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Employment Tribunal Rules
The last week has seen the release of two reports that could have a very significant impact on the shape of employment tribunals in years to come.
UK
23 Jul 2012
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Health and Safety Newsletter - March 2012
Welcome to the Health and Safety Newsletter, which contains updates on the latest Health & Safety cases and their implications for directors and businesses.
UK
2 Apr 2012
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Employment Law - Top Topics For 2012
2012 promises to be a busy year for employment law and employers should ensure that they are ready to respond.
UK
19 Jan 2012
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When Is A Partner Not A Partner?
A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") ruling has found that a solicitor who was held out as a partner and remunerated as a partner was nevertheless an employee of the solicitors’ firm at which he worked.
UK
26 Aug 2011
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Changes In Employment Law - April 2011
April 2011 brings a number of important changes in employment law.
UK
1 Apr 2011
6
New Rules For Medical Examinations And Employment Certificates
Two important employment law changes take effect from 21 March 2011.
Poland
22 Mar 2011
7
Workplace Disputes and Employer's Charter
The Government has today announced the next steps in its review of employment laws.
UK
27 Jan 2011
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Annual Leave Of Offshore Workers
The Inner House Of The Scottish Court Of Session Has Held, In T.L. Russell & ors v Transocean International Resources Limited & ors, that annual leave for offshore workers can be taken out of onshore "field breaks", thus choosing to follow the 2009 ruling of the Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT").
UK
25 Oct 2010
9
Awards For Failure To Inform and Consult Under TUPE Reconsidered
The EAT has recently reconsidered the way in which awards for failure to inform and consult on a TUPE transfer are assessed.
UK
15 Oct 2010
10
Narrow Boundaries for Exceptions to 'Without Prejudice' Rule
The recent case of Woodward v Santander UK plc clarifies the ‘without prejudice’ rule and confirms the narrow boundaries of exceptions.
UK
17 Jun 2010
11
Employment Changes from April 2010
Several new employment legislative changes are due to be introduced from 6 April 2010.
UK
31 Mar 2010
12
Two Recent Cases Of Interest
We report below on two recent cases that highlight issues of interest to employers; the first UK judgment in light of the ECJ’s decision in Pereda and an EAT decision on changes to terms and conditions of employment.
UK
25 Feb 2010
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High Court Blunts Ombudsman's Approach To Time Limits
The High Court has held that when determining disputes of law, the Pensions Ombudsman cannot take a less restrictive approach to time limits than the courts would take.
UK
9 Dec 2009
14
Can A Belief In Climate Change Be A Philosophical Belief?
Last week the employment appeal tribunal upheld a controversial decision of an employment tribunal that an individual’s views on climate change are capable of being a philosophical belief for the purposes of the Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003 (the "Regulations").
UK
11 Nov 2009
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Court Of Appeal Confirms TUPE Information Test Is Subjective
One of the main requirements of the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations ("TUPE") is that the employer informs employee representatives of the legal, economic and social implications of the transfer. Where measures are envisaged a consultation process is triggered.
UK
15 Oct 2009
16
Court Of Appeal Reaches Decision On Oakland v Wellswood (Yorkshire) Limited
The Court of Appeal has reversed the EAT's decision in the above case, although it has not definitively ruled out the application of Regulation 8(7) of TUPE in instances of pre-pack administration.
UK
18 Aug 2009
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Employment Law Changes To Take Effect From April 2009
The Employment Act 2008 repeals the statutory dispute resolution procedures in their entirety and introduces a regime based on a new Acas Code for disciplinary and grievance procedures.
UK
17 Mar 2009
18
New Compensation Limits Announced
The annual increase in compensation limits for claims in the Employment Tribunal (effective from 1st February 2009) has been announced.
UK
10 Dec 2008
19
Repeal Of Statutory Dispute Resolution Procedures Effective 6 April 2009?
The repeal of the statutory dispute resolution procedures was made final this month with the Employment Act 2008 receiving Royal Assent and the new Acas Code of Practice being published.
UK
19 Nov 2008
20
Justifying Discrimination
In three high profile cases recently, the courts have stressed the need for tribunals to pay particular attention to the proportionality of any accepted legitimate aims put forward by the employers when objectively justifying discriminatory measures.
UK
14 Aug 2008
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