The Court of Appeal has handed down its much-awaited decision in the case of Chesterton Global v Nurmohamed and, unfortunately for employers, it does not provide the assistance they were..
An employee has been jailed for 6 weeks for breaching an interim injunction awarded in the case of OCS Group UK v Dadi...
In Giny v SNA Transport Limited, the Claimant brought several claims in the ET against his former employer. Before issuing his ET1 claim form, he contacted ACAS to commence early..
The Court of Appeal in Simmons v Castle, held that the level of damages in certain types of claims should be increased by 10% after 1 April 2013, to reflect..
Whistle-blowers can receive stigma damages for loss of career, even if they do not specifically request this in their ET claim
Unlike ordinary unfair dismissal claims, there is no cap on damages for loss of earnings in a whistle-blowing claim...
The Taylor Review offers clear guidance in this current climate of uncertainty: employers need flexible and agile workers, and in reality there are a variety of work arrangements that suit..
A few years ago, the UK’s rules for visitors were revamped and saw changes which simplified the lives of many people who are frequent visitors to the UK for leisure..
In December, law firms like to write advice on dealing with employment issues that may arise over the festive period, but the summer in its own way can create just..