In conjunction with Heart FM, Rundlewalker is proud to support Heart FMs "Have A Heart Appeal" 2012.
Employment Law - Localism Act 2011 - Local Authority Pay Policy Statement
15 January: The Localism Act 2011 prescribes that local authorities must prepare a pay policy statement for the financial year 2012/13 and subsequent financial years.
Employment Law - New Employment Tribunal Award limits
The Employment Rights (Increase of Limits) Order 2011 (SI 2011/3006) increases the limits on certain employment tribunal awards and other amounts payable under employment legislation.
Employment Law - Parental leave increases from three to four months
8 March 2012 - Parental leave increases from three to four months.
Government announces plans to reduce criminal compensation payments to victims.
If you have been a victim of crime and you have suffered injury you can recover compensation.
Pre & Post-Nuptial Agreements - Do you require legal advice?
If you have signed a Pre or Post Nuptial Agreement, the recent Judgment in Kremen v Agrest (No.11) (Financial Remedy: Non-Disclosure: Post Nuptial Agreement)  EWHC 45 (Fam) should be considered.
Legal Claims for Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) breast implants.
Following the recent media coverage regarding Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) breast implants, we at Rundlewalker are investigating the possibility of pursuing legal claims for compensation for women who have had these implants, whether or not you have yet su
Essential information for prospective house buyers and existing home owners.
Many people are not aware that for any registered property in England and Wales that they are interested in buying, the Land Registry is open for them as a prospective buyer, to look at the title register of a particular property.
Do You need a Social Media Policy?
What is a social media policy?
A Social Media Policy is a policy structured to provide protection to employers and clarity to employees knowing what is/is not acceptable when using social media.
Unmarried Couples Beware
Kernott v Jones
The recent Supreme Court Judgement in Kernott v Jones has recently sent chills through the legal profession and serves as a warning to all of those married couples and cohabitees.