Tribunals & Courts

Tribunal reform steals the show

Amid government reforms and new technology, Kevin Poulter wonders if the venerable employment law profession is set to be mad

Supreme Court to consider tribunal fees and legal aid residence test

Unison and the Public Law Project get another chance to argue against controversia

Targeting the claimant in 
a consumer-driven world

Where upfront costs can be up to £1,200, Qamar Anwar discusses utilising ATEs ?and DBAs in the employment la

The Modern Slavery Act clamps down on big business

Ryan Clement discusses the latest case law in the employment sector, proposed legislation, a pivotal CJEU ruling, and the ongoing review of tribuna

Gender pay gap

Survey reveals that large UK organisations are concerned about publishing their gender pa

Wary businesses fear discrimination claims but don’t acknowledge gender pay gap

Four in ten employers are worried that transparency will lead to equal pa

Copycat fraud in the workplace

Fraud has, unfortunately, been a feature of personal injury claims since the Railway Passenger Assurance Company underwrote the first accident insurance policy in the late 19th century, and Lor