Following changes made by the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013, as of 29 July 2013 compromise agreements have been renamed ‘settlement agreements’ and new provisions (Section 111A) have been inserted into the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA) making settlement agreement discussions inadmissible as evidence in ordinary unfair dismissal cases so that offers to end […]
Native America comes to Ipswich this week as lawyer Anthony Wooding unveils his latest art project and prepares to give a talk on the subject. Mr Wooding, managing partner at Kerseys Solicitors, watched on yesterday as the five artworks, based around Native American thinker Lame Deer, were hung in Gallery One, in the Town Hall […]
The divorce rate among the over-60s is continuing to rise, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This is in contrast to the overall divorce figures which are falling. The divorce rate for older people was relatively stable in the 1980s but then started to rise in the early 1990s. […]
A personal view from the Managing Partner of Kerseys Solicitors.
Anthony Wooding of Kerseys discusses the pros and cons of mediation vs the court process.
Kerseys took part in the East Anglian Daily Times Office Olympics 2012
Following the recent Ryan Giggs “super injunction” furore, find out the difference between a super injunction and a privacy injunction.
This presentation is about why you should make a will. What do you need to consider and what are the pitfalls if you don’t get legal advice?
The first in our Legal Eagle series is about how juries can be influenced by what they may see or hear on the Internet. Is it damaging the justice system?
Three brave Kerseys employees took on the National Three Peaks Challenge in August to raise money for Woolverstone Wish. The sponsorship money has been collected and counted and we are pleased to announce that over £1,600.00 was raised. Well done Alicia Wiles, Sharon Wragg and Iain Thom!