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Have your cake and eat it

Who can resist cake? What about one slice glazed with chocolate and layered with coffee cream? Could you take just one bite?

That might sound like some challenge on a TV game show but it’s the background to a claim that proceeded in the Employment Tribunal this week, … 318 more words

Employment

Inquiry to look at employment tribunal fees

A PARLIAMENTARY inquiry is to look into the effects of employment tribunal and court fees.

This is separate from the Ministry of Justice review of tribunal fees which is also going on. 30 more words

Employment Law

2 replies later, why is there still a wall of silence about why a Wirral Council employee took their employer to an Employment Tribunal?

2 replies later, why is there still a wall of silence about why a Wirral Council employee took their employer to an Employment Tribunal?

About two months ago I noticed a 3 day Employment Tribunal case was listed involving a Wirral Council employee (or possibly former employee) to be heard at Vernon Street in Liverpool (see picture below). 688 more words

Wirral Council

The battle of the protected characteristics continues

We have seen many recent news reports regarding gay rights apparently ‘trumping’ those relating to religion and/or belief when individuals have expressed or acted upon their religious beliefs. 512 more words

Employment

Should I Accept a Facebook Friend Request From My Boss?

Have you ever experienced that awkward moment when you get a friends request from a relative stranger?  Worse still, have you ever experienced that awkward moment when you get a friends request from your boss?  560 more words

Claims set to surge? Maybe… for 2-weeks

The next two weeks is likely to see the sharpest increase in the number of claims being submitted to the Employment Tribunal than at any time since the introduction of the fees regime back in July 2013. 486 more words

Employment

Case Law: BBC v Roden, Open justice, anonymity and the protection of reputation - Hugh Tomlinson QC

In the case of BBC v Roden ( UKEAT 0385_14_1205) Simler J sitting as the Employment Appeal Tribunal overturned a remarkable anonymity order which had been made at the conclusion of Employment Tribunal proceedings to protect the reputation of a claimant who had misled his employers and reaffirmed the importance of open justice. 1,130 more words

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