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Feb
07
2019

Michael Sippitt Awarded Leading Human Resources Individual Outside of London at Legal 500 UK Awards 2019
#Employment #Press #Clarkslegal

Michael Sippitt, Chairman of Clarkslegal LLP and Director of Forbury People, Clarkslegal’s subsidiary HR consultancy, was delighted to accept his award as the leading ‘Human Resources Individual Lawyer outside of London’, at last night’s Legal 500 UK Awards 2019 in London....

Feb
07
2019

Building a safer future—the government’s building and fire safety implementation plan
#Construction

Construction analysis: In December 2018, the government published its implementation plan for fundamental reform of the building and fire safety regulatory system. ...

Feb
06
2019

ISO 19650 – new BIM standard
#Construction

In January 2019, a new international standard for Building Information Modelling (BIM), BS EN ISO 19650 1&2:2018 “Organization of information about construction works – Information management using building information modelling”, was published....

Feb
01
2019

Liquidation and adjudication – the Court of Appeal revisits M J Lonsdale
#Construction

Adjudication is a relatively quick and cheap way of determining a construction claim. It is temporarily binding, meaning that with limited exceptions, it will be enforced by the courts unless and until it is overturned in subsequent litigation....

Feb
01
2019

Asda Case Update: Shop floor workers can compare themselves to distribution staff
#Employment

Yesterday, the Court of Appeal in Asda Stores v Brierley ruled that female shop workers could compare themselves to male colleagues working in distribution centres. ...

Jan
31
2019

Preparing for the post-Brexit immigration System: Applying for a Sponsorship Licence under Tier 2
#Immigration #Inward Investment

A key proposal of the new immigration system destined to start in 2021 is streamlining of the Sponsorship Licencing System under Tier 2 of the Immigration Rules. The Sponsorship Licencing System is currently a key resource available for businesses across the UK to sponsor non-EU nationals from across the world. ...

Jan
31
2019

Employment law developments to prepare for in 2019
#Employment

Back in August 2018, the government published its report on “Workplace Rights If There's No Brexit Deal”, which is looking ever more likely, the closer we get to 29 March. ...

Jan
31
2019

Google hit with record fine under GDPR
#Data Protection #Employment

Google LLC has been fined 50 million euros by CNIL (the French data protection regulator and ‘lead authority’ in this matter) for breaches of GDPR. ...

Jan
30
2019

EU Immigration from 30 March 2019 – No Deal Brexit
#Immigration #Inward Investment

The UK is now 2 months away from its exit date from the EU. However, it is yet to agree on what type of Brexit deal it wants from the EU. This means that there remains a significant chance of exiting the EU without a deal....

Jan
29
2019

Pregnancy and Maternity Discrimination: Consultation to increase protection for new parents
#Employment

The government announced its plans on Friday to provide greater protection for parents returning to work and pregnant women from redundancy in new legislation....

Jan
24
2019

Supreme Court to rule on enforceability of non-compete restrictive covenant
#Employment

Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd is due to be heard in the Supreme Court this week, serving as a reminder to employers about how carefully they must word a restrictive covenant....

Jan
22
2019

EU Settlement Scheme – ‘No cases refused’ - Private Beta Testing Report
#Immigration #Inward Investment

The Government has published its report on the second private test phase of the EU Settlement Scheme. The results show that out of the 90.7% decided cases, no cases were refused. The Government says that it has used the data from the 29,987 applications received over the 51 days of this test phase to improve the overall user experience....

Jan
22
2019

Right to Work checks after Brexit
#Immigration #Employment #Inward Investment

The 40-page AN EMPLOYER’S GUIDE TO RIGHT TO WORK CHECKS published by the Home Office on 29 June 2018, 2 years after the EU referendum and more than a year after the Article 50 trigger, has no references to Brexit. It does not therefore mention what employers would have to do if there was no deal. ...

Jan
21
2019

EU Settlement Scheme - Waiver of fee for EU Settlement Scheme
#Immigration #Inward Investment

Application fee for EU Settlement Scheme to be scrapped...

Jan
21
2019

EU Settlement Scheme – Public Test Phase of the EU Settlement Scheme Opens Today 21st January 2019
#Immigration #Inward Investment

If you are an EU national or a non-EU family member of an EU national then you can register to enter the public test phase of the EU Settlement Scheme which opens today. Unfortunately, citizens of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland will not be able to apply until the Scheme fully opens on 30 March 2019....

Jan
18
2019

Chairman Michael Sippitt wins Legal 500 UK Award 2019 as “Expert Practitioner” in Human Resources
#Employment #Press

Michael Sippitt, Chairman of Clarkslegal LLP and Director of Forbury People, Clarkslegal’s subsidiary HR consultancy, has won The Legal 500’s UK Award 2019 as the leading Human Resources individual lawyer outside of London....

Jan
18
2019

Building connections: the Internet of Things and construction
#Information Technology #Construction

There is a lot of talk about the “Internet of Things”, or IoT. But what does that actually mean – and what does that mean for the construction industry...

Jan
18
2019

Renewing your Certificate of Sponsorship (CoS) allocations for this year
#Immigration #Inward Investment

It is that of time of the year when most sponsors would have either received an email from UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) asking them to renew their CoS allocations or would have qualified for auto-allocation. ...

Jan
18
2019

Genuine substitution does not always rule out employee status
#Employment

For many years, the law has been clear that an unrestricted right to appoint a substitute is not consistent with employee status. ...

Jan
18
2019

Iceland in Minimum Wage Dispute
#Employment

Iceland have been accused by HMRC of underpaying their staff by £3.5 million a year for the last 6 years....

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