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Samuel Phillips Law Blog

Month: March 2022

Wills, Probate & Trust

Update your Will Week – Halfway through

We are halfway through Update your Will Week! Don’t forget to contact our Felicity Nelson today, who is an Associate Member of SFE, by calling 0191 232 8451 or emailing to get started.

Wills, Probate & Trust

Update your Will Week

It’s Update your Will Week this week! With new research from @SFELawyers revealing 47% of people haven’t updated their will in more than five years, this means nearly half of wills in the UK are likely to be out of date!

Family Law

No-Fault Divorce – The Basics

In less than a month the biggest shake up to divorce laws, for over half a century, shall come into force. The change aims to reduce conflict between a divorcing couple.

Samuel Phillips Law

Mind Over Matter

Why is it that so many businesses, large and small, are failing to measure and manage the impact of the pandemic on their staff’s mental health? Research commissioned by OHID (Office of Health Improvement and Disparities) at the end of last year revealed that nearly half (49%) of adults in England said the COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact on their mental wellbeing.


The Reality of Virtual Work

Why we need to start thinking about employee actions and appearance in the Metaverse. With moves by Facebook, Google and Microsoft to “landgrab” digital space purpose built for a virtual World we explore the very real prospect of managing risks associated with the technology.


Spy Glass – Mr A Jones v Pilkington UK Ltd

Unfair dismissal case involving undercover surveillance and filming of an employee of Pilkington who was on sick leave.

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