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Modern Slavery Act - There may be trouble ahead: second interim report into transparency in supply chains

United Kingdom - March 7 2019 Having blazed a trail in 2015 enacting the Modern Slavery Act (MSA), the Government remains focused on perfecting the legislation and its proper...

Elizabeth Lang, Simon Shooter.


UK Employment Law case updates - October 2018

United Kingdom - October 11 2018 The first-tier tax tribunal has held that a large group of professional football referees should be classified as self-employed for tax purposes...

Sam Rayner, Elizabeth Lang, James Froud.


UK Employment Law case updates - September 2018

United Kingdom - October 2 2018 The EAT has clarified that whether a claimant's "protected act" (such as a complaint of discrimination under the Equality Act 2010) is made in bad...

Sam Rayner, Elizabeth Lang, James Froud.


No additional payments for sleeping care-workers

United Kingdom - August 30 2018 Individuals who are contractually obliged to perform sleep-in shifts at or near their place of work are only entitled to the national minimumliving...

Sam Rayner, James Froud.


Philosophical beliefs do not extend to the sanctity of copyright

United Kingdom - August 30 2018 An individual did not genuinely believe in the sanctity of copyright so it could not amount to a protected philosophical belief under UK...

Sam Rayner, James Froud.