Several changes to employment law came into effect on 1 April 2017.
An employee has protected her pension rights after winning a dispute with the NHS over when her contract came to an end.
A mother has been told by the High Court that she cannot take her two-year-old daughter to live with her in Canada.
The Court of Appeal has ruled that a landlord was wrong to use service charges to recover the cost of improvements to a property.
The government has announced plans to build thousands of starter homes on brownfield sites across the country.
A plumber who carried out jobs on behalf of a plumbing company should be classed as a “worker” under the Employment Rights Act, not a self-employed contractor.
A mother has been told she can only have contact with her son six times a year instead of the 12 times that she wanted.
A husband has won his appeal against financial remedy orders involving payments to his former wife after the court proceedings were held to be unfair.
A company director must repay a £150,000 investment after guaranteeing that he would double the figure within eight weeks.
A developer has won a legal dispute with a local authority over its plans to build 145 homes and associated infrastructure.