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By John McMullen
In Jadran Dodi? v BANKA KOPER, ALTA INVEST (Case C-194/18), a case from Slovenia, the Court is being asked whether the transfer of financial instruments and other client assets
By John McMullen
The Public and Commercial Services Union made a complaint to the Central Arbitration Committee that ACAS had failed as an employer to consult with its employees pursuant to a negotiated agreement
By John McMullen
In DL Insurance Services Ltd v O'Connor, EAT upheld the decision of an employment tribunal that an employer had failed to justify the imposition of a written warning due to sickness absences
By John McMullen
In Hafal Ltd v Lane-Angell, the EAT overturned the decision of an employment tribunal and held that a "bank worker" had no umbrella contract and so could not bring an unfair dismissal claim.
By John McMullen
In Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Smith, the Supreme Court agreed that a nominally self-employed plumber was a worker and so entitled to paid annual leave and protection against discrimination.
By John McMullen
This month we report on the Supreme Court decision in Pimlico Plumbers Limited v Smith that a nominally self-employed plumber was a worker, and so entitled to paid annual leave and protection against discrimination.
By Laura Moss
The community-led housing sector received welcome news this July, the fund provides grant funding for community groups in early stage of development.
By Paul Colman
The recent case of Taulbut v Davey is the latest example of a homemade Will causing confusion, frustration, and fallout.
By Zahra Al-Moozany
From the 1 August 2018, important changes are being made to the automatic disqualification rules for charity trustees.
By Wrigleys Solicitors
What do charities need to consider to demonstrate responsible management?What do charities need to consider to demonstrate responsible management?
By Verity Gawthorp
This article considers the risks of allowing japanese knotweed to spread on your land and the steps which a landowner can take.
By Graham Shaw
We take a look at the evidence provided to the House of Commons Education Select Committee on 'Educating The North'
By Laura Moss
What circumstances mean an academy trust may need to set up a subsidiary company to carry out trading activity, in order to comply with charity law.
By Hayley Marsden
In this article, we look briefly at the role of the clerk, and what resources are available to schools to make sure that their clerk is supported.
By Alacoque Marvin
Paying holiday pay at the rate of 12.07% of pay may not always comply with contractual or statutory entitlements.