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Shared parental leave and pay – treating fathers equally

Meredith Hurst Tuesday, January 30, 2018

2018 looks like it will be an interesting year for employment law. We look at Ali v Capita Customer Management Ltd looking at questions of direct discrimination in relation to shared parental leave and pay, and due to be appealed in 2018.

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What will Brexit and the Great Repeal Bill mean for Employment Law?

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

We look at the impact that Brexit and the Great Repeal Bill may have on UK employment law and workers' rights, and consider some practical steps for employers to take in the next few months.

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Employment law cases to look out for in 2017

Neill Thomas Wednesday, February 8, 2017

2017 will be a busy year for the courts as they hear a number of cases likely to have a significant impact in a number of areas of Employment Law.

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Thomas Mansfield represents Claimant in Breach of Privacy Action against the Police

Neill Thomas Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Thomas Mansfield acted for Andrea Brown in claims for breach of data protection and human rights law, misuse of confidential information and misfeasance in public office against the Metropolitan Police and Greater Manchester Police.

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TUPE: Single employee can amount to an organised grouping

Meredith Hurst Wednesday, February 25, 2015

The term 'organised grouping' in TUPE suggests that more than one employee must be dedicated to a service provision. Not so, says the Court of Appeal in Rynda (UK) Ltd v Rhijnsburger [2015].

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