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Shared Parental Pay: Court Of Appeal Decision
On Friday (24 May) the Court of Appeal delivered its decision in the cases of Capita v Ali and Hextall v Chief Constable of Leicestershire
UK
12 Jun 2019
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Special Episode – Another View From Mayer Brown
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UK
17 May 2019
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Podcast: Episode 147 - The View From Mayer Brown
Nick looks at two recent cases which have a common theme of preventing the publication of information against the wishes of a party to the litigation.
UK
22 Feb 2019
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Capped Damages At Risk In France?
The Paris Employment team would like to draw your attention to some interesting developments regarding the application of the capped damages scale applied to unfair dismissals.
France
30 Jan 2019
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Employment Tribunal Decisions Go Online
Since 9 February this year, Employment Tribunal decisions are accessible online. Previously, such decisions were only obtainable at the Central Office of Employment Tribunals...
UK
28 Apr 2017
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UK Employment Round-Up - June 2016
Our June Monthly Update looks at the causal connection to establish discrimination arising from disability, the impact of dismissing an employee following the actions of their spouse or family member...
UK
11 Jul 2016
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Employment Round-Up - January 2016
Our monthly review of key cases and new law affecting employers.
UK
1 Feb 2016
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Monitoring Employee Communications: What's The Story?
Employment law rarely makes the headlines but a recent decision of the European Court of Human Rights on workplace monitoring has captured the attention of the global press, with many reports suggesting that employers now have free rein to monitor their employees' personal emails.
Worldwide
19 Jan 2016
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UK Employment Round-Up - December 2015
Our monthly review of key cases and new law affecting employers
UK
4 Jan 2016
10
Employment Round-Up - November 2015
Our monthly review of key cases and new law affecting employers.
UK
30 Nov 2015
11
UK Employment Round-Up, October 2015
The October round-up discusses four interesting developments. The first is the long awaited Supreme Court decision on the Nolan case concerning the application of UK legislation TULRCA to foreign public bodies.
UK
28 Oct 2015
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UK Employment Round-Up - September 2015
This case, heard by the European Court of Justice involved a claimant who owned a shop in a district where the electricity provider installed electricity meters at an increased height
UK
9 Oct 2015
13
UK Employment Round-Up - August 2015
This month's update features cases on jurisdictional issues for international employers to bear in mind, the importance of a proper and effective disciplinary appeal process and the reluctance of Tribunals to grant anonymity orders.
UK
7 Sep 2015
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Challenging Decisions Made by Sponsoring Employers and Trustees - Important Guidance from the High Court in the Prudential Case
This is an important case about the employer's duty of good faith, in particular in the context of discretionary pension increases.
UK
20 Apr 2011
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Selling Insolvent Businesses: TUPE Does Apply To Pre-Packs
In an important judgment delivered last week by the Employment Appeals Tribunals, it has been decided that TUPE does apply to administrations, including pre-pack administrations.
UK
25 Feb 2011
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In the Company of...Lawyers?
It is not uncommon for an employer to receive a request from a disgruntled employee that they be allowed to bring their legal representative to meetings at work, particularly in relation to disciplinary and grievance issues.
UK
23 Dec 2010
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What a Carry On...
In our "All Abroad" update of September 2010, we identified a trend by the courts in England to extend the territorial reach of English employment law when the employment right derives from a European Directive or Article.
UK
20 Dec 2010
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The Phone is Mightier than the Sword
To bring an unfair dismissal claim, an employee must file their claim within three months of their dismissal. So, when does a dismissal take effect if the employee is dismissed by letter?
UK
2 Dec 2010
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Minor Changes Constitute "Measures" Under TUPE
Prior to a transfer covered by the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 ("TUPE"), an employer is obliged to provide certain "information" about the transfer to representatives of its affected employees.
UK
3 Nov 2010
20
All Abroad
We have prepared this note as a result of two very recent cases. These have emphasised that English employers face claims by employees working outside England, and that the territorial reach of English employment law is greater than previously understood.
UK
30 Sep 2010
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