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UK: changes to employment law in force 6 April 2014 *

United Kingdom - April 11 2014
Employers should bear in mind the following changes which apply from 6 April 2014 (click on the links for summaries of the changes in previous…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver.


UK: TUPE/collective redundancies: calculation of protective award for breach of consultation duties *

United Kingdom - April 11 2014
A recent EAT ruling has clarified that a tribunal should start with the maximum potential award of 90 days' pay per affected employee for breach of…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver.


UK: surrogacy: no EU right to paid leave for commissioning mother *

United Kingdom - April 11 2014
For the time being, employers are not required to provide paid leave rights to mothers who have a child using a surrogate, in contrast with those who…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver.


UK: Tribunal fees: judicial review application; recoupment of fees from losing employer *

United Kingdom - March 10 2014
Unison's challenge to the introduction of tribunal fees has been dismissed by the High Court, in large part because it was brought too early before…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver.


UK: Discrimination – Equality Act does prohibit post-employment victimisation *

United Kingdom - March 10 2014
Following two conflicting EAT decisions last year (see here), the Court of Appeal has now ruled that the Equality Act should be read as prohibiting…

Co-authors: Peter Frost, Jemima Coleman, Anna Henderson, Tim Leaver.


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