Cerys Williams

King & Wood Mallesons


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The discretionary disappearing trick: when bonus clauses are not what they seem

United Kingdom - November 8 2016 Bonus discretion, or the lack of it, has been under judicial scrutiny again this month in the Court of Appeal decision of Brogden v Investec. The case…

Carl Richards

How much of a claim must have been first conciliated?

United Kingdom - October 11 2016 The introduction of early conciliation mean that employees can only bring a claim if they have first undertaken early conciliation through ACAS…

Gender pay gap reporting: Are you ready?

United Kingdom - September 14 2016 Gender Pay Gap reporting has been a very long time in gestation. It was first provided for in the Equality Act 2010 but despite this six year lead…

Carl Richards

Employment law, Immigration and Brexit: how much more do we know?

European Union, United Kingdom - August 11 2016 We reported last month on implications for employers in the immediate aftermath of the Brexit referendum result. Much uncertainty remains over how…

Carl Richards

Brexit: Will we see Devolution of Employment Law?

European Union, United Kingdom - July 13 2016 In the Post-referendum political maelstrom, old certainties seem less reliable and everything is up for negotiation. There has been much talk about…

Carl Richards