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Martin Chitty

Gowling WLG

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Discrimination arising from disability - what does an employer need to know?

Canada - June 4 2018 In City of York Council v Grosset, the Court of Appeal has explored the nature of discrimination arising from disability and how it fits with both...

Jane Fielding.

Uber drivers are "workers" but Deliveroo riders are not - what's the difference?

United Kingdom, Canada - November 15 2017 The Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) has found that Deliveroo riders are not 'workers' as there was a genuine substitution right that could be...

Connie Cliff.

Supreme Court declares employment tribunal fees unlawful - what does it mean for employers?

United Kingdom - July 27 2017 The Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that the introduction of tribunal fees in 2013 was unlawful and must be quashed on the basis the fees have...

Connie Cliff.

Whistleblowing - what is in the public interest?

United Kingdom, Canada - July 19 2017 We will be talking about the first Court of Appeal decision on what "in the public interest" means in deciding whether a person makes a disclosure...

Jane Fielding.

New rules and pitfalls for trade unions and industrial action

United Kingdom - March 23 2017 In this podcast, Martin Chitty and Jonathan Chamberlain discuss the new rules for trade unions and industrial action and what it will mean in practice...

Jonathan Chamberlain.