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Use Of WhatsApp Messages To Bring Disciplinary Proceedings Against Police Officers Was Not A Breach Of Privacy Rights
The Court considered that there was a legal basis for the Police Service in Scotland to bring misconduct proceedings against individual police officers based on messages they had sent to each other on a WhatsApp group.
UK
1 Aug 2019
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A Disabled Employee Could Not Rely On Her Mistaken Belief About What Adjustments Need To Be Made
Ms Wood worked for iforce Ltd, a logistics company, at one of its warehouses packing items at a fixed workbench. She had osteoarthritis, a degenerative condition and a disability, which worsened in damp, cold weather.
UK
3 Jun 2019
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Legitimate To Suspend A Teacher For Manhandling Pupils
The Claimant, Ms Agoreyo, an experienced teacher, commenced work as a primary school teacher for the London Borough of Lambeth in order to teach a class of up to 29 five and six-year-old children...
UK
4 Apr 2019
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Court Of Appeal Holds That Uber Drivers Have Worker Status
The Court of Appeal upheld previous decisions confirming that Uber drivers are workers entitled to the national minimum wage and paid holiday.
UK
18 Jan 2019
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Emails About Whether To Settle Litigation Had To Be Disclosed
Six emails had been sent between members of a Company's Board, and between the Board and Shareholders.
UK
18 Jan 2019
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Why Is Whistleblowing Still A Risk?
Despite being a world leader in the financial markets, the UK falls short of other jurisdictions when it comes to providing protection for whistleblowers.
UK
15 Jan 2019
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Entire Agreements Clauses And Misrepresentation Claims
The High Court has confirmed that an entire agreements clause can defeat a claim for misrepresentation.
UK
14 Aug 2018
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Pimlico Plumbers Decision Means More Gig Economy Workers Have Rights To Paid Holiday
The Supreme Court has added to the raft of cases concerning whether staff in the gig economy are workers, and so entitled to paid holiday and limited other rights, or genuinely self-employed and out of employment...
UK
13 Aug 2018
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Is An Employer Liable For An Assault At The Christmas After-Party?
An employer was found not to be liable for an employee's serious injury caused by an assault during drinks held after the office Christmas party.
UK
9 Feb 2017
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