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Five things we learnt in employment law this week (March 8...

The Court of Appeal has held that, where a ‘special case’ worker is unable to take an uninterrupted rest break, the employer does...

Key cases along the winding road for whistleblowers

It's been a busy year in terms of developments to the whistleblowing regime. And we can expect more of the same in 2018, as...

Businesses await Court of Appeal decision on whistleblowing case

The Court of Appeal is expected to hand down a significant workplace judgment next week in relation to whistleblowing laws. The Chesterton Global Ltd and...

Pimlico Plumbers: Another spanner in the works of the gig economy?

After the Uber case and the CitySprint case, both heard recently in the Employment Tribunal, the Court of Appeal has released a further decision...

Court of Appeal Delivers Judgment: Adesokan v Sainsbury

The Court of Appeal has delivered its Judgment on the Adesokan v Sainsbury case. Here's the link to the judgement: Adesokan v Sainsbury Mr Adesokan was...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (13 October)

The Court of Appeal has determined that commission should be included in holiday pay, upholding the decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal. The...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (21 July)

An ET was wrong to strike out an unfair dismissal and disability claim without hearing evidence, in spite of the claimant's admission of...