- Corporate Trust: How far can a Bond Trustee or a Security Trustee Rely on a Legal Opinion? The English Courts Have Given Helpful Guidance.
- ISDA Master Agreement Close-out Provisions: English Courts Highlight a Difference Between the 1992 and 2002 Versions
- Unified Patent Court Inching Closer to Realization
- Disciplinary Process: One-off Act or Ongoing Act in Discrimination Context?
- When Do Employers Have Constructive Knowledge of Disability?
- Increase in "Injury to Feelings" Awards in Discrimination Claims
- Employment Tribunal Claims Continue to Rise Following Abolition of Fees
- Effective Date of Termination for Unfair Dismissal Claim
- Changes to the Taxation of Termination Payments
- Raising Rates: Tribunal Compensation Limits and National Minimum Wage 2018
- Covert Surveillance at Work: A Breach of the Right to Privacy
- U.K. Government Responds to the Taylor Review
- Can a Discriminatory Demotion Justify an Employee's Refusal to Work?
- Discrimination Based on a Perceived Disability
- Data Protection: Was an Employer Liable for an Employee's Malicious Data Breach
- Suing Your Employee? Don't Try This at Home
- Where Does Discrimination Liability Lie Where the Decision-Maker Is Influenced by Others?
- Cherry-Picking When the ‘Without Prejudice' Principle Applies?
- European Court of Justice: Decision on Holiday Pay
- U.K. Government's Technical Note: A New Streamlined Process for All EU Applicants Post-Brexit?
- What Are the New Changes to the U.K. Immigration Rules? (December 2017)
- U.K./EU Joint Report on Brexit Negotiations: Immigration Aspects
- Uber Loses Appeal in Worker Status Case
- Employers Must Conduct Individualised Risk Assessments for Breastfeeding Mothers
- Whistleblowing: What if the Decision-Maker Was Not Aware of the Protected Disclosures?
- U.K. Modern Slavery Act Update
- Don't Rely on the Courts to Score at Arbitration
- Unfair Dismissal: Can a Disciplinary Investigation Be Too Thorough?
- Suspension of an Employee Was a Fundamental Breach of Contract
- European Court of Human Rights: Monitoring Employee Communications
- Privacy Progress Report: Key Findings From the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield's First Annual Review
- Are You Being Served? Better Follow the Hague Convention
- What's at Stake in the Latest Landmark EU International Data Privacy Case?
- Attention, Employers: ‘Call for Evidence' Provides Opportunity to Influence Post-Brexit Migration Policy
- TUPE and Share Sales
- Increase in "Injury to Feelings" Awards in Discrimination Claims
- Employment Tribunal Fees: Update
- European Court of Human Rights Sets New Boundaries on Monitoring Employees in the Workplace
- Latest Developments in Holiday Pay
- Is Culpability Relevant in a Conduct Dismissal?
- Protecting Business Interests: Don't Get Stung by an Overly Wide Non-Compete
- Post-Brexit European Citizens' Rights Are Up for Negotiation
- What MasterCard's Victory Means for the Future of U.K. Class Actions
- Whistleblower Protection: When Private Turns Public
- U.K. Supreme Court: Employment Tribunal Fees Are Unlawful
- The Good Work: The Taylor Review
- Expatriate Employees and the Territorial Jurisdiction of U.K. Employment Tribunals
- Departing Employees: No Need to Disclose an Intention to Compete
- Beware of Discrimination Pitfalls in Recruitment
- Enforcing Judgments in the U.K. and France After Brexit
- Assessing Fairness in Redundancy Dismissals
- Reasonableness Threshold for Dismissal for Some Other Substantial Reason
- Supreme Court Rules on Indirect Discrimination Test
- International Disputes Reform: Recent and Proposed Innovations in the U.K.
- Effective Date of Termination Notice Sent by Post
- What Constitutes a Service Provision Change Under TUPE?
- Determining Employment Status
- New ICC Arbitration Rules Expedite Procedures for Smaller Disputes
- In the "Gig Economy": When Is a Contractor Not a Contractor?
- Raising Rates: Tribunal Compensation Limits and National Minimum Wage 2017
- Exploring the Limits of Compliance With a Data Subject Access Request
- What Are the New Changes to the U.K. Immigration Rules?
- To Go Boldly Beyond the Arbitration Agreement
- Can Gross Negligence Constitute Gross Misconduct?
- Mobility Clause in Redundancy Situation
- Does Long-Term Stress Amount to a Disability?
- Latest "Gig Economy" Case: Courier Held to Be a Worker
- Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Are You Compliant?
- Can Expired Warnings Be Taken Into Account When Deciding Whether to Dismiss?
- Riding the Wave: England as a Hub for Soft Commodities Arbitration
- Assault Following Christmas Party – Was Employer Liable?
- Can Rest Breaks Be ‘Refused' Even If Not Requested?
- European Court of Justice: Can Temporary Incapacity of an Unknown Duration Constitute a Disability?
- Foreign Judgments: Solving the Mystery of International Recognition and Enforcement
- Uber Drivers Are Workers, Not Self-Employed Contractors
- Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants in Transactional Agreements
- Unfair Dismissal and Appropriateness of Final Written Warning
- Breaking Brexit News: High Court Decision Carries Potentially Historic Implications
- U.K. to Remain Top in Arbitration Despite Brexit
- Court of Appeal Decision in Lock: Holiday Pay Should Include Commission
- TUPE: Service Provision Change
- Discrimination: Sexual Orientation vs Religious Belief
- Was There a Service Provision Change?
- Disability Discrimination and Protection of Pay
- Can an Expatriate Employee Bring a Claim in the U.K.?
- Dress Policy and Religious Discrimination
- Does the ACAS Code Apply to SOSR Dismissals?
- Proposed Changes to the Taxation of Termination Payments
- Byron Burger Bitten? Employers Should Chew on Immigration Enforcement Possibilities
- Territorial Scope of U.K. Discrimination Legislation
- Subconscious Discrimination in the Workplace
- Constructive Dismissal and Managing Departures
- Reinstatement Following Dismissal
- Employment Status and Mutuality of Obligations
- Meaning of "Philosophical Belief" Under U.K. Discrimination Law
- Brexit: What to Expect and How to Prepare for the ‘New Normal'
- Right to Privacy in Disciplinary Proceedings
- Update on Holiday Pay: Commission and Overtime
- Fair Dismissal Where No Proof of Right to Work in U.K.
- U.K. Budget 2016: Key Employment-Related Measures
- New Tribunal Compensation Limits 2016
- Was an Employer Liable for Assault Committed by its Employee?
- Comparators in Age Discrimination
- Dismissal for Sharing Confidential Information Was Unfair
- Brexit: Implications for Your Business if the U.K. Leaves the European Union
- From Safe Harbor to Privacy Shield
- New Reporting Obligations Under the Modern Slavery Act 2015: Is Your Business Ready?
- Transfer to Multiple New Employers Can Amount to TUPE Transfer
- Monitoring of Employee Communications
- New Protection for Zero Hour Workers
- EU Update: Definition of "Redundancy" Extended for Purposes of Collective Redundancy
- Breach of Confidentiality Amounted to Gross Misconduct
- Duty to Make Reasonable Adjustments Can Apply to Attendance Management Policy
- U.S. Safe Harbor for Data Transfers Declared Invalid
- Consistency of Treatment Following Office Party Brawl
- Dismissal of Employee on Long-Term Sick Leave
- Integration Into a Group Company Can Trigger TUPE
- Data Subject Access Requests
- Companies Can Claim Discrimination
- Warning to HR Against Over Involvement in Disciplinary Investigations
- Employee on Long-Term Sick Leave Did Not Transfer Under TUPE
- Court of Appeal Rejects Challenge Against Employment Tribunal Fees
- ICSID Claim Against Austria Puts Bilateral Investment Treaties Under Spotlight
- Old Facebook Comments Justified Dismissal
- Court of Appeal Grants Anti-Suit Injunction
- Proposals to Simplify the Tax Treatments of Termination Payments
- Why Argentina's Petition to Vacate an Award in AWG Group Ltd v. Republic of Argentina Matters for Future Arbitrations
- Holiday Pay Claims: Latest Developments
- Collective Redundancy Consultation
- "Irreconcilable Clash" of Jurisdictions
- EC's Infringement Proceedings for Intra-EU BITs Cause Uncertainty for Investors
- No UK Employment Rights for Internationally Mobile Employee
- Employee, Worker or Self-Employed?
- TUPE: Service Provision Change
- Stress at Work: An Employer's Liability?
- Collective Redundancy: European Judgment on Meaning of "Establishment"
- Dismissal for "Some Other Substantial Reason"
- Service Provision Change under TUPE: Meaning of "Client"
- U.K. Employment Tribunal Confirms That Holiday Pay Should Include Commission
- New Tribunal Compensation Limits 2015
- TUPE: Single Employee Constituted an Organised Grouping of Employees
- Variation Clause Could Not Be Relied on to Make Unilateral Changes
- Sending Pornographic Images was Gross Misconduct Even Though Not Discovered For Several Years
- Collective Redundancy: Meaning of "Establishment"
- Unpaid Company Director-Shareholder was an Employee
- Constructive Dismissal Claim Was Barred
- Successful Appeal Against Dismissal Automatically Revives Employment Contract
- Employee Based in Australia Covered by UK Employment Rights
- New Rules Extend EU Jurisdiction in Employment Contract Disputes
- Contract Variations: Implied Acceptance?
- Offensive Twitter Comments and Unfair Dismissal
- Consideration for Restrictive Covenants
- Non-Guaranteed Overtime to be Included in Holiday Pay
- Hot off the Press: UK Holiday Pay - All Change?
- Disciplinary Proceedings and the Duty of Care
- Employee's Fundamental Breach Was No Bar to Constructive Dismissal Claim
- ICO Issues Warning over Misuse of Personal Data
- TUPE: Service Provision Change
- Acas Early Conciliation Statistics
- US Citizen Could Not Bring Claims in the UK
- Illegal Worker Could Bring Discrimination Claim
- Court Was Wrong to Re-Write Covenants
- Employee Resignation in Breach of Contract
- Is Obesity a Disability?
- HR Letter Had Contractual Effect
- All Change for Holiday Pay?
- Additional Movement for EB-2 India Released in Department of State's August 2014 Visa Bulletin
- Resignation and Constructive Dismissal
- Employed vs Self Employed Status
- Changes to Flexible Working
- Constructive Dismissal and Post-Resignation Conduct
- Failure to Provide Information under TUPE
- Damages for Breach of a 12-Month Non-Compete Covenant
- Changes to UK Competition Law Result in New Penalties
- Statutory Sick Pay Can No Longer Be Reclaimed
- High Court Redrafts Covenant To Make It Enforceable
- New Tribunal Compensation Limits
- UK Warning: Extensions for Tier 1 General Visa Holders Will Close on 6 April 2015
- Have Redundancy Payments Become Contractual?
- Significant Drop in Tribunal Claims
- Mandatory Settlement Discussions
- Changes to Dutch Work Permits for Highly Skilled Migrants
- Important Changes to TUPE
- Dismissals for Failure to Accept New Terms Were Automatically Unfair
- Employer Could Not Rely on Summary Dismissal Clause
- UK Home Office Announces Changes on Visa Applications
- Employment Status of Agency Workers
- Scope of "Without Prejudice" Privilege Extended
- High Court Upholds Restrictive Covenants
- Keeping Russian Investments Secure in Cyprus
- UK Electronic Visa Waiver Introduced for Oman, Qatar and UAE
- Long-Term Sickness Dismissals
- Right to be Accompanied at Disciplinary and Grievance Hearings
- Refusing Double Room to Same Sex Couple was Discriminatory
- High Court Enforces 12 Month Garden Leave Period
- Dismissals by Administrator of Insolvent Business were Not Automatically Unfair
- Clawback Clause was Enforceable
- Stopping Permanent Health Insurance Benefits at Age 55 was Discriminatory
- Resignations with Immediate Effect
- Failure to Pay for Private Medical Treatment Amounted to Disability Discrimination
- Holiday Payments on Termination Must Reflect Normal Pay
- Failure to Follow Grievance Process Can Amount to a Fundamental Breach of Contract
- Compensation for Breach of Data Protection Legislation
- Dismissal or No Dismissal?
- Exchange of Correspondence Amounted to Binding Agreement
- Redundancy Payments Through Custom and Practice
- Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) Overview
- New EU Regulation Provides Clarity Around Maximum Times Allowed in Schengen Area
- Travel Alert: CBP Announces Expansion of Global Entry Program
- EU Blue Card Gets Green Light in Sweden
- Number of Establishments Irrelevant in Collective Redundancies?
- Changes to Whistleblowing Laws
- Employees Can Pursue Old or New Employer for TUPE Compensation
- UK Home Office Announces Pilot Service for Return of Passports Whilst Applications Pending (Tier 2 ICT Only)
- New Employment Tribunal Fees from 29 July 2013
- Israel: Continued Efforts to Strengthen Its Border and Immigration Policies
- Compulsory Retirement Age of 65 was Justified
- Covert Surveillance Is Not Always Unfair
- Croatia Set to Join EU on 1 July 2013 But Will UK Make It Easy?
- Court of Appeal Interprets Confidentiality Agreement
- Dismissal was Fair Despite Failure to Comply with ACAS Code
- Post-Employment Victimisation Update
- Award of Seven Weeks' Pay for Minor Breach of Obligation to Inform and Consult Held to be Excessive
- HMRC Investigating 100 Firms For Using Unpaid Interns
- TUPE and Making a Business More Attractive
- Knowledge of Disability
- The Italian Job: Italy's Answer to the Green Card - the EU Blue Card
- The Fighting Irish – Significant Immigration Changes Introduced
- The Limits Of Dismissals For ‘Some Other Substantial Reason'
- A Qualification Requirement Can Be Age Discriminatory
- No Remedy For Post-Employment Victimisation
- UK to adopt U.S. Style Contingency Fees
- The UK Border Agency Announce Changes to Minimum Salary Thresholds, Standard Occupation Codes and Resident Labour Market Requirements
- Collective Redundancy and TUPE Consultation: Failure to Provide Agency Worker Information
- Religious Discrimination
- Important Employment Law Reforms
- Heavy Increase in UK Border Agency Inspections on Employers with Sponsor Licences
- Redundancy, Conduct or Capability?
- Redundancy Following Maternity Leave
- Payments in Lieu of Notice
- UK Supreme Court Rejects Accountants' Claim to Privilege
- Employer Liable to Pay Employee's Legal Fees for Criminal Conduct
- Employer Entitled to Withdraw Conditional Benefit on Breach of Condition
- New Employment Tribunal Compensation Limits from 1 February 2013
- Discrimination Due To Political Opinion
- Demotion Amounted to Dismissal in Facebook Case
- TUPE – No Service Provision Change Where Client Changes
- Post-Termination Restrictions in Unsigned Contracts Can Still Bind Employees
- Reasonableness of Restrictive Covenants Must Be Judged at the Time They Are Entered Into
- New Type of Employment Contract
- Landmark Decision for UK Financial Services Sector
- Further UK Employment Law Reform
- Annual Employment Tribunal Statistics 2011/12
- Harmonising Employment Terms Following a TUPE Transfer
- Can an Employer's Subsequent Actions Prevent a Breach of Trust and Confidence?
- Enforceability of Non-Solicitation Restrictive Covenants
- Senior Employees Do Not Necessarily Transfer under TUPE
- Sony Ericsson Case to Be Heard in Russia Despite LCIA Arbitration Clause
- Employment Tribunal Fees
- Redundancy Even Where No Reduction in Headcount
- Breakdown in Trust and Confidence Will Not Always Justify Dismissal
- Sickness and Annual Leave
- Can Subjective Criteria Be Used in a Redundancy Selection Process?
- Further UK Employment Reforms
- Justifying Direct Age Discrimination
- TUPE Pension Liabilities
- Holiday Pay for Long Term Sick Employees
- Can Cost Alone Justify Discrimination?
- Employment Law Changes From 6 April 2012
- Always Put Your Opponent On Notice Of Costs Applications
- Beware of Relocations Under TUPE
- Redundancy Selection Pool of One
- How to Assess Suitable Alternative Roles
- New Qualifying Period for Unfair Dismissal
- Get Advice on Restrictive Covenants
- Unfair Dismissal Protection for Employees Outside UK
- Faegre Baker Daniels Scores Comprehensive Victory in High Court Restrictive Covenant Case
- Messy Situation for Cleaners: FT Q&A
- Conflict Of Interests During Job Search
- The Supply of Goods Exclusion under TUPE
- Former Editor Must Pay His Own Legal Fees
- The Rise of the Retail Insolvency
- New Compensation Limits From 1 February 2012
- Pre-Transfer Dismissal Unfair Even Though No Buyer Identified
- Damages For Manner Of Dismissal?
- The Growth of Bankruptcy Tourism in the United Kingdom
- Impact of the Christmas Quarter Rent Day
on UK Retail
- When Should Compensation be Grossed Up?
- Employees on Sick Leave Must Request Holiday
- Radical Reforms to UK Employment Law
- More Restrictions on Tier 2?
- gTLDs and the Expansion of the Internet – Considerations for Brand Owners
- Recruitment Leak Could Have Painful Consequences: FT Q&A
- Notice or No Notice?
- Changing Terms Following a TUPE Transfer
- Important Changes to UK Employment Law
- Dangers of Exporting Data: FT Q&A
- Restructuring the UK Retail Industry
- Varying Terms and Conditions of Employment
- Expatriate Employees Can Still Claim Unfair Dismissal
- Summary Dismissal Trumps Dismissal On Notice
- Is Illegality Enough to Prevent An Unfair Dismissal Claim?
- The Importance of Directors' Fiduciary Duties
- Guidance on TUPE Service Provision Changes
- Employee or Not Employee, That is The Question
- Employee Rights after Liquidation: FT Q&A
- UK Riots Mean Retailers Should Review Their Insurance
- The Riots - A Time to Think about Insurance
- Guidance on Changes to Terms and Conditions of Employment
- 18 Months to Take Annual Leave for those on Long Term Sick Leave?
- Where a Contract is Silent, Remuneration for Ad Hoc Overtime should be Reasonable
- How to Claim Debt Before Club is Insolvent?: Financial Times Q&A
- The Bribery Act: What Retailers Need to Know
- English Law, Global Risks
- ‘Broadly Comparable' Normal Pay for Workers is Insufficient for Holiday Pay
- Cost Alone May Justify Discrimination
- Buyers in Pre Pack are Responsible for Liabilities Arising Post TUPE Transfer
- Improving the Delivery of Healthcare
- Career Long Loss Awards Inappropriate if Claimant Likely To Find Equivalent Employment
- Taking AIM 2011 - Key Findings
- Employee Can Bring Claim Out of Time if "Reasonably Ignorant" of Time Limits
- Employers Must Inform Employees of Conditions for Valid Request to Work Beyond Retirement
- Drafting Contracts to Weather Middle East Turmoil
- Making a Success of NHS IT
- I Didn't Know About Debtors: FT Q&A
- Would Your Company be Ready For an Evacuation?
- Ideal Skillset for a Non-Executive: FT Q&A
- Notice Period Runs From the Day After Notice is Given
- TUPE Dismissals Can Be Automatically Unfair Even Before a Transferee Has Been Identified
- Pregnant Employees Must Be Treated Favourably... But Not Too Favourably
- The Bribery Act: What You Need to Know
- The Scope of "Reasonable Adjustments" Does Not Extend to Offering Ill-Health Retirement
- Reason for Dismissal – Conduct and "SOSR"
- Important Change to Taxation of Termination Payments
- Bribery Act 2010 – Guidance Published
- The Conditions are Right for a Litigation Surge
- Companies Stuck in the Middle East Mayhem Must Act Swiftly
- Clarification on the Application of TUPE to Administrations
- Reasonable Settlement Offers Should be Considered
- Abolition of the Default Retirement Age
- Details of New Tier 2 System Announced
- The U.K. Bribery Act 2010: An Introduction
- The Supreme Court's Personal Jurisdiction Reckoning
- U.S. Visa Requirements for Staffing U.S. Projects
- Increases to Maximum Compensatory Award and Weekly Pay Caps
- BBC Presenter Wins Age Discrimination Claim
- Employers Must Consider Duty to Make Reasonable Adjustments for Disabled Employees
- Tribunals Should Not Substitute Own View for that of Employer in Unfair Dismissal Claims
- Outsourcing Sans Tears
- The Royal Wedding: a Bank Holiday for All?
- No Bonus for Employee who was Paid in Lieu of Notice
- How Far Does the Territorial Jurisdiction of the Employment Tribunal Extend?
- New UK Immigration Restrictions Announced
- Serial Litigants Face Liability for Costs When Bringing Spurious Claims
- When Does the Obligation to Consult in a Collective Redundancy Situation Arise?
- Can an Employer Rely on Costs Alone When Justifying Discrimination?
- How Far Must an Employer go to make ‘Reasonable Adjustments' to avoid a Disability Discrimination Claim?
- Summer Holidays Amount to a Temporary Cessation of Employment
- A Temporary Cessation of Activity Does Not Prevent a Transfer of an Undertaking
- Employment Tribunal Statistics Show Significant Increase in Number of Claims
- Obligation to Consult Under TUPE Triggered Even by Minor Administrative Changes
- The Equality Act 2010 is Here At Last
- The End of Salary Sacrifice Schemes?
- Equal Pay Claims: Guidance on How to Compare Employees
- Trends in Settlement
- The Legal and Financial Aspects of Insolvency
- Cap on Redundancy Pay not Unlawful Age Discrimination
- Exceptions to the Without Prejudice Rule should not Discourage Settlement Negotiations
- Absolving an Employee of their Duty to Work does not Constitute a Variation of the Effective Date of Termination
- UKBA Set Back on What is Law
- Restricting Points-Based Migration
- Corporate Governance Code
- UK Tax Changes Affecting Real Estate and Construction
- Inability to Appeal in Grievance Procedure did not Render Dismissal Unfair
- Twelve Month Post-Termination Non-Solicitation Restriction Too Long to be Enforceable
- Unrestricted Damages Awarded in Wrongful Dismissal Case
- A Review of the Taking AIM Survey 2010
- Termination of Employment on Date Exercise of PILON is Communicated
- No Service Provision Change Where No Employees or Work in Progress Transferred
- Worker Entitled to Holiday Pay in Respect of Long Term Sickness Absence
- Similar Incidents May be Taken into Account in Gross Misconduct Dismissals
- How to Avoid Illegal Workers and Penalties
- Taking AIM - Annual Survey 2010
- The Cost of Planning Permission – The Community Infrastructure Levy Regulations 2010
- UK Immigration Update
- Annual Leave Coinciding With Sickness Absence Can be Taken in the Following Leave Year
- Courts Will Not Insert Implied Term That Eligibility Depends on Continued Employment at Payment Date to Receive Bonus
- Right of Employer to Unilaterally Vary Employees' Contracts
- Return of the IPO
- Constructive Dismissal Claim Cannot be Brought if Employee in Breach of Implied Duty of Trust and Confidence
- No Discrimination Claim Where Applicant Did Not Genuinely Want Job
- Transferee Employer Only Bound by Collective Agreements in Place on Date of TUPE Transfer
- The Meaning of "Affected Employees" Under TUPE
- Compensation Limit Falls but Other Statutory Payments Rise in 2010
- Employer's Obligation to Carry Out Risk Assessment for Pregnant Workers
- UK Immigration Update
- Working Time Regulations Cannot be Used to Limit Enhanced Contractual Right
- Protective Award for Failure to Inform and Consult
- Right to Request Time Off for Training
- Purchases "Off-Plan": Negligence Time Bomb?
- Employer Liable for Stigma Loss
- Age Discriminatory Pay Protection Arrangements Always Potentially Justifiable
- Mistaken Belief and Employer Obligation to Consult Under TUPE
- UK Immigration Update
- Liquidity: The Small Cap's Holy Grail
- Injury to Feelings Compensation Increased in Line With Inflation
- Tribunal Should Not Substitute its Own View for That of the Employer
- Retirement Age of 65 is Lawful
- Annual Leave May be Deferred in Cases of Sick Leave
- ‘Material Detriment' under TUPE
- ‘Contemplating' Collective Redundancies
- Farming: One Part of the Climate Change Conundrum
- UK Drops VAT Payments on Carbon Credits
- UK Immigration Update
- Employers Should Reserve Position in Connection with Suspected Misconduct
- No Investigation Required Once Misconduct Admitted
- Employer Discretion on Selection Pool for Redundancy
- A Big Loss for Foxtons, a Big Win for Consumers - The Office of Fair Trading v Foxtons Limited
- UK Border Agency Issues Guidance on Technical Changes of Employment
- New Ethics Code
- Review of the Default Retirement Age will be Brought Forward to 2010
- Claim for Unfair Dismissal Could Proceed If Presented Within Reasonable Time of Changed Belief
- Service Provision Change is a Question of Fact
- Redundancy Pay Limit to Rise to £380 on 1 October
- Right to Legal Representation at Internal Hearings
- Holiday Pay Can Be Accrued While on Sickness Absence
- Climate Change For Corporate Governance
- AIM Bulletin Insight (June 2009)
- The Right Target Market
- Confusing Wrongful Dismissal and Unfair Dismissal
- Further Information Received Permitted Extension of Time
- Opinion of the Advocate General – Collective Redundancy Consultation
- Corporate Governance Under Review
- AIM Bulletin Insight (May 2009)
- UK Real Estate Budget News
- Date of Effective Termination Was the Date Pay was Stopped
- Failure to Pay Tribunal Awards Could Result in Employers being "Named and Shamed"
- Can Controlling Shareholders Be Employees?
- Get Ready for the "Carbon Reduction Commitment"
- Taking AIM - Annual Survey 2009
- Round 2: Victory for Consumers - The Office of Fair Trading v Foxtons Limited
- AIM Bulletin Insight (April 2009)
- Prepare to Catch the Next AIM Wave
- As English Motorcycle Trademark Infringement Case Illustrates, Honesty Is the Best Policy
- Regulation of Air Conditioning Systems: Considerations to Ensure Compliance
- Bringing Employees to Work in the United Kingdom: Becoming a Sponsor
- Tips for Small Businesses: Avoiding Risks Associated With Working From Home
- Increases to Statutory Sick Pay and Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Pay in April 2009
- Enforcing Restrictive Covenants
- UK Immigration Update
- AIM Bulletin Insight (March 2009)
- UK Proposals Could Mean Easier Planning Permissions
- Taking AIM 2009 - Executive Summary
- Value of Combined Heat And Power (CHP) Systems
- Extension of Right to Request Flexible Working Hours
- Acting Promptly When Following Statutory Dismissal and Disciplinary Procedures
- Statutory Dismissal Procedures and Automatic Unfair Dismissal
- Disability Discrimination – Which Comparator Applies?
- AIM Bulletin Insight (February 2009)
- Racial Discrimination – Failure to Consider Applications from Non-EEA Nationals
- Joining AIM – a Quote in London - the lawyer's perspective
- Changes to the Visa Waiver Program and Implementation of the Electronic System for Travel Authorization
- Employment Act 2008: Repeal of Statutory Dispute Resolution Procedures – Commencement Date and Transitional Provisions
- Long-Term Sick Leave and Entitlement to Holiday Pay
- TUPE: No Post-Transfer Duty to Consult for Transferee Employers
- AIM Bulletin Insight (January 2009)
- The Death Knell Sounds for Public Quotations - Or Does It?
- TUPE—Employer's Duty to Inform and Consult
- ECJ Decision—Compensation for Termination of Employment Due to Detrimental Change in Working Conditions
- New Acas Code on Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures
- Dismissal Effective Once Dismissal Letter Read
- Business Transfers and Migrant Worker Sponsorship
- UK Sponsorship System—October Developments
- Need for Investigation Limited on Admission of an Employee's Own Wrongdoing
- Credit for Length of Service in a Redundancy Selection Policy—Potential Exemption From the General Prohibition on Age Discrimination
- A Company in Liquidation Can Be an Associated Employer
- Protecting Children's Personal Data: A Response to the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party's Working Document
- Warranties in Compromise Agreements
- Advocate General's Opinion in Heyday—Compulsory Retirement Age Can Be Justified
- Agreement to Vary Holiday Dates Effective
- UK Immigration Update
- Simpler, Cheaper, Quicker – New AAA guidelines for International Arbitrations
- Protecting Business Interests on Exports to the United States
- Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants
- Ongoing Liability for Equal Pay Breach
- Effective Date of Termination of Employment
- UK Immigration Sponsorship System Continues to Evolve
- Distinction Removed between Ordinary and Additional Maternity Leave
- Informal Grievance was a Valid Statutory Grievance
- Age Discrimination: Dismissal on Day Before 65th Birthday
- Assessing the Reasonableness of Restrictive Covenants
- Objection to Transfer Under TUPE Ineffective
- European Court of Justice Issues an Opinion on the Use of a Competitor's Trademark in Comparative Advertising
- Do Mediate, but Don't Exaggerate
- ACAS Publishes Consultation on Draft Code of Practice on Discipline and Grievance
- Time Extension for Unfair Dismissal Claims
- Will Your Exclusion Clause Satisfy the Reasonableness Test?
- Time for Challenging an Arbitration Award
- Now, which of you really sold my house?
- Stress In The Workplace
- What Amounts to a Redundancy Dismissal?
- Unfair Dismissal And Jurisdiction
- Taking AIM - Annual Survey 2008
- LNG Projects: All in Agreement
- Which Way Now?
- Tribunal Claims – Fast-track System
- Re-engagement Orders
- RFID Update
- UK Immigration Changes: Penalty Dilemmas for Employers
- Employment Relationship between Agency Worker and End-User?
- Taking into Account Expired Disciplinary Warnings
- Right to UK Holiday Pay for Overseas Employees
- TUPE Can Apply to Transfers Outside the United Kingdom
- Timing of Duty to Consult in a Collective Redundancy Situation
- Increase in Compensation Limits for 2008
- All Change: The New UK Business Immigration System
- No Additional Rights Created on a TUPE Transfer
- Obligation to Consult Applies to Voluntary Dismissals in a Collective Redundancy Situation
- Time Limit for Accepting an Alternative Position
- Choosing the Right Form of International Arbitration in London
- European Concerns Over RFID Technology
- Taking AIM - Annual Survey 2007
- Taking AIM - Executive Summary 2007
- Taking AIM - Steps to Flotation
- Restructuring Failing IT Projects
- IT and its (Often Detrimental) Effect on Value
- Freedom of Movement
- Product Liability: The Adequacy of Warning Labels
- Comparing Leases in the U.S. and U.K.