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Contributor Features

Here we list and link articles and newsletters published elsewhere by the authors of the law cards.

Our key contributors are : Cloisters Chambers – Nathaniel Caiden, Sally Cowen , Sian McKinley, Catherine Richmond, Sally Robertson, Tamar Burton; 12 KBW – Lucy Boyle; Goodman Derrick; Lewis Silkin; Moorcrofts LLP; Nunn Hayward; Ortolan Group; Penningtons Manches; Pump Court – Heather Platt; Simmons & Simmons; Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co.

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Wragge, Lawrence Graham on establishment criterion for collective redundancy
Wragge, Lawrence Graham on updating policies to cover E-cigarettes
Wragge Lawrence Graham on Pensions 2016 – Six Things to Watch
Wragge Lawrence Graham on dealing with the aftermath of a punch up at the Christmas party
Pennington Manches on the Woolworths' case and the meaning of 'establishment'
Penningtons report on employee injuncted over disparaging statements following settlement agreement
Penningtons Manches on social media and dismissal
Nathaniel Caiden on Early conciliation: the tide is turning towards a liberal interpretation
Nathaniel Caiden on vicarious liabilty rekindled
Samira Achbita v G4S Secure Solutions NV: a dangerous new concept of direct discrimination
Nathaniel Caiden on revival of contract following appeal against dismissal
Lewis Silkin on ECJ judgment extending indirect discrimination
Lewis Silkin on Strike laws set for radical shakeup
Lewis Silkin on mandatory pay gap reporting
After the election - what now for employment law
Wragge, Lawrence Graham on establishment criterion for collective redundancy
Gowling WLG on Mind The Gap: A Guide To Gender Pay Gap Reporting For Employers
The Pension Regulator's new money purchase benefits (DC) code of practice and guides in six key points
Gowling WLG on the EU Referendum - The Impact For Pensions, Tax And Employment Law