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Over 25 years of employment cases searchable by topic and linked to full reports

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Articles, News and Features

Click here for the June 2018 edition of Emplaw Monthly which includes new guidance for employers from Acas, updates on immigration and data protection, upcoming legislation and all the relevant reports and consultations going on, as well as links to our latest articles including Working Time and Contractual Holiday - the cases and the law in a nutshell  and a  podcast on Discrimination arising from disability - what does an employer need to know?

For Emplaw Online subscribers, there are also professional summaries of the latest key cases and links to full reports

A pithy article from Emplaw Online authors Shakespeare Martineau explaining the Supreme Court's decision and what it means

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A podcast by Jane Fielding, and Martin Chitty from Emplaw Online authors Gowling WLG, following the Court of Appeal decision in City of York Council v Grosset, 

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