Search our site.

Results will appear instantly.

Top results

  • No results!
View more

Top people

  • No results!
View more
0800 0284 396

Monthly Archives: January 2017

Employment Law Newsletter – January 2017

Happy New Year to those we have not spoken to yet this year. Although the festive season already feels like many moons ago and the Easter break is far away on the horizon, you will no doubt be kept occupied by thoughts of Brexit’s impending impact on businesses and the latest policies from across the... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Considering Expired Warnings in a Dismissal

The EAT in Stratford v Auto Trail VR Ltd (31 October 2016) had to consider whether dismissal for gross misconduct using expired warnings could be fair. The employee in this case committed an act that would normally only attract a final written warning, he had no current warnings but he did have a long disciplinary... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Mobility Clauses in Employment Contracts

The Employment Appeal Tribunal in Kellogg Brown & Root (UK) Ltd v (1) Fitton UKEAT/0205/16 and (2) Ewer (21 November 2016) had to consider appeals on a number of points including whether a mobility clause in a contract of employment allowed the employer to insist on a permanent move to another location. The mobility clause... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Is Type 2 Diabetes a Disability?

In the case of Taylor v Ladbrokes Betting and Gaming Ltd (16 December 2016) the EAT held that the Employment Tribunal had failed to properly consider whether Type 2 Diabetes was a progressive condition amounting to a disability under the Equality Act 2010. The Tribunal erred in focusing on the claimant’s health in the timeframe... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Bringing a Claim after Signing COT3

The EAT held that a second claim for disability discrimination could be brought by an employee even though a COT3 form had been used to settle the employee’s earlier claim. In the case of Department of Working Pensions v Brindley (17 November 2016) the employee brought a second claim for disability discrimination against her employer,... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Edward Moss – solicitor in our Personal Injury team – asks: Have You Been Ill Whilst On A Package Holiday?

Have you been ill whilst on a package holiday?  If so, British law may be able to help. If you have booked a package holiday and you become ill whilst abroad then you may be able to rely upon the Package Travel Regulations.  It could be possible to pursue a claim in England even though... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Robert Parkinson – solicitor in our Property department – considers whether house prices will rise in 2017

UK house price growth appeared to remain stable throughout 2016. According to Zoopla, house prices grew much faster in eastern England and also the West Midlands. However, it has been reported that house prices in London fell by 8.7% (according to Rightmove) over the past year and it was below the UK’s average for the... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Edward Moss – solicitor in our Personal Injury team – discusses Dog Bite Claims

Official statistics show that over the course of the last 10 years, hospital admissions following attacks by dogs have increased by 76%.  Man’s best friend is quickly becoming a nuisance! Many now question whether enough is being done to protect the public and to punish irresponsible owners. If you have been a victim of an... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Kate Oldfield – managing partner and head of Personal Injury – discusses Fraudulent Personal Injury Claims

FRAUDULENT CLAIMANTS BEWARE Earlier this year the Supreme Court handed down judgment in the case of Zurich -v- Hayward.  This is an important decision of principle for personal injury cases in which fraud has been alleged. Facts In June 1998 Mr Hayward, who was then 35, had an accident at work.  He was employed as... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Holly Rogalski – trainee solicitor in our Private Client team – asks: What’s the difference between an Enduring Power of Attorney and a Lasting Power of Attorney?

There is often some confusion about the differences between an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) and a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA). Both EPAs and LPAs are documents that allow you to appoint a person to act on your behalf (as an attorney) and make decisions for you if you are unable to make decisions... Read the rest of this entry →

Posted in , |

Send to a friend

To send this page to a friend, simply complete the form below. Don't worry, we won't store or use your e-mail address for any purpose other than to send the e-mail.