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By David Smedley, Andrew Rayment Mandatory pay gap reporting on grounds of ethnicity (similar to gender pay gap reporting) could be on the horizon. In line with a manifesto commitment, the Government has published a consultation paper on introducing mandatory pay gap reporting on ethnicity grounds. The consultation comes on the heels of the Government’s […]

Government considering reintroducing employment tribunal fees

By David Smedley, Andrew Rayment It has been reported that the Government is considering reintroducing employment tribunal fees. No specific details have been provided but the Ministry of Justice has said that it is confident that a fee system can be found which does not deny claimants access to justice (the reason the original fee regime was […]

Microchipping: The future of employee surveillance?

By Stuart McBride Inspired by the initial move to microchip employees by a firm in Wisconsin last year; as many as 150 employees in the UK have already been fitted with microchip implants. As technology continues to impact the way we all work, there may be merits to the rumoured introduction. That said, there are […]

Experts’ Agendas: A warning from the bench

“it certainly should not become routine to provide two versions which, as here, travel over much of the same ground. That approach tests the patience of the experts (and frankly of the court); produces a lengthier joint statement; potentially increases costs and is simply not the best way to focus on the issues. I do […]

Court of Appeal has held that public policy interests do not justify the release of restrictive covenants

By Bill Howard, Michael Callaghan The Court of Appeal has held that public policy interests do not justify the release of restrictive covenants where a developer deliberately builds houses on land in breach of those covenants. Background Millgate, a property developer, obtained planning permission for, and then built, houses and flats on a development site. Part […]

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Whenever Tulkinghorn visits a firm he feeds his stationery fetish by helping himself to branded pens, pencils and notepads. Indeed, he rather likes the pens in Allen & Overy‘s (A&O) meeting rooms and often takes a couple of them away with him – with permission, of course. Unfortunately, a Shearman & Sterling partner (who shall […]

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The top 20 law firms to the Australian government will reap almost A$174m (£73.5m) in legal fees this year, with Clayton Utz taking top spot as the biggest-billing private practice firm. Research conducted by Interdata for newspaper The Australian confirmed the government’s own law firm, the Australian Government Solicitor (AGS), as the top recipient of […]

Improving can mean moving

It may be time to take a realistic appraisal of your push for partnership, argues William Cook As a lawyer with in excess of five years’ experience, you are, if kept busy, literally printing money for your firm. Partnership is what you are after and you have got the leverage. But have you really stopped […]

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