Category Archives: Employment

Supreme Court rules that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful: What Next? - September 7, 2017
After a four year legal fight, UNISON, won its case against the government for Employment Tribunal fees to be scrapped....

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Supreme Court rules that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful - July 26, 2017
After a four year legal fight, UNISON, has won its four year legal fight against the government for Employment Tribunal...

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Swearing of Documents - June 1, 2017
Numerous legal documents, such as Affidavits, Statutory Declarations and Insolvency Forms, must be sworn on oath in front of a...

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Challoner House, Clerkenwell Close: A Brief History - May 12, 2017
Those of you who frequent Clerkenwell Close, probably pass Challoner House every day.  It’s the one with the leafy display...

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Promotion Announcement – Dispute Resolution and Employment - April 7, 2017
We are pleased to announce the promotion...

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Employment Law: What to Expect in 2017 - January 19, 2017
A number of important employment law changes are being made in 2017. In this Briefing Note, we cover: Taxation of Salary...

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The Office Christmas Party - December 6, 2016
Christmas party season is underway and now is the time for employers to take a moment to consider the potential...

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EAT Case – Has there been a dismissal? - October 27, 2016
In the recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) case of Sandle v Adecco, it was held that in order to prove...

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Establishing the Right to Work: Directors banned after avoiding illegal worker fines - September 6, 2016
The directors of six restaurants who put their businesses into liquidation to avoid paying fines for employing illegal workers have...

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Brexit: what next for UK employment law? - June 28, 2016
The votes are in and the UK has decided to leave the EU. With many of the UK’s employment rights...

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