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Limitation on claims in UK by employees working overseas

United Kingdom - June 5 2013 The EAT has held that a Tribunal wrongly approached the issue of whether an employee who was employed by a UK company, but who lived and worked in…

Paul Harrison.

Verbal commitment to €400m bonus pool was legally binding

United Kingdom - June 5 2013 The Court of Appeal has confirmed that a verbal announcement of a guaranteed €400m bonus pool was legally binding. The Court also held that even…

Paul Harrison.

When are employees "affected employees" for the purposes of TUPE consultation?

United Kingdom - June 5 2013 The EAT has concluded that employees working in part of an undertaking that did not transfer were not "affected employees" for the purposes of an…

Paul Harrison.

"Red tape challenge" cuts through the Equality Act 2010

United Kingdom - June 1 2012 As part of its "Red Tape Challenge", the government has recently set out a number of proposals which, if implemented, will make significant changes to the Equality Act 2010.

Paul Harrison.

Collective redundancy consultation: when, who and what?

United Kingdom - June 5 2013 The EAT has given guidance on various issues relating to collective redundancy consultation. It has emphasised that where an employer elects to…

Paul Harrison.