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Consultations released on implementation of energy efficiency regulation of the private rented sector
The Department for Energy & Climate Change has published the long-awaited consultation on implementing the provisions of the Energy Act 2011.
The EAT has held that an employment tribunal erred in deciding that an employer’s approach of discounting some disability-related absence from the overall level of sickness absence was impermissible.
When individuals are on long-term sick leave and unable to take annual leave, only four weeks’ annual leave will carry over automatically into the next holiday year.
Data protection: Information Commissioner's Office has published a code of practice for subject access requests
The Information Commissioner has published a new code of practice covering how employers should deal with subject access requests from employees.
The Court of Appeal has held that an employee who was acquitted of theft in criminal proceedings had been fairly dismissed by his employer.
Addleshaw Goddard has released the July 2013 edition of its Employee Incentives Update. The update contains a round-up of developments in this area during July.
The question of how to allocate multiple losses has recently come before the Supreme Court.
The High Court has decided that a contractual payment due as compensation on early termination of Henning Berg’s fixed-term contract by Blackburn Rovers Football Club was not a penalty and was enforceable. In a recent claim brought against Blackburn Rovers Football Club by Henning Berg, its manager, the High Court decided that…...
We live in an environment where new allegations of fraud arise daily or where the press announces that fraudsters are using new technologies to ‘clone, phish, spoof or pharm’.
When embarking on litigation, it is not uncommon for parties to overlook that documents filed with the court may (and often do) become public.
It is slightly more than three months since the 1 April implementation date for the Jackson reforms.
The government has brought in new rules to close the judicial review loophole.
Do solicitors who help their clients out by providing finance during litigation expose themselves to non-party costs orders? Two Court of Appeal decisions provide guidance.
Two recent decisions have made findings of unfair dismissal where employees had been dismissed for comments made on social-networking sites.
The High Court has awarded award springboard relief against three of the claimant’s former employees who had attempted to use the claimant’s LinkedIn groups.
On 25 June 2013, the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 introduced a number of key changes to the existing whistleblowing legislation.
On 29 July 2013, a number of major changes to employment law came into force. Here are five key changes that you need to know about.
ECJ holds that transferees are not bound by post-transfer changes to collectively agreed terms of employment
The European Court of Justice has held that a transferee was not bound by post-transfer collectively agreed terms of employment.
The UK government has published its response to the consultation on the proposed system of ACAS Early Conciliation, which is due to come into force on 6 April 2014.