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In Counsel Update - Winter 2017
In this update we will outline the most recent legal developments affecting your business, in particular, the Government's Green Paper on Corporate Governance Reform...
UK
17 Feb 2017
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A 'Fatherhood Penalty'?: UK Inquiry Asks Whether Fathers Are Being Failed In The Workplace
A report recently published by the work-life charity Working Families and Bright Horizons has found that UK workplaces are failing to support fathers' wishes to take an active role in raising their children.
UK
10 Feb 2017
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Thought For The Year: From A Binary To A Non-Binary World - Social Progress, But Legal Challenge?
Two very important issues that will continue to play out during 2017 and beyond are; the "workers" rights debate and how to make transgender people feel welcome.
UK
16 Jan 2017
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Rocket Or Damp Squib? Government Consults Once Again On GMP Sex Equality
Having consulted on draft Regulations in 2012, DWP has now issued a further Consultation proposing a new approach and method for GMP equalisation.
UK
29 Dec 2016
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RPI/CPI: RPI, Or New Chapter?
The Court of Appeal disagreed and, on the particular wording of the Rules, held that the power to switch arises only if RPI has been officially replaced.
UK
29 Dec 2016
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BHS: Where Are We Now?
In our May 2016 bulletin we examined the well-publicised BHS pensions debacle. Since then, a considerable amount of time, effort and money has been spent in trying to reach a solution to the problems...
UK
29 Dec 2016
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A New Focus On Employment Practices
The Prime Minister commissioned the Independent Review of Employment Practices in the Modern Economy on 1 October 2016.
UK
29 Dec 2016
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Pensions Ready Reckoner - December 2016
Latest developments in the ever-changing world of occupational pension schemes.
UK
29 Dec 2016
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High Court Allows Appeal Against The Pensions Ombudsman
Due to the worsening of the relationship between B and the Authority, they entered into a compromise agreement regarding B's termination of employment.
UK
29 Dec 2016
10
Protecting A Bankrupt's Pension: Horton v Henry, Court Of Appeal 7/10/2016
Good news for debtors but disappointing for creditors: the Court of Appeal has decided, in its recent Horton v Henry decision, that a bankrupt individual's pension rights cannot be exercised...
UK
29 Dec 2016
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Why It's Even More Important Now To Check The Interest Clause Within Your Building Contracts And Appointments – Adjudication Costs
In a recent case (Lulu Construction vs Mullalley & Co) the contractor benefitted from a legal uncertainty regarding compensation for late payment and was awarded his adjudication costs.
UK
20 Dec 2016
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Would You Place Employees On Garden Leave As Part Of A Redundancy Consultation Process? This Could Affect The Fairness Of The Redundancy
In a recent case the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has found that a "perfunctory and insensitive" redundancy consultation process can impact on the ultimate fairness of a redundancy dismissal.
UK
14 Dec 2016
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Contractors All Risks Insurance - Changes Introduced By The Updated JCT 2016
This is a welcome change and one which seeks to address one of the more difficult issues arising in relation to refurbishment works contracts, particularly in multi-let buildings.
UK
14 Dec 2016
14
JCT Design And Build 2016 Contract
JCT has published the new edition of 2016 Design and Build Contract in conjunction with the Design and Build Sub-Contract for use with it.
UK
13 Dec 2016
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Chancellor Targets Lawyers Over Tax Avoidance
Abolishing the autumn statement was the most legally notable element of what was the chancellor's first and last autumn statement, lawyers claimed yesterday.
UK
29 Nov 2016
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Court Rules Uber Drivers Are Workers: Have You Reviewed The Employment Status Of All Of Your UK Staff?
The Uber case has hit the headlines because of the high profile name involved, but it is also a timely reminder to employers that they must take care when attempting to set up a contractor/self-employed status.
UK
22 Nov 2016
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Court Of Appeal Denies Barnardo's Permission To Switch From RPI To CPI
The Court of Appeal has declared that trustees of the Barnardo's pension scheme cannot switch its indexed linked payments from the Retail Price Index (RPI) to the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
UK
11 Nov 2016
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Tata Steel Crisis: What Next?
Relaxing legislation: will the government take a steely approach?
UK
10 Nov 2016
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Ending Property Leases For HR Professionals - Part 1: Moving On
Wedlake Bell commercial property partner Suzanne Gill is providing a series of articles for HR professionals to give them a better understanding of the issues accompanying surplus premises.
UK
8 Nov 2016
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Breastfeeding At Work
A recent landmark ruling involving EasyJet has found that failure to make adjustments to assist breastfeeding women express milk at work could amount to discrimination.
UK
8 Nov 2016
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