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Yearly Archives: 2013

Employment Tribunal fees face legal challenges before formal implementation

In Scotland, law firm Fox and Partners lodged a petition for judicial review seeking an Interim interdict (injunction) to prevent the fees from being introduced on 29 July pending a full court hearing …

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Collective Consultation: implications of USDAW v Ethel Austin Ltd (in administration) and another case

The Employment Appeal Tribunal made the full transcript to its decision in, what has become widely known as USDAW v Woolworths, available at the beginning of July following its earlier …

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Impending Tribunal fees

As a result of the Employment Tribunals (Constitution and Rules of Procedure) Regulations 2013 (“the Regulations”), the costs of both bringing and defending Tribunal claims are likely to increase. Two …

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Changes to whistleblowing law

Whistleblowing fell back into the spotlight earlier this year as a result of a number of high profile cases which were picked up by the media, including the case of …

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Managing Retirement – FREE Breakfast Seminar

Retirement Issues – Managing retirement following the removal of the Default Retirement Age The workforce is getting older and employers are still getting to grips with the impact of the …

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