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Capital Law LTD | United Kingdom | 21 Sep 2022

Football is a way of life… or is it?

The Employment Tribunal has recently decided that passionate support for a football club - in this case one of the Glasgow Old Firm giants, Rangers…
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 24 Aug 2022

What does long covid-19 mean for employers?

As a recent tribunal case concluded that long-term covid-19 symptoms can be considered a disability under the Equality Act 2010, research has indicated that the condition is significantly impacting almost 3% of the population. This article explores what this means for employers.
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Capital Law LTD | United Kingdom | 8 Aug 2022

Beware of workplace banter

According to research by GQ|Littler, Employment Tribunals are experiencing a 45% increase in claims relating to workplace banter. Here, Nina Holmes…
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 13 Jul 2022

Maya Forstater wins gender critical belief claim

The Equality Act provides that it is unlawful to discriminate against someone because of a protected characteristic. "Religion or belief" is one of the nine specified protected characteristics. "Gender reassignment" and "sex" are also protected characteristics. The Forstater case has become the most prominent case on the potential conflict between "gender-critical beliefs" and the rights of......
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | United Kingdom | 6 Jul 2022

Forstater v CGD Europe & Others: Maya Forstater succeeds in Employment Tribunal

Judgment has been received in one of the most important Employment Tribunal claims of recent years: Doyle Clayton client Maya Forstater has succeeded…
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 6 Jul 2022

When is collective bargaining exhausted and a direct offer of new employment terms allowed? EAT confirms an objective test

In the first reported application of the Supreme Court's landmark Kostal decision, the Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that an employer could not unilaterally declare that its negotiations with its recognised trade union had finished. This case highlights the greater scope for ambiguity where collective agreements do not contain detailed negotiating procedures or dispute resolution......
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Capital Law LTD | United Kingdom | 27 Jun 2022

Long COVID can amount to a disability under the Equality Act

For over two years now COVID-19 has been at the forefront of our lives with over 22.6 million people in the UK receiving positive tests. The ongoing…
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Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 26 May 2022

Missing in menopause

In the meantime, Employment Tribunal records reveal that the number of cases per year alleging menopause-related discrimination reached an all-time…
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Doyle Clayton Solicitors | United Kingdom | 24 May 2022

Calling a man ‘bald’ is sex harassment, employment tribunal rules

An Employment Tribunal has ruled that a man who was called a ‘bald ****' by a colleague during a confrontation had been subjected to harassment…
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Morton Fraser | United Kingdom | 21 Apr 2022

Injury to feelings awards increase for discrimination claims

With the latest increases to the Vento bands coming into force in April, David Hossack and Fiona Meek discuss how an Employment Tribunal approaches…
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