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28 Nov 2019
Supreme Court hears final appeal in significant vicarious liability case with a verdict expected in February.
27 Nov 2019
There is ambiguity over whether claims of associative discrimination can succeed under the Equality Act 2010 but EU law offers some encouragement to...
15 Oct 2019
As the debate over Brexit reaches a crescendo and leavers and remainers disagree on what should happen next, Richard Fox...
26 Jul 2019
An apparent sharp rise in the number of sexual harassment complaints involving solicitors has drawn attention to law firms' misuse of gagging orders.
11 Jun 2019
Home Office cannot afford to ignore the lessons of the Windrush scandal and suffer the resulting reputational damage.
15 Mar 2019
Consultant editor Darren Newman considers whistleblowing in the NHS, focusing on the public interest test and the danger of working...
11 Mar 2019
An EU and employment law barrister has described Theresa May’s purported guarantee on workers’ rights after Brexit as “meaningless” in...
22 Feb 2019
An employment tribunal has found that a hospital trust did not unfairly dismiss 13 maintenance workers because they had not...
12 Oct 2018
Consultant editor Darren Newman considers the current system of labour standards enforcement and suggests that the Government could play a...
4 Sep 2018
XpertHR’s consultant editor Darren Newman looks at a recent decision highlighting the potential danger in proceeding with a disciplinary hearing...
15 Aug 2018
Some of the major names in the development of the gig economy − such as Deliveroo, Pimlico Plumbers and Uber...
22 Jun 2018
In recent cases it has become apparent that Uber, City Sprint, Deliveroo and Pimlico Plumbers had each created contracts that purported to ensure that their “partners” – the drivers, cyclists and plumbers – were classed as “self employed”
27 Feb 2018
XpertHR consultant editor Darren Newman considers the arguments before the Supreme Court in Pimlico Plumbers Ltd and another v Smith,...
21 Sep 2017
Employers often use interim or “springboard” injunctions to protect confidential information after employees decide to leave. But they are not...