Meet the Team – Georgina Baulch

Welcome to the fourteenth 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 our rradar station Intern, Georgina Baulch. How and when did you first become involved with rradar? I […]

Protecting confidential information

The knowledge base of a company is its lifeblood, particularly if it is involved in manufacturing or developing a unique product or service. If competitors get their hands on confidential information, it can spell financial disaster. One of the most likely ways this can happen is if an employee leaves the company and takes their […]

Claims Notification and the Insured’s responsibilities

When is an insured obliged to notify the insurer about events likely to give rise to a claim? That’s the question that the Court of Appeal in the recent case of Zurich Insurance Plc v Maccaferri Ltd [2016] looked at. Maccaferri was an engineering firm which held a combined public and products liability policy with […]

Volunteers are not employees

If you are a charitable organisation, there is a very good chance that you are making use of volunteers. It makes sense – volunteers can provide invaluable support to those for whom they work; indeed, many charities could not function without them. However, have you stopped to consider your legal obligations towards them? What do […]

Keeping in Touch days

When a mother-to-be takes maternity leave, she can be absent from the workplace for a considerable period of time, during which there may be many changes and developments. Providing she intends to return to work, it would be a good idea for her to keep abreast of these developments but receipt of Statutory Maternity Pay […]