Crop damage from deliberate flooding – who’s liable?

The recent, devastating floods have caused chaos in many areas of the country and have hit rural areas particularly heavily. Farmers are often particularly badly hit, but in some cases, the damage is not solely the fault of the weather. A recent case has highlighted the problems faced by farmers when floods strike. The case […]

Meet the Team – Patrick Crosby

  Welcome to the sixth in our series of team interviews. Each month, we’ll be asking a member of our team to tell us more about them and their involvement with rradar. This month, it’s time to hear about Graphic Designer Patrick Crosby. How and when did you first become involved with rradar? I started […]

Corporate Directors and Shadow Directors

The implementation of the Small Business, Enterprise & Employment Act 2015 (the “Act”) introduces changes affecting directors & their duties. This blog will cover the types of directors affected by the new Act and the consequences for companies & directors of non-compliance with the law. What are Corporate Directors & Shadow Directors? A corporate director […]

rradar shortlisted for Claims Awards 2016

rradar is delighted to announce that it has been shortlisted in the Insurance Law Firm of the Year category at the Claims Awards 2016. rradar’s unique approach to customer service and provision of legal advice to businesses clearly impressed the judges enough for it to advance to the final stage. rradar will be joining dozens […]

CCTV monitoring of employees – is it legal?

  Are you considering setting up a CCTV system to monitor what your employees are doing? Have you considered the drawbacks that might ensue and are you prepared for the legal ramifications? Why use monitoring? There are several reasons why employers may decide to install CCTV: Protecting business interests by preventing misconduct Compliance with legal […]