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Conveyancing Quality Scheme

28th July 2016
Yet again, Berlad Graham has secured membership to the Law Society's Conveyancing Quality Scheme - the mark of excellence for the home buying process. .
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Happy selfie of the proud sponsors!

16th June 2016
The British Ambassador to Israel David Quarrey and his partner Aldo Henriquez hosted over 1000 guests at Park Ra’anana on Wednesday 15 June, 2016.  The British Embassy’s Queen’s Birthday Party was particularly special this year as it celebrated the historic milestone of Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th Birthday.
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Berlad Graham proudly sponsored Her Majesty the Queen’s 90th birthday celebration with the British Ambassador to Israel

16th June 2016
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Celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s 90th Birthday

16th June 2016
Berlad Graham LLP proudly sponsored Her Majesty the Queen’s birthday celebration with His Excellency David Quarrey, the British Ambassador to Israel. Over 1,000 guests attended the event organised by the British Embassy in Israel, at Raanana Park.
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Very happy Clients!

28th January 2016
Fiona Bee, of Berlad Graham LLP, thanked by two clients who were very happy with the multi million pound deal she concluded for them yesterday. .
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Fiona Bee – Talking Heads

13th October 2015
As we always say. .
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Fiona Bee

Yet again…

5th August 2015
Yet again Hampshire Chamber of Commerce recognises  Fiona Bee as an Employment expert with another article on their Business News Magazine (page 3). .
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Fiona Bee

The Power of Employment Tribunal to Impose Financial Penalties on Employers

24th April 2014
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (ERRA), which received Royal Assent on 25 April 2013, came into force on 6 April 2014 and gives Employment Tribunals the discretionary power to impose financial penalties on employers who lose their case. Prior to 6 April 2014 Employment Tribunals had no powers to penalise employers for breaches of employment law, and therefore employers could expect an order of only compensation quantified by damages, which could be uplifted depending on the circumstances.
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