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Employment Law News Updates

Here we publish information on the latest employment law news stories

Emplaw authors, Gowling WLG, reflect on the 2022 employment case law highlights

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This article, by Emplaw authors Lewis SIlkin, outlines the law in this area and gives practical insights, aimed at employers.

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Part of Emplaw author's Gowling WLG's TUPE Tuesday podcast series with the latest TUPE updates, the implications of recent cases, and  potential new developments next year.

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A useful insight from Emplaw contributors, Morrish Solicitors

Free employment law update webinar, aimed at employers and their HR teams, on 7th December 2022, from Emplaw authors Moorcrofts.

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A pertinent Blog from Emplaw authors Cloisters, discussing the case of Mogane v Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust [2022] UKEAT 139 which reminds employers of the need for genuine consultation and reasonable selection criteria when choosing which employees to dismiss and which to keep on. 

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A really interesting analysis from Emplaw authors Morrish Solicitors including coverage of the increase in Multiple case claims and the level of awards made by Employment Tribunals for unfair dismissal and discrimination claims.

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This article from Emplaw authors, Lewis Silkin, takes a first look at the government’s Brexit Freedoms Bill and the potentially major implications for UK employment law, including TUPE, paid holiday and limits on working hours.

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An insightful analysis written for Emplaw by Paul Scholey, Partner and Employment lawyer at Morrish Solicitors covering this important decision and its implications for the law in relation to inducements post-Kostal.

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A useful article by Emplaw authors Lewis Silkin looking at these common scenarios:

  • Can an employer reject job applicants who do not have the right to work in the UK?
  • Should an employer dismiss an employee who does not hold the right to work in the UK?
  • Does a TUPE transfer of sponsored employees require the new employer to do anything?

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