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Latest News in Employment UK

  • April 17, 2024

    Ex-JPMorgan Analyst Liked 'Winding Up' Autonomy CEO, Jury Told

    A former JPMorgan stock analyst testifying Wednesday in the criminal fraud trial of former Autonomy CEO Michael Lynch said that he "took pleasure in winding up Lynch" and once even used a Hitler analogy to describe his performance, but said his critical coverage was never personal.

  • April 17, 2024

    Firefighter, Doctor Unions Lose Appeal Over Pensions Swap

    Trade unions representing firefighters and doctors lost an appeal Wednesday to help their members recover losses resulting from a change to pension plan rules after justices concluded that HM Treasury had the right to pass the cost on to scheme members.

  • April 17, 2024

    Gov't, Employers Face Pressure After Right To Strike Ruling

    The U.K. will face fresh pressure to improve protections for striking workers after the country's highest court declared Wednesday that part of a foundational trade union law is incompatible with employees' human rights.

  • April 17, 2024

    UK Wins Appeal Of Border Officer's Compressed Hours Case

    An appellate judge has told an employment tribunal to take another look at a pay discrimination claim by a Border Force officer against the security and immigration body, casting doubt on the earlier court decision to allow him to bring a second claim over the same pay policy.

  • April 17, 2024

    6,000 Tesco Workers Demand Documents In Equal Pay Case

    Thousands of Tesco staff whose equal pay claims have been stayed pending the outcome of a leading case argued in an appeal Wednesday that they should get all correspondence between the supermarket and the claimants in the lead case.

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Areas of Coverage

  • LITIGATION
  • U.K. employment tribunals, including the Employment Appeal Tribunal, including matters involving discrimination, wrongful dismissal, redundancy and whistleblowing
  • Cases in the High Court involving employment disputes such as breach of contract, employee poaching, noncompete clauses, theft of trade secrets or confidential information, employee classification, non-disclosure agreements and union activity
  • Disputes over pension schemes
  • Criminal enforcement actions brought by The Pensions Regulator, the Health and Safety Executive or against directors by The Insolvency Service
  • Any disputes relating to workers' rights stemming from Brexit between the EU and U.K.
  • HMRC enforcement efforts connected to employment income tax
  • AGENCIES
  • The Pensions Regulator
  • The Health and Safety Executive
  • Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate
  • Equity and Human Rights Commission
  • The Director of Labour Market Enforcement
  • Acas (the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service)
  • POLICY & REGULATION
  • Agency actions and rulings
  • Gender pay gap reporting
  • Industrial action
  • Legislation or regulation governing employment rights, national minimum wage, employment relations, maternity and parental leave, agency work regulations, health and safety at work

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  • Corporate counsel and compliance officers at Fortune Global 500+ companies
  • Human resources professionals
  • Trade unions
  • Information experts at law firms, agencies, and companies
  • Policymakers at government agencies
  • Judges and court staff across the UK
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