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Brian Moss

Status change for migrant workers after Brexit day

12 March 2019

Back in June 2017, UK Prime Minister Theresa May outlined the UK government’s proposal on the rights of EU citizens currently living in the UK, after Brexit. She said: “The UK is one of the most tolerant and welcoming places in the world and will remain that way. EU citizens who came to the UK before the EU Referendum, and before the formal Article 50 process for exiting the EU was triggered, came on the basis that they would be able to settle permanently, if they were able to build a life here. We recognise the need to honour that expectation.” Read More


Regulations set out new rules for the disposal of food waste by businesses

Regulations set out new rules for the disposal of food waste by businesses

16 February 2017

Worthingtons Solicitors recently acted in the takeover of a well-known restaurant chain. As part of the due diligence process we discovered all there is to know about food waste and the FOOD WASTE REGULATIONS (Northern Ireland) 2015 that came into operation on 14th February 2015. These Regulations provide for the collection, transport and treatment of food waste, and for related matters and the different obligations under the Regulations come into force on different dates between 2015 and 2017. Read More


Waste Matters - The Legal Hierarchy Attributable to Waste and What Companies Need to Know

Waste Matters - The Legal Hierarchy Attributable to Waste and What Companies Need to Know

13 February 2017

In Northern Ireland, any dealings with waste material are controlled by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) under management licences. Certain activities which ‘recover’ waste are exempt from licensing if they meet the requirements of Regulation 17 of the Waste Management Licensing Regulations (NI) 2003. A similar concept applies in England and Wales. In that jurisdiction if waste activities are seen as waste recovery, an exemption or ‘standard rules’ permit will be granted. However, if waste activities are found to simply dispose of waste, a special ‘bespoke rules’ permit will be granted which is more expensive and subject to heightened regulation. Read More


MEET THE LAWYER: CLARE CURRAN

MEET THE LAWYER: CLARE CURRAN

15 November 2016

Here at Worthingtons, we strongly believe that investment in experienced, high quality, knowledgeable, yet personable staff is key to our continued success and we hope that you enjoy getting to know some of them a little better, in our new ‘Meet the Lawyer’ feature. Read More


Rachel Toner

Lost the Plot?

18 October 2016

Rachel Toner, Solicitor, considers the question -what are your legal rights to a burial plot? Read More


Nikki McConnell

How insurance can protect your firm against legal costs

13 September 2016

Starting and indeed running a business can be both rewarding and challenging in these uncertain times. There are many legal and other pitfalls that can beset a growing business, including non-payment of a debt by a customer, contractual disputes with customers, suppliers or agents, employment disputes, and regulatory investigations. Dealing with such issues can divert time and resources from your business and worse, could expose the business to legal costs, which in the event legal action is unsuccessful and factoring in the risk of the opponent’s costs or adverse costs, can be considerable. Read More


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