• Ghost Towns and International Law: The Admissibility of Turkey’s Attempt to Re-Open Varosha

    3PB’s specialist international and public law barrister Mariya Peykova has reviewed the decision of Turkey’s attempt to re-open Varosha.

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  • Whistleblowing time limits: one off acts vs continuing acts

    Joseph England reviews the case of Ikejiaku v British Institute of Technology Ltd [2020] UKEAT 0243_19_0705.
    Joseph outlines the importance of analysing whistleblowing and other detriments in order to identify whether they are a one off act or a continuing act

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  • Workplace monitoring in a remote working age

    Workplace monitoring in a remote working age

    Matthew Curtis reviews the legal risks involved with monitoring employees and puts forward practical tips to help ensure compliance of any surveillance system with the expected standards.

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  • Is there a different burden of proof in relation to misconduct cases in which there is a possibility that an employee who works with children may pose a danger?

    Is there a different burden of proof in relation to misconduct cases in which there is a possibility that an employee who works with children may pose a danger?

    Sarah Clarke analyses K v L UKEAT/0014/18/JW.

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  • Is a philosophical belief in Stoicism a protected belief under section 10 of the Equality Act?

    Is a philosophical belief in Stoicism a protected belief under section 10 of the Equality Act? Yes it is, says London South Employment Tribunal.

    Charlotte Hadfield analyses Mr S Jackson v Lidl Great Britain Ltd, Case Number 2302259/2019/V.

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  • Does the failure to place a redundant employee on an existing “bank” workers list render a dismissal unfair?

    Does the failure to place a redundant employee on an existing “bank” workers list render a dismissal unfair?

    Andrew MacPhail analyses Aramark (UK) Limited v Mr Fernandes UKEATS/0028/19/SS (13th March 2020).

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  • The remote witnessing of wills: a last resort

    The remote witnessing of wills: a last resort
    Lydia Pemberton examines The Wills Act 1837 (Electronic Communications) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Order 2020 and its impact on the remote witnessing of wills.

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  • Relocation dos and don'ts

    Relocation dos and don'ts
    Elisabeth Hudson reviews the dos and don'ts of children relocation.

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  • SEND provision beyond 24 September 2020 - a brewing storm?

    SEND provision beyond 24 September 2020 - a brewing storm?
    Caroline Stone examines the forthcoming changes to the SEND Regulations 2014.

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  • Legislating in the time of Corona

    Legislating in the time of Corona
    Caroline Stone examines the Administrative Court’s recent decision in R (Amber Shaw (a child, by her mother and litigation friend Deanne Shaw) and ABC (a child, by his mother and litigation friend XYZ) in which two disabled children with EHC plans challenged decisions made by the Secretary of State for Education regarding SEND provision during the height of the pandemic.

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  • Council wins Judicial Review challenge to academy order

    Council wins Judicial Review challenge to academy order
    Katherine Anderson reviews Somerset County Council v Secretary of State for Education [2020] EWHC 1675 (Admin).

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  • “Low arousal” environments examined by the Upper Tribunal

    “Low arousal” environments examined by the Upper Tribunal
    Emma Waldron reviews JI and SP v Hertfordshire County Council (SEN), in which the Upper Tribunal examined whether sufficient reasons had been given by the First Tier Tribunal for rejecting expert evidence and for finding that a school could provide a “low arousal environment”.

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