Notts Legal Eagles Soar in the Derbyshire Dales

Notts Legal Eagles Soar in the Derbyshire Dales Clients and guests from the Nottingham office of law firm Sills & Betteridge took to the Derbyshire Dales recently to network and understand more about each other’s businesses. The event was organised by Brackenbury’s Britain, a company founded in 2014 by Richard Brackenbury, of law firm Fraser Brown, which offers corporate days out, guided walks and tours. The group covered a 7 mile walk which took in the sights of Rowsley Mill, Stanton Moor and the villages of Birchover and Stanton in the Peak. Sills & Betteridge established an office in Nottingham in 2013 following their merger with MacLaren Britton which is…

Worker or Employee? Tribunal Ponders Charity Worker’s Case

Worker or Employee? Tribunal Ponders Charity Worker’s Case The dividing line between ‘workers’ and ‘employees’ can be very difficult to discern, but is of the greatest significance. That was certainly so in the case of one man who worked for a charity for years without any form of written contract. The man, who started out as a paid intern on a trial basis, received about £1,000 a month for performing a wide range of tasks, many of them concerned with assisting the charity’s founder in dealing with personal matters. Neither he nor the charity made any account for Income Tax or National Insurance Contributions. Following his acrimonious departure, he lodged…