Practice Notes: Employment

Teacher who kissed pupil has no right to lawyer at disciplinary hearing

A teaching assistant who kissed one of his male pupils was not entitled under article 6 of the ECHR to be represented by a lawyer at the disciplinary heari

29 Jun 2011

Work it out

The government's plans to cut red tape in employment tribunals is a botched job, argues Richard

09 May 2011

Update: employment

Sue Ashtiany reviews the new retirement rules, additional paternity leave and recent decisions on unfai

04 Apr 2011

Methodist minister can claim unfair dismissal

A Methodist minister who resigned from her post in Cornwall was an employee and can claim unfair dismissal, the EAT ha

22 Mar 2011

Update: wills and probate

Helen Bryant considers cases on testamentary capacity, mutual wills, gift aid and valuation principles for 'relate

01 Feb 2011

Cable relies on Acas and fees to cut employment tribunal claims

Business secretary Vince Cable has launched plans to cut the number of employment tribunal claims by requiring them to be lodged with Acas in the hope of a

01 Feb 2011

Employment tribunal claims must be lodged with Acas, Cable says

Business secretary Vince Cable launched plans this morning to cut the number of employment tribunal claims by requiring all of them to be lodged wit

27 Jan 2011

Update: immigration

Jane Coker reviews the tribunals’ latest attitudes towards article 8 and how it plays out in deportatio

17 Jan 2011

Campaign to save civil legal aid boosted by justice committee inquiry

Justice for All, a campaign to save free civil legal advice from disappearing as a result of the government’s drastic legal aid cuts, has been launched a

17 Jan 2011

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