry on social media platforms and news out

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Jonathan Simpson Jonathan Simpson, solicitor in the employment department at Cleaver Fulton Rankin in Belfast, reflects on the year since Shared Parental Leave was introduced.

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Linda Johnston, partner at Francis Hanna & Co Solicitors Linda Johnston, partner at Francis Hanna & Co Solicitors, writes about the passing of the Mental Capacity Bill by the Northern Ireland Assembly.

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Maxine Orr Maxine Orr, partner at Worthingtons Solicitors in Belfast, considers two cases whereby an employee was not required to share the relevant protected characteristic in order to claim discrimination by association.

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