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Essential Employment and Equality Law for Managers and Team Leaders – Masterclass 20 November 2019

Collingwood Legal is hosting a full day 6 hour interactive training and development session on Wednesday 20th November 2019.  We will cover the key principles of employment and equality law …

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Free Breakfast Seminar 17th October 2019 – Employment Law Update

We are delighted to invite you to our free Employment Law Update breakfast event on Thursday 17 October 2019. Case law and legislation are constantly changing the face of employment …

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SAR Wars! (GDPR versus HR) – Masterclass 19 September 2019

Collingwood Legal is hosting a half-day SAR Wars! Masterclass on Thursday 19 September 2019 at Kingston Park Stadium. During the session we will assess: the impact of the General Data …

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Business Protection in the digital age – Masterclass 20 June 2019

“How did our competitor get hold of this premium renewal list?”  “She’s put WHAT on Twitter?!!”  “I wish our contracts had said …”  “What do you mean: there’s nothing to …

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Employment Law Update – Thursday 7 March 2019

We are delighted to invite you to our free Employment Law Update breakfast event on Thursday 7 March 2019 Case law and legislation are constantly changing the face of employment …

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At what point is a disability assessed?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Parnaby v Leicester City Council has considered when is the right time to assess whether someone has a disability.

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Horror story for Claimant ordered to pay £170k in costs

For our Halloween employment law update, we thought we should cover the Employment Appeal Tribunal’s decision in the case of Brooks v Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, in which it considered whether a Claimant should have to pay £170,000 in costs for unreasonably pursuing a claim with no prospects of success.

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Doctor’s religious discrimination claim fails

The Employment Tribunal in the case of Mackereth v The Department for Work and Pensions and another has considered whether a doctor had been discriminated against after he was dismissed for refusing to refer to transgender patients by their preferred pronouns.

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When can protected conversations be referred to in a Tribunal?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in the case of Harrison v Aryman Ltd has considered the circumstances in which “protected conversations” can be referred to in an Employment Tribunal.

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