0114 296 5444

Archive for August, 2014

Prison chaplains win thousands in payouts after unfair dismissal

August 29 2014

Prison bosses in Scotland have been forced to pay out more than £43,000 after unfairly dismissing two chaplains….


Local councils want law changed to curb junk mail

August 27 2014

Local councils are calling for a law change to prevent them having to sell voters’ personal details to junk mail firms….

PM Law solicitors in Sheffield

Sports Direct owner revealed as biggest employer using “zero hour” contracts

August 26 2014

Billionaire businessman Mike Ashley has been revealed as the biggest employer to use the “zero hour” contracts that potentially prevent 20,000 part-time staff at his retail empire from taking a…

Accidents at work

NHS Trust fined £55,000 after workers potentially exposed to asbestos

August 21 2014

An NHS Trust has been fined £55,000 after it was found likely to have exposed workers to potentially fatal asbestos material for more than a decade at three of its hospitals….


Suspended prison sentence after faulty gas service leaves tenant unconscious

August 19 2014

A gas engineer has been handed an 18-week suspended prison sentence after carbon monoxide fumes from an incorrectly serviced gas-fired heater left a tenant unconscious….