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Shared parental pay case: Supreme Court refuses permission to appeal

Shared parental pay case: Supreme Court refuses permission to appeal

Nick Jones, specialist employment solicitor and Head of Gregg Latchams’ employment team, considers the case of Chief Constable of Leicestershire v Hextall and the Supreme Court’s recent decision t...

New ACAS guidance on menopause

New ACAS guidance on menopause

Nick Jones, specialist employment solicitor and Head of Gregg Latcham’s Employment team considers recent ACAS guidance for employers on handling menopause issues among staff. Around 2 million women...

Conservative victory: What lies ahead for employment law?

Conservative victory: What lies ahead for employment law?

Following the Conservative Party’s success, Nick Jones and Cecily Donoghue, solicitors in Gregg Latchams’ Employment and Business Support team revisit the Tory election manifesto and the key emplo...

Disability Discrimination – when is an employee disabled?

Disability Discrimination – when is an employee disabled?

Nick Jones, specialist employment solicitor and Head of Gregg Latchams’ employment team reports on the recent case of Parnaby v Leicester City Council, where the employment tribunal considered wheth...

Developments in the Gig Economy – Nick Jones, employment solicitor and Head of Gregg Latchams’ Employment and Business Support team considers the recent case of B v Yodel, where important questions defining gig economy workers have been referred to the European Court of Justice.

Developments in the Gig Economy – Nick Jones, employment solicitor and Head of Gregg Latchams’ Employment and Business Support team considers the recent case of B v Yodel, where important questions defining gig economy workers have been referred to the European Court of Justice.

Worker status is the holy grail in the gig economy, including the fields of taxi rides, food delivery and courier services. Workers are entitled to certain employment rights such as the national minim...

Nick Jones, Bristol employment solicitor and Head of the Gregg Latchams’ employment team considers the recent case of Forbes v LHR Airport

Nick Jones, Bristol employment solicitor and Head of the Gregg Latchams’ employment team considers the recent case of Forbes v LHR Airport

Amy harasses Bill if she does something in relation to a protected characteristic (race, sex, disability etc) which has the purpose or effect of violating Bill's dignity or creating an intimidating, h...

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