The lawyers at FSP need to keep up with frequent changes in the law. We try to cover all significant and interesting developments in our news and articles.
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Ian Machray reports on whether a dismissal can be unfair due to a disciplinary investigation being too thorough.
Christian Meredith explores the new Acas guidelines on improving mental health in the workplace.
Alexandra Scarfe reports on whether workers should be protected against dismissal from the moment they are pregnant.
Philippa Roles explains why businesses must ensure they have processes in place to prevent them being criminally liable for tax evasion.
Terri Hawkins summarises the key changes introduced by recent trade mark reforms.
Who pays for remedial costs under a JCT Design and Build Contract when there has been no negligence on either side? Susan Wells considers a recent decision of the Supreme Court.
GDPR and cyber security workshops held at the London School of Economics.
Christian Meredith reports on a successful appeal in the European Courts regarding privacy in the workplace.
David Clay discusses the implications of a recent equal pay decision in which female retail workers of Asda are seeking over £100 million.
Ian Machray gives guidance on how to defend unclear tribunal claims and when you can require the claimant to pay a deposit to continue their claim.
Jackie Denham reports on a recent decision on whether you can pay your part-time employees less than the pro-rata full time equivalent salary.
The Groceries Code Adjudicator (GCA) has recently published a Code clarification on the variation of supply agreements and other issues regulated under the Groceries Code.
Ian Machray reports on the Employment Appeal Tribunal decision which confirmed that regular voluntary overtime should be reflected in holiday pay.
Christian Meredith explores what employers can learn from the recent allegations plaguing the England women’s football team.
Ian Machray discusses a recent decision on whether the suspension of a teacher amounted to a breach of contract.
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