The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has recently considered the correct approach to take when dealing with a dismissal resulting from the cumulative effect of a number of separate incidents.
The Advocate General has issued his opinion in the case of USDAW v Ethel Austin Ltd (in administration) and another, commonly known as the ‘Woolworths case’ (Case C-80/14), and other related cases.
Oliver Gravell writes on a recent case regarding the ex-wife of a millionaire racehorse surgeon who has been told by a judge to “get a job”.
As a result of research on the number of drivers who are potentially driving with controlled drugs in their system a new offence of driving or being in charge of a motor vehicle with an excess concentration of certain controlled drugs comes into force on 2 March 2015.
Matthew Atkins discusses passing off and trade marks
Farmers and landowners rely on the availability of Agricultural Property Relief (APR) and Business Property Relief (BPR) to exempt significant value of their estate from a charge to inheritance tax (IHT) on death.
If you are looking to get onto the housing ladder, or are a developer of new homes, then who will you vote for?
The Advocate General has today issued his opinion in the case of USDAW v Ethel Austin Ltd
The three main political parties have already given an indication of their proposed changes to employment law should they win this year's election
A claim is currently before the courts which has been brought by the former partner of a millionaire property tycoon based on a premise that the tycoon misled her in relation to her financial assets.
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Guidance aimed at GPs, employers and employees has been published by the Department for Work and Pensions on the new Fit for Work service
The High Court has dismissed Unison’s most recent challenge to the Government’s decision to introduce fees for a claim to be issued and heard in the employment tribunal.
In a recent decision the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has confirmed that an employer was not under a duty to make reasonable adjustments in respect of a disabled employee who was not well enough to return to work.
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