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One for all: SRA regulation for staff

United Kingdom - November 29 2022 All those who work in law firms, not just lawyers, are liable to sanction by both their employer and the SRA for acts of misconduct… The SRA’s…

LLP partner exits: what you need to know

United Kingdom - November 9 2022 Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) partner exits should always be handled with care: not only to minimise the risk of legal disputes and liability…

Dealing with workplace investigations and employee suspensions

United Kingdom - October 4 2022 Whenever a company or organisation is carrying out an investigation, usually one of the first questions to consider is whether any of the employees…

Your employment rights if your Russia-related job is being cut

United Kingdom - April 21 2022 In recent weeks, we have all been witness to the significant consequences of Vladamir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine - on a human and business level…

LLP Partners - Secure in the Equity?

United Kingdom - March 1 2022 The default retirement age of 65 for employees is now only a distant memory, but mandatory retirement ages for LLP members remain common in…

Removing vaccination as a condition of employment

United Kingdom - February 3 2022 The regulations requiring front line health workers to be vaccinated against Covid-19 (Coronavirus) as a condition of employment were due to come…

Whistleblowing in the UK: In Summary

United Kingdom - January 31 2022 The EU, when considering what its own whistleblowing protection laws should look like, recognised that the UK already grants comprehensive protection…

Recent tribunal cases involving Covid-19

United Kingdom - January 25 2022 This case concerned an allegation of religion/belief discrimination. The claimant had refused to attend her place of work because she was afraid of…

Covid vaccination and the workplace - what you need to know

United Kingdom - January 24 2022 Stories regarding big employers such as Citibank in the US mandating vaccination as a condition of employment (“no jab, no job”), the experience of…

How HR should prepare for a workplace investigation

United Kingdom - December 20 2021 Investigations being conducted into workplace disputes have increased recently, possibly partly due to the rise in the number of sexual misconduct in…