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Employment Tribunals

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

by McDermott Will & Emery on

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

Be Aware Belgium December 2017

by DLA Piper on

Can an employer be exempted from payment of a mobility allowance provided by a collective bargaining agreement approved at the sectoral level if there is a similar benefit in place within the company? In its judgment of 25...more

Employment Flash - November 2017

Recently Passed US Federal, State and Local and International Employment Laws - This November 2017 special edition of the Employment Flash summarizes certain noteworthy U.S. federal, state and local, as well as...more

Is it all in the expression?

by Dentons on

In the recent case of Page v. NHS Trust Development Authority an Employment Tribunal dismissed Mr Page's claims of discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief....more

Be Aware Belgium November 2017

by DLA Piper on

The law provides various measures in order to promote student employment. The act of 3 July 1978 on employment contracts, for example, provides a specific type of student contract in which some mandatory content must be...more

UK: Uber Loses Appeal Over Characterization Of Drivers As "Workers"

by Fisher Phillips on

Uber drivers in the UK are “workers” entitled to earn at least the national minimum wage and enjoy other statutory benefits and protections an Employment Appeals Tribunal (“EAT”) held on November 9, upholding the decision of...more

Legal issues for those running UK construction businesses - (Planning, Health and Safety, Regulatory, House Building and...

by Dentons on

Welcome to our round-up of legal issues relevant to UK construction businesses. The summaries below contain updates and links to recent articles from colleagues specialising in planning, health and safety, regulatory or...more

Unfair Dismissal: Can a Disciplinary Investigation Be Too Thorough?

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

In NHS 24 v Pillar UKEATS/0005/16, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered the appropriate scope of an employer’s investigation into alleged misconduct in disciplinary proceedings. Ms Pillar was employed by NHS 24...more

Addison Lee suffers double defeat in ongoing battle over gig economy rights

by Dentons on

Addison Lee, the London-based minicab and courier company, recently lost two cases in decisions that echo the "gig economy" rulings against the likes of Uber, Excel, City Sprint and Pimlico Plumbers. The claims against...more

Brexit: Rebalancing your European workforce

by White & Case LLP on

Whatever form Brexit takes, international companies with operations in the UK are planning ahead to retain access to the EU market - Britain's exit from the EU is still unfolding and the exact terms that will affect...more

Employment Tribunal Fees: Update

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

In July, we reported on a landmark decision in which the U.K.’s Supreme Court unanimously found the Employment Tribunal fee regime to be unlawful. Below is an update on the legal and practical developments since that...more

The impact of the Supreme Court's decision that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful

by Dentons on

The Supreme Court's decision in July 2017 abolished employment tribunal and EAT fees. At the time of writing the Government is still working out a system to repay paid tribunal fees, including to those parties that have paid...more

Employee privacy and monitoring

by Dechert LLP on

The Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) held in Barbulescu v Romania (Application no. 61496/08) last week that there was a breach of the right to privacy where an employer searched the contents of an...more

Whistleblowing: the public interest test

by Dentons on

The Chesterton case has been doing the rounds for a number of years. The facts are relatively straightforward but the principles involved are highly important....more

Supreme Court holds Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful

by Dentons on

In what has been described as the biggest news in employment law in the last 50 years, on 26 July 2017, the Supreme Court ruled that the Employment Tribunal fees regime introduced controversially in 2013 was unlawful....more

Never a Dull Moment in Employment Law: Whistleblowing and More

by Dechert LLP on

The Supreme Court’s recent decision quashing the Employment Tribunal fee regime is not the only recent employment law news of which UK employers need to be aware. This OnPoint summarises some other recent developments....more

“Queue here for the Gravy Train” – Impact of Supreme Court Decision Outlawing Employment Tribunal Fees

by Locke Lord LLP on

The above was a typically restrained Daily Mail headline following Wednesday’s Supreme Court’s Judgement in R (on the application of Unison) v Lord Chancellor, declaring employment tribunal fees to be unlawful. In reality...more

The Good Work: The Taylor Review

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

The Good Work: The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices (the Review), an independent report commissioned by the U.K. government to analyse the changing employment landscape, was published on 11 July 2017....more

U.K. Supreme Court: Employment Tribunal Fees Are Unlawful

by Faegre Baker Daniels on

In a landmark decision in R (on the application of UNISON) v Lord Chancellor [2017] UKSC 51, the U.K.’s Supreme Court unanimously found that the Employment Tribunal fee regime is unlawful. Since 2013, claimants have had to...more

UK Employment Tribunal Fees Abolished with Immediate Effect

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

The regime by which claimants in the UK bring employment-related claims is set for radical change after the UK’s highest court ruled that the current fee system is unlawful. With immediate effect, claimants no longer have to...more

UK Supreme Court Rules Employment Tribunal Fee Regime Unlawful

by McDermott Will & Emery on

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

Employment Matters – UK

In 2013, the UK introduced fees for claims made to employment tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal. The legality of this was challenged by Unison, the trade union. Today, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that...more

UK Law Lords in Historic Decision on Employment Tribunal Fees

In a judgment that many commentators are calling the most significant in employment law in over 50 years, on July 25, 2017, the United Kingdom’s Supreme Court decided that the system whereby employees must pay fees to bring...more

UK Supreme Court finds that Employment Tribunal fees are unlawful

by Dechert LLP on

In an important judgment today, the UK Supreme Court has ruled that the introduction of Employment Tribunal fees in 2013 was unlawful and that fees should no longer be charged, with immediate effect....more

Good Work, The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices

by Dechert LLP on

The Taylor Review of Modern Working Practices was published this week and this update reports on its detailed recommendations for reform of UK employment law in terms of its application to those who are engaged other than as...more

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