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Redundancy sickness absence and disability discrimination

United Kingdom - July 31 2017 In Charlesworth v. Dransfields Engineering Services Ltd the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld the Employment Tribunal's (ET) decision that...

Virginia K Allen, Michael Bronstein, Gilla Harris, Sarah Beeby, Ryan Carthew.

Do employees need to disclose intention to compete?

United Kingdom - July 31 2017 All employment contracts have an implied term ensuring that employees will serve their employer with good faith and fidelity. This implied term covers...

Virginia K Allen, Michael Bronstein, Gilla Harris, Sarah Beeby, Ryan Carthew.

Long-term loss of earnings and whistleblowing

United Kingdom - July 31 2017 In Small v. Shrewsbury and Telford Hospitals NHS Trust the Court of Appeal has held that where a claimant's employment has been terminated due to a...

Michael Bronstein, Gilla Harris, Sarah Beeby, Ryan Carthew.

The rights of EU citizens in the UK

United Kingdom, European Union - July 31 2017 The government has published a policy paper setting out its offer to EU citizens and their families in the UK. It expects the offer to also extend to...

Virginia K Allen, Michael Bronstein, Gilla Harris, Sarah Beeby, Ryan Carthew.

Non compete clauses and employees destined for greatness

United Kingdom - July 31 2017 The case of Egon Zehnder Ltd v. Mary Caroline Tillman is another useful reminder to ensure that restrictive covenants are fit for purpose and, whilst...

Virginia K Allen, Michael Bronstein, Gilla Harris, Sarah Beeby, Ryan Carthew.