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Disability Discrimination: The interpretation of “substantial” effect

Senior Associate Solicitor, Alexandra Besnard The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) in the case of Mr A Elliott v Dorset County Council, has considered to what extent an impairment has to …

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Dismissal for COVID-related absence automatically unfair?

Paralegal, Craig Harvey The Employment Tribunal (“ET”) in the case of Rogers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd, has considered whether an employee was automatically unfairly dismissed where he refused to …

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Thursday 13th May 2021 – Free Collingwood Legal webinar : Employment Law Update

Case law and legislation are constantly changing the face of employment law which has an impact on businesses, with last year and the early half of this year impacted heavily …

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What are the equality implications of a COVID-Passport?

Partner, Paul Johnstone The UK Government is currently exploring the possible introduction of a COVID-status certification, also referred to by many as “COVID passports” or “vaccine passports.” On 5th April 2021, …

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Back to the office: What’s next for employers?

Associate Solicitor, Charlotte McBride COVID-19 has disrupted and transformed lives, but perhaps most notably the working patterns of UK workers. Before the pandemic, home working was slowly becoming more common, …

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