This week the US-based multinational bank, JP Morgan Chase is said to have warned its employees that they...Read more
I Have Cancer – What Are my Rights at Work?
The Equality Act 2010 protects employees and other workers against disability discrimination in the workplace. But first you...Read more
What Makes A Good Lawyer?
This is not the easiest question to answer given that it will depend on what kind of lawyer...Read more
Was it an Error of Law to Strike Out A Claim For Breach of an Unless Order?
Yes, said the EAT in Minnoch v InterserveFM Ltd and ors. An unless order is where a tribunal...Read more
Starting Early Conciliation via ACAS For Employment Tribunal Claims
Most litigants in person know that they must go through the mandatory ACAS early conciliation process if they...Read more
Is All This Talk Of Menopause In The Workplace Another Penalty For Women?
Everyone’s talking about menopause, particularly menopause in the workplace. This can only be a good thing. Gone are...Read more
Employment Rights of Police Officers
The news is awash with the findings of the Casey Review Report into the Metropolitan Police Service (the...Read more
I Am Thinking About Breaking My NDA. What Happens If I Do?
In recent years, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) have been in the spotlight. The Harvey Weinstein saga and related #metoo...Read more
My Case is at Risk of Strike Out. What Does This Mean?
The Employment Tribunal Rules allow a judge of their own initiative or either of the parties in a...Read more