• Employment and discrimination law newsletter January 2024

      Employment and discrimination newsletter - January 2024

      Welcome to our January 2024 employment and discrimination law newsletter, edited by Grace Holden. This month our newsletter includes analysis from Grace, Colin McDevitt, Naomi Webber and Alex Leonhardt on the following cases: Leaney v Loughborough University [2023] EAT 155; Kingswood Learning and Leisure Group Limited EA-2022-000902-JOJ; The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia (Cultural Bureau) v Ms Alhayali [2023] EAT 149; and an analysis of the changes to the annual leave entitlement and holiday pay of part-year and irregular hours workers.

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      Employment and discrimination newsletter: our 50th! - July 2023

      Welcome to the 50th edition of our employment and discrimination law newsletter, edited by Simon Tibbitts and featuring team news with contributions from head of group Craig Ludlow, Jo Laxton, Colin McDevitt, Stephen Wyeth and Alex Leonhardt.

      Case analysis is provided by Simon Tibbitts, Katherine Anderson, Joseph England and Alex Leonhardt and covers the following cases: Mrs Kristie Higgs v Farmor’s School (The Archbishop’s Council of the Church of England intervening) EA-2020-000896-JOJ; Phipps v Priory Education Services Ltd [2023] EWCA Civ 652; Greasley-Adams v Royal Mail Group Limited [2023] EAT 86 and Mrs N Moustache v Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust: [2022] EAT 204.

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    • April 2023 Employment and Discrimination Newsletter Out Now!

      Welcome to April's newsletter  Spring into April with the newsletter from 3PB Employment and Discrimination barristers. The group have been busy analysing and discussing a vast range of cases: Head of the Employment and Discrimination group Craig Ludlow looks at the case Minnoch and ors v Interserve FM Ltd and ors in which Mr Minnoch and 36 others brought claims for withheld pay relating to days they were on strike in 2019. Colin McDevitt looks...

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    • Our June 2022 employment law newsletter is out now!

      Welcome to June's employment law newsletter In the June edition of our newsletter, we highlight the government's forthcoming reform of exclusivity clauses and the start in the UK of the world's largest 4-day week trial.  Case law analysis is provided by our members and pupils: - Oliver Hirsch analyses Knightly v Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust [2022] EAT 63 in which the EAT considers if an employer who fails to make reasonable adjustments to its dismissal...

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    • April 2022 employment law newsletter out now!

      Welcome to April's employment law newsletter In the April edition of our employment law newsletter, we welcome Craig Ludlow's appointment to the Editorial Board of the Employment Lawyers Assocation (UK) Briefing magazine; report on the Fifth Addendum to the ET Presidential Guidance on awards for injury to feelings and psychiatric injury and other statutory increases to compensation from 6 April; and consider the ET's roadmap for how Employment Tribunal hearings will be conducted over 2022...

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    • October 2021 employment law newsletter out now

        Welcome to October's Employment law newsletter October rewards 3PB with four new fee-paid, part-time Employment Tribunal Judges as well as a record number of rankings for our team in the Legal 500 2022. Case law analysis is provided by - Andrew MacPhail on redundancy process best practices in Gwynedd Council v S Barratt & I Hughes [2021] EWCA Civ 1322; - Katherine Anderson on proportionality assessment with The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of The University of Oxford v Professor Paul...

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    • Employment and discrimination newsletter out now - June 2021

      Welcome to June's newsletter We’ve plenty of news in this month's  employment law newsletter, including what future workplaces might look like, and the extent to which future court hearings should be remote. We also have ET judgments relating to events from the early lockdown period starting to filter through. Case law-wise we have in-depth analysis of NMC v Somerville (re: worker status) and Chief Constable of GMP v Aston (re: protected disclosures) courtesy of Daniel...

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      Matthew Curtis edits the Employment and Discrimination team's December newsletter

      Matthew Curtis welcomes you to our last Employment and Discrimination newsletter of 2020 and thanks this month's contributors: Stephen Wyeth, Karen Moss, Colin McDevitt, Sarah Bowen, Lachlan Wilson, Andrew MacPhail and Joseph England. You will find this month’s newsletter packed full of 3PB news, analysis and case law updates, as well as our opening hours over the Christmas period. You are also invited to register to attend our 10 December webinar on 'Personal injury claims...

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      Colin McDevitt and Karen Moss present an update on whistleblowing

      3PB employment barristers Colin McDevitt and Karen Moss presented employment law webinar on 'Whistleblowing: key concepts, injunctions and updates on procedure' on 12th November. Topics covered include "Key concepts, interim injunctions and recent cases" and “Whistleblowing: latest procedural considerations; and what is a detriment?", including a number of key cases. You can watch the webinar on demand here:  

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      Lachlan Wilson edits the Employment and Discrimination team's November newsletter

      Lachlan Wilson presents 3PB's November Employment and Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Joseph England, Colin McDevitt, Stephen Wyeth, Craig Ludlow and Sarah Clarke. The newsletter brings you 3PB news, recordings as well as case updates and legal analysis. You are also invited to register to attend our webinar on whistleblowing on 12 November. Click here to view the newsletter. News  items include: Furlough (CJRS) Scheme extended until March 2021 Changes announced to clear employment tribunal...

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      Restrictive covenants, injunctions and team moves webinar - Now available to watch

      3PB barristers Colin McDevitt and Stephen Wyeth​ bring you a recording of their webinar on ''Restrictive covenants, injunctions and team moves''. Colin provided a refresher on post-termination restrictive covenants, covering: competition; non-dealing; stolen information. Stephen focused on practical advice to clients on matters including: spotting the signs of those preparing to compete; appropriate steps to protect interests; tactics and tips for ex-employers; ex-employees and new recruiters as well as avoiding legal pitfalls. To view their presentations please click here. You can find many...

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    • 3PB's Employment and Discrimination Newsletter - December 2019

      Colin McDevitt edits 3PB's latest Employment & Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Naomi Webber who reviews the Supreme Court decision in Royal Mail Group Ltd v Jhuti [2019] UKSC 55 and Daniel Brown who analyses Caterham School Limited v Rose and discusses the appropriateness of considering the question of conduct extending over a period at a Preliminary Hearing. Click here to read our latest News, and Case Law Updates and book to attend one of...

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