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Episode 148 - A View from Mayer Brown
Nick looks at two recent cases. The first deals with the apportionment of liability where agency workers are underpaid, and the second looks at unfair claims for asserting a breach of a statutory right.
UK
16 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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Podcast: Episode 137 - The View From Mayer Brown
Nick looks at three recent and important cases.
UK
3 Sep 2018
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Gender Pay Matters
Shortly prior to Christmas 2016 we had the publication of the final version of the Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations. We now also have the ACAS guidance on managing gender pay in the private and voluntary sectors which was published at the end of January.
UK
13 Feb 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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UK Employment Round-Up - April 2016
This update looks at the impact this initiative is likely to have on businesses and the Employment Law issues it has raised so far.
UK
11 May 2016
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UK Employment Round-Up - March 2016
This month's update features cases on providing informal references and the provision of childcare vouchers during maternity leave, as well as further developments on gender pay gap reporting.
UK
11 Apr 2016
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UK Employment Round-Up - February 2016
This month's update features cases on age discrimination, the application of blanket policies in the workplace and a judicial review of the Criminal Records Disclosure Scheme.
UK
9 Mar 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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Employment Round-Up - November 2015
Our monthly review of key cases and new law affecting employers.
UK
30 Nov 2015
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The Election Outcome And What It Means For Employment Law
Now we know what Government will be in place for the next five years, we can take a more focused look at what we can expect the employment law landscape to look like under a Conservative majority Government.
UK
29 May 2015
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UK Employment Round-Up - May 2015
With only 2 days to go to the General Election, this month's Employment Round-Up takes a look at the recently published party manifestos and the employment related issues these raise.
UK
11 May 2015
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Farewell to the Default Retirement Age (Part 2)
The Government has recently confirmed that the statutory default retirement age ("DRA") is to be abolished from 6 April 2011. However, as our last Legal Update pointed out, the wording of the draft regulations was very unclear.
UK
4 Mar 2011
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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 Equality Act
The much talked about and well publicised Equality Act (the "Act") is, for the main part, coming into force on 1 October this year.
UK
30 Sep 2010
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Interns: To Pay or Not to Pay? That is the Question ...
As the Summer vacation period draws to a close, a number of students will be knocking on the door of employers, looking for an internship: a chance to gain experience of working life before undertaking further study or committing to a full-time career.
UK
9 Sep 2010
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When Misconduct Arises, Think of the Consequences
The standard of investigation to be carried out by employers before dismissing an employee for misconduct has come under the spotlight again in a recent Court of Appeal case.
UK
29 Jul 2010
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Employment Legal Update (March 2010)
Employers have been grappling with difficult issues regarding sick pay and annual leave. There have been a number of recent cases on this at a European and national level.
European Union
1 Apr 2010
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Employment Legal Update
To what extent does an employee have a right, on human rights grounds, to be legally represented at an internal disciplinary or appeal hearing? The Court of Appeal had to deal with this thorny issue recently.
UK
1 Mar 2010
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