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Watch this space - collective dismissals and maternity rights

European Union - September 25 2017 Under the Pregnant Workers Directive, governments are required to take steps to prevent pregnant workers and those on maternity leave from being…

Don't sweat the small stuff - EC certificate valid despite naming two respondents

United Kingdom - September 25 2017 Mr De Mota was an LGV driver. He claimed to be employed by ADR Network (a trading name of PPF Group Limited) and assigned to work for another company…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.

Don’t look now - European Court decides monitoring employee's email account did breach privacy right

European Union, United Kingdom - September 11 2017 The claimant in Barbulescu v Romania worked for a private company in Romania as a sales engineer. At his employer's request, he set up a Yahoo…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.

Extra protection - dismissal of employee with PHI benefits was unfair and discrimination arising from a disability

United Kingdom - September 11 2017 The claimant in ICTS (UK) Limited v Visram had a right under his contract of employment to the benefits of a long-term disability benefits (LTDB) plan…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.

When I'm 65 - cap on redundancy payment did not prevent "windfalls"

United Kingdom - July 10 2017 BAE operated an enhanced redundancy scheme under which employees could receive up to 78 weeks' pay. However, an employee could not receive more in…

Ed Bowyer, Stefan Martin.