Legal action taken against Celtic Football Club regarding sexual abuse allegations

Formal legal action has begun against Celtic Football Club regarding claims it failed to protect victims from sex abusers working around Celtic Boys’ Club.   Celtic declined to answer questions put forward by the Guardian in relation to the legal action but instead referred to a statement made by the club in February, where it said: “Celtic Football…

New insolvency law to help businesses survive in face of ‘aggressive debt recovery’ during pandemic

Businesses struggling to stay afloat through the Covid-19 crisis could be saved by the introduction of a new Corporate Governance and Insolvency Bill giving companies time to restructure, refinance and keep trading when they might otherwise go out of business because of debts caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Under the rules, wrongful trading provisions will be temporarily suspended; meaning directors…

Changes to Employment Law April 2020

New legislation making major changes to existing employment regulations comes into force from Monday 6 April 2020. Employers and employees can find the updated advice here on Acas’s website. The most significant changes are: Parental bereavement leave and pay The Parental Bereavement Leave and Pay Act 2018 gives all employed parents the right to 2…

Coronavirus – COVID19 Office Update

Due to Government recommendations we have closed the office buildings.  Some staff are working remotely but if you need to contact us please; e-mail directly the person who is dealing with your case or info@wrigleyclaydon.com or telephone 0161 624 6811 and leave a message We will do our best to assist but please bear with…