Employment and discrimination News

Which employees can I furlough and how does the furloughing process work?

Further details about the ‘Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme’ have been announced by the government, outlining how the scheme will operate, and who will be eligible. Many businesses will now be considering what, if any, legal implications there may be in respect of how the furloughing process works. Click here to read Sarah Clarke's analysis for […]

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An employer's guide to the Coronavirus Job Retention scheme and furloughing staff

How to continue trading under the pressures created by the Coronavirus pandemic is an urgent question for many businesses that have seen a sharp drop in income. At the same time, companies want to know how to look after their employees and workers, and abide by the law. Many companies have been contacting Business West […]

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Katherine Anderson edits 3PB's March Employment and Discrimination Newsletter

Katherine Anderson has edited 3PB's latest Employment & Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Sarah Clarke, Simon Tibbitts and Grace Nicholls. Cases reviewed are: Jesudason v Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust [2020] EWCA Civ 73 - Whistle-blowers beware: just because there is a PD doesn’t necessarily mean that the employer can’t respond (and damage your reputation) […]

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Stephen Wyeth edits 3PB's February Employment and Discrimination Newsletter

Stephen Wyeth has edited 3PB's latest Employment & Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Sarah Clarke, Katherine Anderson, Naomi Webber, Grace Nicholls. Cases reviewed are: Q v Secretary of State for Justice UKEAT/0120/19/JOJ - When are Article 8 rights engaged in the context of an unfair dismissal claim and how should the engagement of such rights […]

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Katherine Anderson analyses Shah v TIAA Ltd, following her successful appearance in the EAT

Reasonable adjustments: is it relevant that the employee did not mention them? Katherine Anderson analyses Shah v TIAA Ltd UKEAT/0180/19/BA, following her successful representation of the respondent employer in this appeal before the EAT. Click here to read Katherine's analysis for the case. Click here to view the full judgment. Katherine is an experienced employment […]

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Sarah Clarke analyses Chowdhury v Marsh Farm Futures, following her successful appearance in the EAT

Has the test for whether or not an appeal should be allowed in respect of a case management decision, as laid down in O’Cathail v Transport for London, been impliedly overruled by R (Osborn) v Parole Board? No, says the EAT in Chowdhury v Marsh Farm Futures UKEAT/0473/18/DA, siding with specialist employment barrister Sarah Clarke. […]

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3PB's Employment and Discrimination Newsletter - January 2020

Craig Ludlow edits 3PB's latest Employment & Discrimination newsletter, including contributions from Andrew MacPhail and Daniel Brown. Case summaries cover: Stuart Delivery Limited v Mr Warren Augustine (UKEAT/0219/18/BA) - Employment Status (again): Worker, employee or self-employed? Forstater v CGD Europe & Others - Is a belief that there are only two sexes and that it […]

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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 […]

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