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Author: Stephen Levinson is a partner and head of employment law at Maclay Murray & Spens, London
Resource type: ELA Briefing
I have commented in the past on the necessity to make it easier for clients to recognise a specialist employment lawyer. The issue has not been taken up with any enthusiasm to the great frustration of a number of individuals who have been pressing for a change.
Author: Stephen Levinson is a partner and head of employment law at Maclay Murray & Spens, London
Resource type: ELA Briefing
The final version of the regulations to implement the flexible working rules has been published and comes into effect on 6 April 2003. There can be few better examples of over-regulating a halfhearted measure.
Author: Stephen Levinson is a partner and head of employment law at Maclay Murray & Spens, London
Resource type: ELA Briefing
The new boss of the Employment Appeal Tribunal likes to get things done. Within a short time of his appointment Mr Justice Burton issued a new practice direction to improve procedures and reduce the backlog of cases. Many of the changes are designed to remove some of the tasks of EAT staff and impose extra burdens on litigants. On balance, if the changes result in less delay, that may be a fair trade. The new direction is now in force.
Author: Rachael Wright, Osborne Clarke and Paul Daniels, Russell Jones & Walker
Resource type: ELA Briefing
Rachel Wright and Paul Daniels recently attended, as ELA representatives, a Department for Trade and Industry (DTI) roundtable on employee status. ELA Briefing readers may recall that, earlier this year, the government released a discussion document seeking views on the potential effects of, and justification for, extending the current framework of statutory employment rights to those working people who may be currently excluded from them.
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Author: Paul Statham, Pattinson & Brewer Paul Statham had conduct of the dockworkers’ claims from the initial tribunal hearings to the European Court of Human Rights
Resource type: ELA Briefing
The case of Wilson, Palmer & ors v The UK Government [2002] IRLR 568 stands as a landmark decision that may have wide-ranging ramifications for collective labour legislation in the United Kingdom. For the first time the European Court of Human Rights has upheld the claim by trade unions and their members that there has been an infringement of Article 11 of the European Charter of Human Rights. Paul Statham reports
Topics: Trade unions
Author: Catherine Taylor, Olswang
Resource type: ELA Briefing
Much is currently being made in the press of the new right to request flexible working introduced by the Employment Act 2002. In particular, commentators have decided it will fuel a pay-off culture, even though the new right will in itself result in a maximum award to the employee of only £2,080 ( ie eight weeks’ pay at the weekly rate of £260). Catherine Taylor reports
Author: Michael Rubenstein, Editor of Industrial Relations Law Reports and co-editor of Equal Opportunities Review
Resource type: Lecture Notes
Author: Daniel Ornstein, Herbert Smith
Resource type: ELA Briefing
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