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

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

Raising the secrecy stakes: new sanctions for employee data theft

United Kingdom - June 15 2016 There have been a couple of cheering recent developments for employers whose staff walk out the door with confidential information. Traditional legal…

Use Your Discretion: what are employer's duties in making discretionary decisions?

United Kingdom - May 6 2016 Many of the decisions that an employer makes about its staff involve exercising discretion, to some extent or other. Obvious examples include making…

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