Are employees with long Covid entitled to compensation?

With MPs increasing the pressure on ministers to recognise long COVID as an occupational disease, claims for compensation could become more common in the near future. So, what do employers need to know and how should they face these claims?

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Uber under fire yet again, this time with their facial recognition technology

Hot on the heels of the recent Supreme Court decision, where Uber drivers were found to be workers in accordance with the Employment Rights Act 1996, the Uber name has come under fire yet again. Allegations have been made by Uber Eats couriers claiming that the company’s “racist” facial recognition software resulted in their engagement being terminated.

The UK’s new subsidy control regime

The UK government has repealed the EU rules on state aid and is now looking to formulate its own legal framework for controlling state subsidies. Consequently, the Department for Business has published a consultation paper on subsidy control.

Leasing electric vehicles: A smart option for fleets?

Bolstered by the government’s 10-point plan, electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming increasingly popular for both personal and business users. Read more about how electric vehicles are vying for first place in the new greener future.

The importance of a Lasting Power of Attorney

Broadcaster Kate Garraway is just one of many experiencing the devastating effects of COVID-19, with her husband Derek continuing to face a year-long battle in hospital. In addition, this has been complicated further for Kate by the lack of legal protection in place.

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Extension of temporary adjusted right to work checks

There has been a welcome announcement from the government today, an extension of the temporary COVID-19 adjusted right to work checks. Temporary checks will now continue until 20 June 2021.

Renew Romania 2021

A roadmap for investors and developers who are interested in entering the Romanian renewable energy markets, and for existing market players, insights on how to further streamline the setup, operation and financing of their investments in this sector.

The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal finds Norwich Pharmacal relief is available in aid of foreign proceedings

The Court of Appeal of the Cayman Islands (CICA) has found that the Cayman courts have jurisdiction to grant a Norwich Pharmacal Order (NPO) in support of potential proceedings before a foreign court, even where alternative statutory remedies may be available (in this instance, the provisions of the Evidence (Proceedings in Other Jurisdictions) (Cayman Islands) Order 1978 (the Evidence Order)).


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