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|8 Feb 2006||Court of Appeal holds Modern Apprenticeship can be contract of apprenticeship||Employment News||The Court of Appeal, in the case of Flett v Matheson, has suggested that a Modern Apprenticeship arrangement can constitute a common law contract of apprenticeship.|
|15 Jan 2007||Employers? sigh of relief over agency workers||Employment News||In James v Greenwich Council, the EAT (Elias P presiding) upheld the finding of an employment tribunal that the claimant, whose services were supplied to the respondent by an employment agency, was no...|
|Liquidated Damages or a Penalty?|
|Servants of God in Employment|
|1 May 2008||Variations in the contract of employment||Ian Ridd, Farrar's Building||ELA Briefing||The EAT decision in Robinson v Tescom Corporation illustrates the importance to employees of understanding the courses of action open to them when an employer unilaterally imposes changes in the contr...|
|19 Jun 2008||The Fundamentals of Contract Law||Sally Johnson, Lewis Silkin||Lecture Notes|
|1 Oct 2008||Enfield Technical Services v Payne; Grace v B F Components||Felicia Epstein, Pattinson & Brewer Solicitors||ELA Briefing||In Tinsley v Milligan, Lord Goff stated: "The principle [of illegality] is not a principle of justice; it is a principle of policy whose application is indiscriminate and so can lead to unfai...|
|21 Oct 2008||Commercial lease does not automatically transfer under the Acquired Rights Directive||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News|
|1 Jan 2009||FSA issues for employment lawyers||Oliver Assersohn, Outer Temple Chambers||ELA Briefing||As heads roll across the square mile, lawyers are working with an increasing number of cases from the financial services sector. The rules of the Financial Services Authority affect individuals employ...|
|23 Feb 2009||Intention to deceive not necessary element of a sham contract||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News||In Protectacoat Firthglow Ltd v Szilagyi the Court of Appeal has held that, in order for a court or tribunal to find that an agreement is a sham, there is no need for it to find that the parties inten...|