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Hogan Lovells
Workers are protected against being subjected to a detriment on the ground that they have refused to comply with a requirement
Hogan Lovells
Protected conversations, or "pre-termination negotiations" as they are referred to in law, were introduced in 2013
Hogan Lovells
Workers are protected against being subjected to a detriment on the ground that they have refused to comply with a requirement
ICSA
In the case of Tillman v Egon Zehnder Limited the Supreme Court (SC) considered whether or not words could be removed from a non-compete clause to make it enforceable.
Gowling WLG
The historic Supreme Court hearing and judgment on the proroguing of Parliament was hands down the case of the month.
Dentons
In a recent Scottish case, the Court of Session has held that an Employment Tribunal (ET) was entitled to re-label the potentially fair reason for an employee's....
Dentons
Privilege is a well-known right entitling a person who is involved in legal proceedings, in certain circumstances, to withhold documents from inspection by their opponent during the disclosure process
Dentons
The public interest test was introduced as an additional requirement for whistleblowing protection in 2013
Dentons
In instances of serious misconduct, an employer may in certain circumstances want to suspend an employee who is being investigated as part of a disciplinary process
Wrigleys Solicitors
Workers are protected from detrimental treatment as a result of making a protected disclosure (or 'whistleblowing').
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of UK, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employer waived privilege in redacted parts of a draft dismissal letter setting out...
Herrington Carmichael
In Upton-Hansen Architects v Gyftaki, the EAT held that if an individual is found to have been constructive dismissed, an employer needs to prove a potentially fair reason for the dismissal to successfully defend the claim.
Herrington Carmichael
In the case of Okwu v Rise Community Action, the EAT found that, in relation to whether a protected disclosure was in the public interest or not, it only requred the employee to have reasonable belief that it was.
Herrington Carmichael
We are pleased to provide you with the Herrington Carmichael LLP employment law update for September 2019.
Wrigleys Solicitors
If an employee resigns and subsequently claims constructive unfair dismissal (by claiming an employer's action caused a fundamental breach to the employment contract),
Hogan Lovells
The EAT decision in Upton-Hansen Architects Ltd v Gyftaki is a reminder to employers facing a constructive unfair dismissal claim that they should plead a potentially fair reason for dismissal
Hewitsons LLP
In the case of Meier v BT the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal (CA) had to consider whether an employer had sufficient knowledge of a job applicant's disabilities to trigger the employer's duty
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Ms Chikale and her employer, Mrs Okedina, are both Malawian nationals. Using false information, Mrs Okedina obtained a six month visa for Ms Chikale, and brought her into the country as a live in domestic worker.
Dentons
In this issue we look at some of the key employment law developments that have taken place over the past month. In particular, we examine: an employee pursuing a claim despite an illegal employment
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Herrington Carmichael
In the case of Okwu v Rise Community Action, the EAT found that, in relation to whether a protected disclosure was in the public interest or not, it only requred the employee to have reasonable belief that it was.
Herrington Carmichael
We are pleased to provide you with the Herrington Carmichael LLP employment law update for September 2019.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held that an employer waived privilege in redacted parts of a draft dismissal letter setting out...
Wrigleys Solicitors
Workers are protected from detrimental treatment as a result of making a protected disclosure (or 'whistleblowing').
Herrington Carmichael
In Upton-Hansen Architects v Gyftaki, the EAT held that if an individual is found to have been constructive dismissed, an employer needs to prove a potentially fair reason for the dismissal to successfully defend the claim.
Dentons
Privilege is a well-known right entitling a person who is involved in legal proceedings, in certain circumstances, to withhold documents from inspection by their opponent during the disclosure process
Dentons
The public interest test was introduced as an additional requirement for whistleblowing protection in 2013
Dentons
In instances of serious misconduct, an employer may in certain circumstances want to suspend an employee who is being investigated as part of a disciplinary process
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Labour and Employment Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of UK, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Hewitsons LLP
In the case of Meier v BT the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal (CA) had to consider whether an employer had sufficient knowledge of a job applicant's disabilities to trigger the employer's duty
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