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EAT finds that banter was not harassment

The EAT in Evans v Xactly Corporation Limited has…

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Insolvency: Extra-territorial application of section 423

William Shirley considers the decision in Orexim Trading…

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Employee’s letter giving ‘notice’ was not a resignation

The EAT in East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation…

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Zero hours security guard was agency worker and entitled to same basic terms as hirer's permanent employees

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Brooknight Guarding…

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Working notice period after resigning in response to repudiatory breach could constitute affirmation.

The High Court in Brown & Anor v Neon Management Ltd…

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Carers who sleep in at a client’s home and are “on call” are only entitled to the national minimum wage when awake and working

Care home providers will be breathing a sigh of relief…

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Supreme Court confirms 'Pimlico Plumbers' decision that independent contractor was a worker

The Court of Appeal’s ruling in Pimlico Plumbers Limited…

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Discrimination claim succeeds despite employer not knowing that misconduct caused by disability

The Court of Appeal upheld a claim for discrimination…

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Insolvency/Litigation: Directors fail to curry favour with the judge

In the recent case of The Secretary of State for Business…

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Insolvency/Litigation: A Case of Mistaken Identity?

In the recent unreported case of The Secretary of…

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NOTICE OF TERMINATION IS DEEMED TO BE GIVEN ON DATE EMPLOYEE READS IT

The Supreme Court has confirmed that the notice period…

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Continuing to work did not constitute agreement to a pay freeze

Employees who continued to work and who did not take…

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Litigation: Litigants in person have to play by the rules

In the recent decision in Barton v Wright Hassall…

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Insolvency: Secretary of State fees avoided on ‘payment in full’ bankruptcy annulment

In the decision in Mohammed Safier and (1) Wendy Jane…

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Insolvency: Lack of focus on payment of HMRC leads to disqualification.

In the decision in The Secretary of State for Business…

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Insolvency: No second bite at the cherry for debtors in insolvency proceedings

In the appeal of Harvey v Dunbar Assets plc the Court…

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Failure to pay male employee enhanced shared parental pay was not sex discrimination

The EAT has decided that failure to pay a male employee…

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Time Spent ‘On Call’ at Home was Working Time

Time spent ‘on call’ at home but within 8 minutes…

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Employer did not have knowledge of disability

The Court of Appeal has upheld a Tribunal's decision…

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Intention? Motive? This is a lease renewal not a murder trial!

A landlord can oppose a statutory renewal of tenant’s…

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