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|1 Aug 2012||Managing regulatory risk in employment regulation||Daniel Oudkerk QC, Jane McCafferty and Amy Rogers, 11KBW||The regulatory risk inherent in litigation has always been firmly on the radar of lawyers acting in regulated sectors. For clients in these sectors, litigation that impugns the integrity of senior exe...|
|1 Jun 2011||Editorial - June 2011||Alex Lock, editor||The reformists continue their march towards a new utopia, so some quarters of the government would have us believe. Hot on the heels of the closing date for consultation on the government's proposals ...|
|1 Aug 2005||In Brief - Delays to TUPE||David Cubitt, Osborne Clarke||The recently announced delay to the implementation timetable for the new TUPE regulations is due to the high volume of responses to the Department of Trade and Industry consultation exercise. It is wo...|
|1 Apr 2013||Government does not intend to legislate to protect caste discrimination||Tariq Sadiq, St Philips Chambers||The recent ET case of Begraj v Heer Manak Solicitors brought to the fore the question of whether caste discrimination is unlawful under the EqA.|
|1 Sep 2007||GAB Robins v Triggs||Monica Kurnatowska, partner, and Stephen Ratcliffe, associate, employment department, Baker McKenzie LLP||The recent EAT decision in GAB Robins v Triggs is the EAT's first attempt to apply the "Johnson exclusion area'' to a constructive dismissal scenario.|
|1 Oct 2012||Disciplinary proceedings: a second bite of the cherry?||Alison Frazer, Queen Square Chambers||the recent case of Christou & anor v London Borough of Haringey the EAT held that where an employee is disciplined twice for matters arising out of the same facts and the second set of proceedi...|
|1 Aug 2009||Can a Member of an LLP also be an Employee?||Chris Tutton, Irwin Mitchell LLP||The question for the Employment Appeal Tribunal in Kovats v TFO Management LLP & anor was whether a member of a limited liability partnership could also be an employee.|
|1 Sep 2003||Right in Law, Wrong in Life||Karen Tickner||The purpose of Platform is to allow members to express their personal views and does not necessarily reflect the views of ELA editorial board. We hope it will prompt discussion and debate.|
|1 Dec 2003||Age Discrimination||Joanne Dunlop and John Bowers QC, Littleton Chambers||The publication on 2 July of the Department of Trade & Industry’s consultation paper, Equality and Diversity – Age Matters, which outlined proposals for age discrimination legislation, has provoked co...|
|1 Jul 2011||The new public sector equality duty||Helen Mountfield QC, Matrix Chambers and Diya Sen Gupta, Blackstone Chambers||The public sector equality duty contained in s.149 of the Equality Act 2010 came into force on 6 April this year. It requires public authorities to give `due regard' to three `statutory equality needs...|