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Feb
06
2017
Feb
02
2017

Brexit White Paper – what the Government says about immigration
#Immigration #Employment

Government's Brexit white paper lays out 12 principles...

Feb
02
2017

Stronger workplace protection for new and expectant mothers on the horizon?
#Employment

Clarkslegal specialist employment lawyers in London, Reading and throughout the Thames Valley...

Feb
02
2017

Government publishes guidance on apprenticeship funding
#Employment

We reported last year (Apprenticeship levy update) on the government’s plans to introduce an apprenticeship levy of 0.5% for all employers with a total annual payroll bill in excess of £3m. The start date for the new scheme, (6 April 2017), is almost upon us which has prompted the government to publish guidance on how the levy will actually work in practice. ...

Feb
02
2017

Redundancy shortly after TUPE was for an ETO reason
#Employment

In Davies v Droylsden Academy, the claimant was a lettings manager at a company which provided property services to Droylsden Academy. ...

Feb
01
2017

Forgiven Not Forgotten? Fair dismissal despite employer’s reliance on expired warning
#Employment

In Stratford v Auto Trail VR Ltd the EAT found a dismissal to be fair despite the employer’s reliance on earlier expired warnings....

Jan
31
2017

Can directors be disqualified for employing illegal workers?
#Immigration #Employment #Outsourcing & Supply Chain #Directors' Duties

The Immigration, Asylum & Nationality Act 2006 (“IANA 2006”), makes employers responsible for preventing illegal working in the UK. Section 35 of the Immigration Act 2016 allows the Home Office to commence criminal proceedings against employers who know or have reasonable cause to believe that they are employing someone illegally....

Jan
30
2017

Rostering is part of statutory negotiations with a trade union
#Employment

Recognition of Trade unions in the workplace ...

Jan
27
2017

Overseas Domestic Worker visa – a route which tolerates abuse and slavery?
#Immigration #Employment #Private Client

Migrant domestic workers are vulnerable to trafficking, exploitation, and abuse. ...

Jan
26
2017

Construction in 2017 (Part 2): Looking Ahead
#Construction

January is almost behind us and has certainly provided its fair share of interesting developments. Having recently published an article on what key themes we expect to see in 2017, we now highlight some of the significant developments to keep an eye out for over the remaining 11 months....

Jan
25
2017

Is VAT Payable on the Surrender of a Lease or the Exercise of a Break Clause?
#Real Estate

On the surrender of a Lease, it is always necessary to consider whether any VAT will be payable on any payment made by either the Landlord or the Tenant....

Jan
24
2017

Government Loses Brexit Appeal
#Clarkslegal

Attorney General Jeremy Wright, speaking on behalf of the government said "the government is disappointed with the outcome" of the judgment, but it will do everything it can "to comply with it"....

Jan
20
2017

Decision for the Landlord on the expiry of the Contractual Term of a Protected Lease
#Real Estate

For the Landlord of commercial premises who has granted a protected lease, what options are available at the expiry of the contractual term?...

Jan
20
2017

Bus company’s policy breached duty to make reasonable adjustments
#Employment

In the recent Supreme Court decision, First Group Plc v Paulley, a bus company was held to have failed in its duty, as a public service provider, to make reasonable adjustments when it requested that a non-disabled person vacate a designated wheelchair space but did not take steps to enforce this when she refused to move....

Jan
20
2017

SFO shows teeth in Rolls Royce bribery settlement
#Directors' Duties #Dispute Resolution #Outsourcing & Supply Chain

The High Court has approved a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) between Rolls Royce (RR) and the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in relation to widespread allegations of bribery and corruption over a 24 year period....

Jan
20
2017

Settling a dispute – does it mean an obligation to re-tender?
#Dispute Resolution

A recent decision of the ECJ has potentially concerning consequences for any public authority which finds itself in dispute with its supplier under a public contract....

Jan
19
2017

Could Type 2 diabetes be a disability under the Equality Act 2010?
#Employment

Under the Equality Act 2010, a person with a progressive condition (such as Type 2 Diabetes) has a disability if they “have a physical or mental impairment” which “has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities... as a result of the condition.”...

Jan
19
2017

Mobility clauses made to move aside
#Employment

In the recent EAT case Kellogg Brown & Root (UK) Ltd (KBR) v Fitton & Anor, the Claimants’ employment contracts contained a broad mobility clause requiring them to relocate, if required, within the UK or elsewhere. KBR’s disciplinary procedure considered a refusal to comply with reasonable instructions, such as the mobility clause, an example of misconduct. ...

Jan
17
2017

Clarkslegal advises Meridian Leisure Hotels on its latest acquisition of an internationally branded hotel
#Commercial #Corporate #Employment

News - Clarkslegal corporate team have advised successfully MLH in latest acquisition...

Jan
17
2017

What Employers need to know about Biometric Residence Permits
#Immigration #Employment

Valuable advice for employers on Biometric Residence Rermits and why you and HR must be familiar with these documents....

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