Sue Ashtiany reviews the latest cases on discrimination in the workplace, including victimisation an
Tom Poole welcomes the new authoritative guidance on temporary workers given by the Court of Appeal in the recent James v London Borough of Greenwich cas
If restrictive covenants are drafted too widely then they are unenforceable, but if drawn too narrowly they become ineffectual, says Dije
Will the first case in favour of a bank stem the flow of complaints against penalty charges for unauthorised overdrafts, asks Richar
After British Airways cancelled thousands of flights in January, Katherine Deal considers passengers' scope for compensatio
Recent County Court decisions suggest that employees will be expected to take greater responsibility for their own actions, says Maris
Employment Act 2002: Cedric de Lisser warns of unforeseen hazard
Cadman has clarified some issues in equal pay claims, but still leaves tribunals to deal with many practical questions, warns Emm
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