Tribunals & Courts

Playing it safe

New employment proposals are a step in the right direction but they don’t go far enough, suggests Ronni

17 Oct 2012 | Tribunals & Courts

Concern over extended role for ‘legal officers’

BIS wants them to take on case management at employment tribunal

02 Oct 2012 | Tribunals & Courts

Enterprise bill ‘laying traps’ for both employees and employers

Proposed rules will make previous disciplinary procedures ‘look like

22 Jun 2012 | Tribunals & Courts

Stealth tactics: making unfair dismissal worthless

Having found that it could not politically do away with unfair dismissal outright, the government now wants 
to – quietly – make it worthless, says Any

11 Jun 2012 | Tribunals & Courts

Employment update

Sue Ashtiany considers the provisions of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill, the right to representation during the disciplinary process, employers’

11 Jun 2012 | Tribunals & Courts

Claims game

Increasing the qualifying period for dismissal and introducing fees for tribunal litigation have caused concern in the employment law community, but are th

05 Dec 2011 | Contracts & Rights

Working wonders

Law at work with Phili

23 Aug 2011 | Contracts & Rights

Silent majority

Witness statements in employment tribunals should only be read aloud in exceptional circumstances, argues Mar

14 Feb 2011 | Local government

ACS Law claims to be subject to 'public scrutiny'

Cases brought by ACS Law on behalf of Media CAT over allegedly illegal file sharing are to be given full judicial scrutiny after the patents county court r

08 Feb 2011 | Contracts & Rights

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