Monthly Archives: April 2016

Can my boss sack me for what I say on Social Media?

The short answer is yes. In certain circumstances you can be legally sacked for what you say on Facebook, Twitter or other social media. Even if you are at home and just speaking to friends. When can you be legally … Continue reading

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Attorneys Who Denied Father Access to His Money Removed

The Court of Protection has come to the rescue of an elderly man who wished to have access to his own funds. The man, now aged 87, appointed his son and daughter to be his attorneys under an Enduring Power … Continue reading

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Teacher Forced to Resign

A teacher was forced to resign when videos of her beach holiday activities went viral and upset parents of the posh school she worked at. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/twerking-primary-school-teacher-sacked-7726815 This can happen here. In certain cases the law will allow an employer to … Continue reading

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