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Articles, News and Features

A useful article from Emplaw authors Gowling WLG considers the SMP tricky issues including 'bonus babies','offsetting' and 'exit packages'.

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Our article considers what the  statements made at recent Party conferences, in the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat manifestos and in the Queen’s Speech suggest about possible employment law reforms post election

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Whilst most eyes are on manifesto promises, we are also reporting a bumper amount of interesting cases this month including a Supreme Court decision analysing when an employee may be entitled to compensation for an invention, a Court of Appeal decision regarding philosophical belief and the EAT on liability (or not) for failing to prevent third-party harassment.