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Vicarious liability: is the (Christmas) party over?

United Kingdom - December 9 2016 In Bellman v Northampton Recruitment Ltd [2016] EWHC 3104, the High Court had to decide whether a company was vicariously liable for injuries caused…

Immigration and the Byron incident: A taste of things to come?

United Kingdom - August 2 2016 In July, 35 members of staff at the Byron chain of restaurants were arrested for suspected immigration offences. It has been reported that the Home…

Rachel Jones, Ewen Macgregor.

Whistleblowing: why ignorance is not bliss

United Kingdom - July 29 2016 Following the Court of Appeal's decision in CLFIS (UK) Ltd v Reynolds [2015] IRLR 562, the thought processes and motivation of the decision-maker…

Employing illegal workers? You could lose your alcohol licence, even if you are not convicted

United Kingdom - April 20 2016 The High Court decision in East Lindsey District Council v Abu Hanif (t/a Zara's restaurant and takeaway) is a stark reminder that there can be…

Rachel Jones, Ewen Macgregor.

Whistleblowing: “In the public interest” - a tight squeeze?

United Kingdom - April 8 2016 In Morgan v Royal Mencap Society (UKEAT/0272/15), the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether a complaint about an employee's cramped…