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By Emma Ridge
There has been a lot in the news about the appointment of a liquidator for Carillion and what this could mean for existing contracts with schools.
By Laura Moss
We summarise the elements of GDPR that are specific for schools and academies. We highlight what is important to be aware of and what to prepare for.
By Alacoque Marvin
Yes, maybe. Schools should be aware that an unclear COT3 settlement agreement could allow an employee to bring future employment tribunal claims.
By Laura Moss, Tim Wrigley, Sophie Henson
This article sets out a summary of the community rights and powers introduced by the Localism Act 2011 and how they can be used by community groups.
By Alacoque Marvin
A summary of some of the more interesting and important employment cases concerning schools over the last 12 months.
By Chris Billington
Scenario: A case study of how a school encountered problems when ramping up its fundraising activities and guidance on how you can keep to the rules.
By John McMullen
It is common ground that TUPE can apply even if the business or service being transferred is leaving the UK to go to another country, even if that country is outside the EU.
By Alacoque Marvin
We consider the potential TUPE risks for a Multi Academy Trust which takes day to day control of a school before the transfer date.
By John McMullen
In Parker v Medical Defence Union Services Ltd and another, the EAT upheld the decision of an employment tribunal that non-uniform accrual rules of a pension scheme did not disadvantage a part-time pension scheme member.
By Laura Moss
This article discusses the importance of a strong governing board, to act as a check and a balance on executive decision making.
By Emma Ridge
We look at the impact on co-housing & community-led housing You may have seen in the press that the government has announced it will prohibit the creation of new leaseholds for houses.
By John McMullen
This client briefing just provides an overview of the law in this area.
By John McMullen
In MM Packaging v Potter and others the Court of Appeal considered the correct construction of a payment clause in a COT3 Agreement.
By John McMullen
In NHS 24 v Pillar the EAT overturned the decision of an employment tribunal that a dismissal was unfair because the investigation report included details of previous incidents which had not led to disciplinary action.
By John McMullen
The first data from the Government's Race Disparity Audit was published earlier this month.