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Food, Farming and Land Quarterly – Spring/Summer 2014

The latest edition of Food, Farming and Land Quarterly, discussing current issues in the sector.
04 June 2014

Supreme Court ruling on 'worker' status of LLP members

In an important decision for LLPs and members of LLPs, the Supreme Court has ruled that a member of an LLP is a 'worker' and therefore entitled to whistleblowing protection.
29 May 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

ECJ holds that commission should be included in the calculation of holiday pay; Supreme Court rules that an LLP member can be a ‘worker’; and more...
22 May 2014

EU Court of Justice rules that holiday pay calculations should include commission

In its judgment in Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd, The ECJ has held that commission should be included in the calculation of holiday pay in addition to basic salary.
21 May 2014

Courts uphold 12 month restrictive covenant

In two recent cases, the courts have been prepared to uphold a 12 month post termination non-compete restrictive covenant.
19 May 2014

New draft code of practice on preventing illegal working

A new draft code of practice on preventing illegal working has been laid before Parliament and is expected to come into force on 16 May 2014.
15 May 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

Timescales for providing employee liability information under TUPE have changed; Acas early conciliation procedure is now mandatory; draft codes of practice on preventing illegal working are laid out.
08 May 2014

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Legal Q&A: terminating fixed term contracts

The use of fixed-term contracts is widespread and while simple on the face of it, dealing with the expiry of a fixed-term contract is not always straightforward, as Choudhry explains.
07 May 2014

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Employer liability for employees acts: a special case

Peter Finding looks at the recent case of Kemeh v Ministry of Defence, and the potential implications for employers in an article written for Personnel Today.
07 May 2014

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Employment tribunals; early conciliation

Early conciliation of employment disputes seeks to settle potential claims before the employee issues their claim. This briefing considers what this means for employers facing potential litigation.
06 May 2014

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Shared parental leave

A new shared parental leave and pay system for children due or adopted from 5 April 2015 allows more flexibility on childcare during the first year. Our briefing explains the changes.
01 May 2014

Employment Edit - what's new in employment law

Early conciliation procedure becomes mandatory; county courts unify; DWP publishes guide to Direct Earnings Attachments; changes to timescales for providing employee liability information under TUPE.
24 April 2014
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