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Employment law


Employment law: The right to appeal

Employment law: The right to appeal

A reminder that employees are entitled to appeal in ‘right to work’ cases, and an update on the gig economy and gender pay gap reporting. Read more

Employment review: A summer of legal bouts

Employment review: A summer of legal bouts

Changes to injury to feelings compensation come alongside clarity on NED dismissal liability and holiday pay, says Lydia Newman. Read more

Tax review: Final whistle blows on Rangers FC trusts

Tax review: Final whistle blows on Rangers FC trusts

Also: UK government delays Making Tax Digital and Taylor Review proposes changes for employment contributions. Read more

Employment law: GDPR, the Queen's Speech and beard banning

Employment law: GDPR, the Queen's Speech and beard banning

Solicitor Lydia Newman discusses data protection, the government's new legislative programme, and a firm's facial hair cutbacks. Read more

The right to be accompanied

The right to be accompanied

Employees can have access to support at disciplinary hearings. Read more

Employment tribunals

Employment tribunals

A move towards a more streamlined service looks likely. Read more

Uber judgement

Uber judgement

A first of its kind case for self-employed contractors, shared parental leave and May’s Review. Read more

Overhaul of HR culture

Overhaul of HR culture

Sports Direct looks to reform its employment practices following an internal investigation. Read more

Employment law update

Employment law update

A round-up of all of the recent changes in employment law. Read more

Employment Law: Vicarious liability

Employment Law: Vicarious liability

Employers can be held responsible for crimes committed by staff at work. Read more

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