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UK Supreme Court Gives New Holiday Pay Ruling

United Kingdom - July 25 2022 The Supreme Court has given its decision in Harper Trust v Brazel and confirmed that "part-year" workers are entitled to have their statutory leave…

Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Matthew Lewis, Janette Lucas, Annabel Mace, Ramez Moussa, Caroline Noblet, Andrew Stones, Alison E. Treliving, David Whincup

Investigations Are Becoming More Commonplace

Global, United Kingdom - August 25 2021 Recent global developments (Occupy Wall Street, #MeToo, Black Lives Matter and climate change activism) have given rise to increased demands in…

Grace Bennett, Jonathan Chibafa, Rob Elvin, Jane Saunders, Gareth Timms

Investigations: ESG and the Rise of Transparency Basic Tips for Conducting an Investigation

European Union, Global, United Kingdom - March 12 2021 The last few years have seen global developments (Occupy Wall Street, #metoo, Black Lives Matter and climate change activism) that have given rise…

Jonathan Chibafa, Rob Elvin, Jane Saunders

Vaccination status and changes to self-isolation rules: FAQs

United Kingdom - August 10 2021 With employer plans for more staff to return to the workplace coming into direct conflict with ongoing high infection rates, we have been receiving…

Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Matthew Lewis, Janette Lucas, Annabel Mace, Ramez Moussa, Caroline Noblet, Andrew Stones, Alison E. Treliving, David Whincup

UK Court of Appeal Gives Important Holiday Pay Ruling

European Union, United Kingdom - February 4 2022 In Smith v Pimlico Plumbers Limited, the Court of Appeal held that a worker who took regular unpaid leave during the course of his engagement (his…

Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Matthew Lewis, Janette Lucas, Annabel Mace, Ramez Moussa, Caroline Noblet, Andrew Stones, Alison E. Treliving, David Whincup