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The case involved two groups (the Nortel group and the Lehman group) each of which contained occupational pension schemes with substantial funding deficits.
Not for the first time the fashion industry is under fire for its recruitment policies. Could requiring staff to have a certain ‘look’ be the next form of discrimination?
When disputes escalate to court proceedings, it is not uncommon for the Statements of Case to contain pointed allegations of misconduct or impropriety.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change is currently consulting on proposals for a new Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme.
Monday 29 July 2013 will see some very significant changes to employment law and practice and employers and individuals need to make sure they are ready.
Peel Land and Property (Ports No.3) Ltd v Sheerness Steel Ltd considers the classification of chattels and fixtures.
Employee ownership is a topic that remains high on the government’s agenda.
The ECJ has ruled that UK courts must adopt a ‘static’ rather than ‘dynamic’ approach to collectively agreed terms on a TUPE transfer.
Many of us have been avid watchers of this year’s Tour de France, and it got us to thinking that this epic race is a little bit like litigation.
Women who are pregnant or on maternity leave have numerous legal rights, but many of these are commonly misunderstood by employers.
Kieran Toal has been appointed as a partner in Shoosmiths’ corporate team in Manchester.
In the current heatwave, employers need to consider their strategy for keeping control of employee absences during the hot weather as employees make the most of the sun.
A recent opinion by Lord Hodge in the Court of Session has clarified an administrator’s powers and duties in cases where they wish to bring an administration to an end.
A recent Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) demonstrates the latitude that employers must give workers in choosing companions to accompany them at disciplinary and grievance meetings.
The recent decision in Topland Portfolio No.1 Limited v Smiths New Trading Limited is a useful reminder to landlords to join any existing guarantor into supplemental lease documents.
Shoosmiths has finished top overall of the Legal Week Employee Satisfaction Report 2013...
Graham Bennett, partner and real-estate specialist at Shoosmiths, was among the 40 guests invited to see Lord Coe unveil a plaque at Portland Marina.
Shoosmiths has hired a new partner to head its Manchester property litigation team.
The High Court has held that a break notice that failed to comply with the express provisions of the break clause was nonetheless valid.
Sean Wright, a corporate partner at Shoosmiths, has been ranked in The Chambers 100 — a list of the best 100 business lawyers in the UK.