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Queen's Speech December 2019: employment aspects

European Union, United Kingdom - January 7 2020 An Employment Tribunal has held that workers come within the definition of employee for the purposes of TUPE. The case involved a cycle courier, Mr…

John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Monica R. Kurnatowska, Christine O'Brien, Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson

Employment Law Update London-December 2019

United Kingdom - December 10 2019 The three main political parties have now released their election manifestos ahead of the General Election on 12 December 2019. There is some common…

John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Monica R. Kurnatowska, Christine O'Brien, Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson

Religion and belief discrimination: dismissing employee who refused to sign a copyright agreement was not discriminatory

United Kingdom - November 12 2019 The Court of Appeal has dismissed an employee's appeal that she suffered indirect discrimination on grounds of a philosophical belief when she was…

John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Monica R. Kurnatowska, Christine O'Brien, Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson

Gender pay: new group launches #MeTooPay campaign

United Kingdom - November 12 2019 More than 100 UK businesswomen have launched a campaign to close the gender pay gap. Those involved include the broadcaster Clare Balding, the former…

John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Monica R. Kurnatowska, Christine O'Brien, Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson

Tribunal practice and procedure: a party cannot 'cherry-pick' which privileged documents to disclose

United Kingdom - November 12 2019 The EAT has confirmed that if a party chooses to waive privilege and disclose privileged documents which it considers support its case, it cannot…

John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Monica R. Kurnatowska, Christine O'Brien, Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Carl Richards, Kim Sartin, Julia Wilson