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What to Expect in UK Employment Law in 2018: GDPR, Brexit Negotiations and More

Whilst 2017 was anticipated to be a fairly static year for employment law, that did not in fact prove to be the case, and there were various notable developments, including the following: ..The landmark defeat of the...more

UK Supreme Court Rules Employment Tribunal Fee Regime Unlawful

A significant judgment delivered on 26 July 2017, by the UK Supreme Court increases the likelihood of employment claims being brought in the future and is of significance to all organisations employing staff in the United...more

7/27/2017  /  Employment Tribunals , UK

Uber Drivers Uber Happy

As you may have seen from the extensive press coverage, the UK Employment Tribunal has delivered its much anticipated judgment in Aslam and Farrar v Uber. The case was about whether Uber drivers are self-employed contractors,...more

Update on Holiday Pay and Sickness: “Right to Carry Forward” Limited to Four Weeks Per Year

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has handed down an important decision for UK employers, limiting the right of workers to carry forward holiday entitlement accrued during a period of long-term sickness absence. ...more

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