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By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
Mr Tattersall was one of five members of the company's senior management team.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
The government may have said no thanks to no-fault dismissals but what other news has the Bill generated?
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
A worker who falls sick before their annual leave is entitled to take that annual leave at a later date.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
Fiduciary duties are usually imposed on directors, and sometimes those just below board level.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
Mr Hawes and Mr Curtis were the two key holders to the company's store in Liverpool Street station.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
The claimants were resident housing support workers whose role it was to support sheltered housing tenants in living independently.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
You have to wonder what Adrian Beecroftwould make of this one.
By Kim Teichmann
You would be surprised how often parties get it wrong and don't execute their contracts properly.
By James Quarmby
The nice people at HMRC are certainly taking their vitamins, judging by the number of consultation documents that have landed on my desk in the last two weeks.
By Anthony Nixon
Where landowners work together to promote their land for development, they usually want to equalise any profits.
By James Quarmby
This is a real Frankenstein's monster of a Budget. Made up of the spare parts of Lib Dem and Tory economic policy and welded together by a crazy but brilliant Chancellor.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
Two cases involving very long ET1s (Tribunal Claim Forms) prepared by the same firm of solicitors.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
The question for the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) was whether a lap dancer was an employee, and therefore entitled to unfair dismissal protection.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
Mr Knowles was a senior employee at the Council.
By Thomas Eggar's Employment Team
While the government is busy plugging away at its Red Tape Challenge, the stage is set for yet more reforms aimed at simplifying employment law.
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