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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 17 Jan 2013

The professional duties of financial advisers

I shall deal with only one category of financial adviser and will not attempt to deal with the myriad of individuals that may fall within the title

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 4 Jan 2013

‘Elective’ theory triumphs in the Supreme Court

By a majority of 4 to1, in Societe Generale, London Branch v Geys the Supreme Court confirms that an employment contract, like any other contract, only

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 28 Dec 2012

When is it safe to rely on SOSR as a reason for dismissal? Is it safe to rely on SOSR when dismissing an employee who you have lost trust and confidence in?

Richard Hignett considers the use of 'Some Other Substantial Reason' in dismissal cases Dismissal for 'Some Other Substantial Reason' is widely seen as an

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 28 Dec 2012

Restrictive covenants and promotions

In Patsystems v Neilly 2012 IRLR 979 the High Court rules that a statement in a letter to the effect that “I agree to the variation of my termswhich are

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 28 Dec 2012

The Agency Worker Regulations 2010: does service count?

The Agency Worker Regulations 2010 (‘the Regulations’) came into force on 1 October 2011 and complaints arising from those Regulations are beginning to

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 28 Dec 2012

Is the UK government “the most family-friendly government in the world”?

This is the title that the Government is striving to achieve according to its Response to the Consultation on Modern Workplaces, released on 13 November

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 28 Dec 2012

An uncommon yet continuing issue... compliance with the now repealed requirements of schedule 2 of the Employment Act 2002

The provisions of schedule 2 of the Employment Act 2002 are unlikely to be at the fore of many readers' minds but there do remain a handful of cases in

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 28 Dec 2012

Should parties be allowed to choose the faith of their arbitrators?

When the parties in Jivraj v Hashwani 2010 EWCA Civ 712 included an arbitration clause in their joint venture agreement, it’s safe to say that neither

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 28 Dec 2012

The domestic worker exemption in the National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999

There has recently been a charity-backed challenge to the domestic worker exemption contained in regulation 2(2) of the National Minimum Wage Regulations

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No 5 Chambers | United Kingdom | 28 Dec 2012

The EAT makes some observations about Article 6

Richard Adkinson considers the issue of dismissals and Article 6 which has recently been considered in the case of Ministry of Justice v Parry

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