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John Bowers QC on Employment Law: October Blog
Added: 16.10.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law  Articles
John Bowers QC on Employment Law: October Blog

Second cumulative supplement to Whistleblowing: Law and Practice 3rd Edition now available
Added: 27.09.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Commercial Law  Employment Law
Second cumulative supplement to Whistleblowing: Law and Practice 3rd Edition now available

John Mehrzad & Nick Siddall in 'Strictly' success
Added: 25.09.2017   |  Tags:  Cases  Employment Law  Equality & Discrimination
John Mehrzad instructed to respond to a claim of sex/pregnancy discrimination brought by Kristina Rihanoff, best known as a professional dancer on the BBC’s “Strictly Come Dancing”.

Nicholas Siddall on ACAS Early Conciliation: ‘Much Ado about Nothing’
Added: 20.09.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Nicholas Siddall analyses the recent decision of the EAT in De Mota-v-ADR Network & Anor

Katherine Apps on Voluntary overtime and holiday pay: the sting in the zero hours tail
Added: 14.09.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Katherine Apps on Voluntary overtime and holiday pay: the sting in the zero hours tail

Employment Tribunals Fees Scheme struck down by Supreme Court
Added: 26.07.2017   |  Tags:  News  Cases  Employment Law  Equality & Discrimination
Employment Tribunals Fees Scheme struck down by Supreme Court

Employment Tribunal Fees Regime Declared Unlawful
Added: 26.07.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law  Equality & Discrimination
Employment Tribunal Fees Regime Declared Unlawful

Part 2: When should the merits of a case be assessed for costs purposes? by Nicholas Siddall
Added: 25.07.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
When should the merits of a case be assessed for costs purposes? The second part of a two part blog by Nicholas Siddall

Part 1: Nicholas Siddall on Employment Tribunal Costs: The Increased Relevance of the CPR?
Added: 24.07.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Nicholas Siddall on Employment Tribunal Costs: The Increased Relevance of the CPR? The first of a two part blog

Michael Duggan QC on Whistleblowing, Self Interest and Public Interest: Chesterton Global Limited v Mohamed Nurmohamed, Public Concern at Work
Added: 19.07.2017   |  Tags:  Comments  Employment Law
Michael Duggan QC on Whistleblowing, Self Interest and Public Interest: Chesterton Global Limited v Mohamed Nurmohamed, Public Concern at Work (intervener)

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