Employment

Employment law has become increasingly more complex and is subject to regular change. Instructions accepted to advise and represent both employers and employees in matters including but not limited to:

 

  • Unfair and wrongful dismissals;

  • Discrimination;

  • TUPE transfers;

  • Redundancy;

  • Equal pay claims;

  • Working time regulations; and

  • Maternity and paternity leave.

 

Reported Case

 

Ellis v Ratcliff Palfinger Limited (EAT) LTL 07/10/14

 

The trial judge had taken into account section 57.A.2 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 and the test of reasonably practical. HHJ Birtles rejected Mr Ellis' perversity argument.

 

Significant Case

 

Mainline Media Limited -v- Scrivener. (Employment Appeal Tribunal)

 

Mrs Scrivener appealed against the Employment Tribunal’s decision that her employer was not under a duty to provide work by reason of her pay being in part bonus based. The EAT upheld the first instance decision.

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