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Simon Tytherleigh has commented on the announcement by the Smith Commission that control of the employment tribunal system in Scotland is to be devolved.
Risks around reporting to credit reference agencies following the decision in Grace & Anor v Black Horse
The practical implications of Grace appear to be at odds with the message in McGuffick that creditors are entitled to make adverse credit reference reports about defaulting debtors when the debts are unenforceable.
The report on the intelligence relating to the murder of Lee Rigby raises some complex privacy issues, says Paula Barrett, head of privacy at Eversheds.
The Supreme Court of Poland has refused to accept for hearing a cassation appeal by the president of the Office of Electronic Communications.
Mark Fletcher has commented on the EAT’s decision that UK law is not compatible with EU law on the protection of workers during large-scale redundancies.
Eversheds has appointed lateral hire Matthew Kelly as an employment partner in the firm’s education employment team. He joins the firm from Thomas Eggar.
Eversheds has strengthened its international intellectual property (IP) and life sciences offering with the hire of partner Gunther Meyer.
Eversheds attorney-at-law Lina Aleknaite van der Molen has given a presentation at international conference Alternative Dispute Resolution in Business.
The EAT has held that claimants’ holiday pay should have been calculated to include overtime. Simon Rice-Birchall, partner at Eversheds, has commented.
Advocate-general Jääskinen has concluded that there is no general principle of EU law prohibiting discrimination in the labour market.
There has been a rise in the numbers of DoLS applications, perhaps due to the recent judgment in Cheshire West.
Since February 2009, Wierzbowski Eversheds has provided pro bono legal support for the Wybrani w Górach Association in a dispute with Poland’s Ministry of Regional Development.
Geoffrey Mead has commented on Unison bringing fresh judicial review proceedings to its challenge to the government’s introduction of employment tribunal fees.
Tomasz Zalewski from Wierzbowski Eversheds, has been elected to the Expert Group in the field of intellectual property at PIIT.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has recently given another decision on the subject of age discrimination and justification.
Orange was represented by Dr Arwid Mednis, head of the privacy, information and communication technologies team and electronic communications team.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld the Tribunal’s decision in Seldon that compulsory retirement, in this case involving a partner in a law firm, was justified.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has recently given an interesting ruling on redundancy selection that could open the door to more claims from disabled employees.
Tribunals are shortly to be given new powers to order employers to conduct equal-pay audits in some circumstances.
Later this year, the CJEU is expected to give a ruling addressing the extent to which EU law protects workers against discrimination on grounds of obesity.