Rogers & Norton News

Employment Law Bulletin July 2014

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Welcome  The controversy that  is zero-hours contracts rumbles on. Despite some calls for banning them, the  government has issued its latest indication of support for these arrangements   which it says have a place in the labour market.   It seems that zero-hours … Click to read more…

PLONC Race Day

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

This year ’s  annual PLONC Ladies Raceday at Newmarket will be remembered for several reasons.  Not least for the rain but mostly for the impromptu fashions provided by best dressed lady Emma Wilson of Insight mortgages.  Emma not only took home her prize of a bottle of … Click to read more…

Charity Quiz Evening

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Rogers & Norton held a Charity Quiz evening for Nelsons Journey on Friday at the Holiday Inn, Ipswich Road, Norwich when 140 guests in 19 teams enjoyed an evening trying to answer a variety of easy and difficult questions!  A raffle was … Click to read more…

Supreme Court hands down judgment on Eastenders and First Stop

The Supreme Court has held that HM Revenue and Customs Commissioners has a general power to detain goods pending investigation as to whether they were liable to forfeiture for non payment of duty.  Lord Sumption and Lord Reed with whom … Click to read more…

Government introduces charges to parents for using the Child Maintenance Service

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Changes to Child Maintenance Its official…the long awaited changes to the way we pay child maintenance have arrived.  All new applicants to the Child Maintenance Service or ‘CMS’ with effect from 30th June 2013 will be charged a one off … Click to read more…