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Five things we learnt in employment law this week (9 November...

A worker who doesn't seek to take all their minimum holiday before the end of the year can carry forward the untaken leave...

Five things we learnt in employment law this week (August 3...

It was reasonable for an acquittal on a rape charge to be included in a mini-cab driver's enhanced DBS check, although the court...

Crisis in the tribunals: the government must act

The employment tribunal system is in crisis and the government must act now to avoid a meltdown, lawyers say. New figures show that the Supreme...

Employment Tribunal crisis

Since the Supreme Court ruled Employment Tribunal fees were unlawful, figures show that the number of claims has doubled. However, employer lawyers warn that the...

Five things we learnt in Employment Law this week (2 February...

Whistleblowers can recover post-termination losses which flow from pre-termination detriments (Wilsons Solicitors LLP v Roberts, Court of Appeal). 2. A disciplinary process, which begins...

Five things we learnt in Employment Law this week (18 August...

Claimants do not bear the initial burden of proof in discrimination claims. Tribunals must consider all the evidence in the case before deciding...

Five things we learnt in Employment Law this week (28 July)

In a landmark ruling this week, the Supreme Court has held that the current fee regime in place prior to lodging a Tribunal...

ET Fees are unlawful: what does this mean for employers?

As the news of the Supreme Court's Judgment on employment tribunal fees sinks in, Tim Forer, a partner in the employment law team at Blake...

Employment tribunal fees are unlawful, Supreme Court says

"It's the biggest victory in a court in British employment history," according to Unison's Dave Prentis. And it's an incredible, momentous, stunning win say...

Live updates: day two of the Supreme Court hearing of Unison’s...

EmploymentSolicitor.com has teamed up with Mark Greaves, Pupil Barrister at Old Square Chambers. Mark is at the Supreme Court and will be live tweeting...