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Are vegetarians protected at work?

Are vegetarians protected at work?

Cecily Donoghue, specialist employment solicitor, considers the case of Conisbee v Crossley Farms, where an employment tribunal was asked to consider whether vegetarianism could be protected as a phil...

Gregg Latchams celebrates Carers Rights Day

Gregg Latchams celebrates Carers Rights Day

On Thursday 21st November, we will be hosting a Carers Rights Day afternoon tea at our Bristol office, in Queens Square, from 15:30pm-17:30pm. The free to attend event will see Heledd Wyn, Head of Lo...

Construction Breakfast is back by popular demand for Bristol industry leaders

Construction Breakfast is back by popular demand for Bristol industry leaders

Following October’s hugely successful Construction Breakfast hosted by Gregg Latchams, the Bristol law firm is inviting a different panel of industry and city specialists, including: John Wright, Di...

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...

We've hired our first Chief Operating Officer

We've hired our first Chief Operating Officer

We have hired our first Chief Operating Officer, Julian Dawson, to oversee business operations and improve client experience. Julian has over 15 years of diverse experience in IT, enterprise architec...

Cecily Donoghue, solicitor in Gregg Latchams’ Bristol employment team reports on a recent case where the Employment Appeal Tribunal considers issues arising from an injury to feelings award in a discrimination claim:  Komeng v Creative Support

Cecily Donoghue, solicitor in Gregg Latchams’ Bristol employment team reports on a recent case where the Employment Appeal Tribunal considers issues arising from an injury to feelings award in a discrimination claim: Komeng v Creative Support

If an employee wins a discrimination claim, the employment tribunal will award compensation for injury to feelings. There are three bands: top band for the most serious cases (currently £26,300 - £4...

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