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One of the key questions that employers will face under the scheme is whether to match pay for anyone taking SPL with any enhanced maternity pay that is currently offered.
Chuka Umunna has told the TUC Congress that Labour will introduce a ‘fairer system to ensure that affordability is not a barrier to employees seeking redress in the workplace’.
Employment law reform featured heavily in the coalition government’s legislative programme.
A new law state of mind: UK parody exception to copyright infringement comes into force — 1 October 2014
The UK has introduced a new ‘parody, caricature and pastiche exception’ into copyright law, giving comedians new protections from copyright infringement.
Groceries code adjudicator Christine Tacon has asked Tesco to examine its behaviour towards suppliers during the company’s internal review.
Fuller v United Healthcare Services: scope of UK law does not extend to a US employee who spends 49 per cent of his time in the UK
The EAT has upheld a decision that an employee who worked almost 50 per cent of the time in the UK was not entitled to bring claims for unfair dismissal and discrimination.
On 24 July 2014, the statutory definition of ‘money purchase benefits’ changed.
1 October sees the commencement of the key design provisions of the Intellectual Property Act 2014.
Following testing in the US of driverless cars and the announcement in the UK that cars will be tested here from the start of next year, the debate around autonomous vehicles has intensified.
Can the rights of a ‘third party’ be determined by adjudication under an express term contained within an agreement between the original contracting parties?
Insolvency litigation briefing — directors will be responsible for breaches of accounting practice; and more
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s insolvency litigation team brings you its monthly update on the cases and issues affecting the insolvency and fraud investigation industry.
This was the finding of the High Court following an appeal by the losing party from a master’s decision that relief should be granted.
The courts have said that any employee who receives commission and/or overtime should have that taken into account for their statutory holiday pay.
In Playboy Club London v Banca Nazionale Del Lavoro Spa, the claimant sought to recover losses it had sustained following a reference given by the bank for one of its customers.
Financial institutions will breathe a sigh of relief following the Court of Appeal’s decision in Tidal Energy Ltd v Bank of Scotland plc.
This month, the Ministry of Justice is consulting on a proposed pre-action debt protocol that will apply to all debt claims brought by businesses against individuals.
The Supreme Court has ruled on the consumer’s right to receive written notice of the right to cancel a contract, and found in the consumer’s favour.
Not a fishing expedition: PFI contractor obtains pre-action disclosure in dispute that was to be subject of adjudication
Obtaining relevant documentation at an early stage from a potential opponent can help resolve claims without the need to issue proceedings, or narrow the issue between the parties, so as to save costs.
This two-part alert looks at your choices in terms of union recognition — from how to avoid it in the long term to how you react if the union comes calling.
In part two of this series, Martin Chitty takes a closer look at what action has been announced and the options open to employers.