Where everything's social
The phrase "but it was just office banter" is usually a good indication that something offensive, and possibly discriminatory, has been said within the workplace with a consequential price tag for the employer. However, the recent case of Evans v Xactly Corporation has shown that, on occasions, a culture of banter can help to explain what, on the face of it, looks like potentially discriminatory conduct and help to defend the employer from a discrimination claim.
Family constitutions can otherwise be known as family charters or family protocol. They provide a framework that engages with family members, the family businesses, family investment companies, the family office and the trustees of family trusts.
The late actor might well have raised his famous eyebrow at a Court of Appeal case involving his namesake, Roger Moore and his son.
With the festive season started, the national THINK! campaign aims to encourage young men to step in if their mate is tempted to drink and drive.