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Refusing to bake a cake supporting gay marriage - not discriminatory?

United Kingdom - October 12 2018 Safe to say, this week's landmark ruling by the Supreme Court in Lee v Ashers Bakery has been rather controversial. In short, the Supreme Court held…

James Regan.

The gender pay gap reporting deadline looms

United Kingdom - March 29 2018 The deadline for employers with 250 or more employees to comply with the Gender Pay Gap Regulations ("the Regulations") by submitting their gender…

Angharad Davies.

Unfair dismissal: can an employee's attitude to their wrongdoing impact on whether their dismissal was fair?

United Kingdom - March 23 2018 In the case of Reilly v Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council [2018] UKSC 16 the Supreme Court held that it was fair to dismiss a school head teacher…

The rise of the gig economy and worker status

United Kingdom - February 22 2017 In recent years we have seen the explosion of start-ups operating in the gig economy, such as Deliveroo and Uber. The gig economy is a way of…

James Crotty.

Breaking news on Brexit and the right to invoke Article 50

European Union, United Kingdom - November 3 2016 The High Court ruled this morning that the government cannot trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty without a vote in favour by Parliament. Theresa…