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Every law firm tries to think of ways to be ‘different’. We think about you instead.

But what does that actually mean for you?

What’s best about us is that from that very first conversation, we put ourselves in your shoes to find out exactly what you want to achieve. So if you want a lawyer who makes the law work for you, is completely open and transparent about their fees, doesn’t sit on the fence, doesn’t leave all the difficult decisions to you, who tells you what you should do and not just what you can do, then talk to us.

The success of our approach to the law means we have grown rapidly and expanded our range of services. Originally Employment Law specialists, working for employers and employees, we now have expertise and a proven track record in many areas of Business Law.

I would thoroughly recommend Sherborne’s services to any employer – large or small

STEVE EVANS, MANAGING DIRECTOR CLARKSON EVANS

New Rates of National Minimum Wage

A brief reminder of forthcoming increases to the National Minimum Wage and other employment rates From 1 April 2021, the National Minimum Wage increases as follows: Rates 2020 2021 National Living Wage (now age 23+) £8.72 £8.91 Adult rate (now...
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Shielding and the extremely vulnerable.

As of 1stApril the clinically extremely vulnerable are not required to shield and are no longer entitled to SSP for doing so. The letter being sent out by the Department of Health and Social Care advises that the rules of...
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Uber and self employed status.

There is some confusion both in the news, and amongst business owners about what the situation is concerning so called “self-employed” staff, and the minimum wage, and paid holidays. While the legal test is a little more complicated, (only a...
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Furlough scheme extended

This update is written and posted on 3rd March 2021 and will quickly become out of date once further details are known. We will endeavour to update it as soon as information becomes available. The Chancellor has today announced that...
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Right to work checks.

Employers will be familiar with the need to complete right to works checks, which continue to be required following Brexit. In short, employers must carry out checks in respect of all new employees or workers, regardless of nationality. They must...
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The EU settlement scheme

On 31 December 2020 the Brexit transition period ended, meaning that the UK is no longer bound by EU law. There are no immediate changes to employment law as all EU employment law had been transposed into UK law prior...
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