• October 2013

    In USDAW v Ethel Austin Ltd (in administration) and another case the EAT has granted the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills permission to appeal against its decision (Brief 977) that the words ‘at one establishment’ in S.188 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 must be deleted to ensure[…]

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    Recent changes to the law mean that you now have to pay a fee to make a claim to an Employment Tribunal. Depending on the claim you’re making, you’ll either have to pay fees for a Type A claim or a Type B claim. For each claim, there will be two sets of fees to[…]

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    The Prime Minister’s ‘Business Taskforce’ of ‘six heavy-hitters from the UK business community’ has presented 30 recommendations for cutting EU ‘red tape’. The report makes recommendations in several areas, including employment law. Among other things, it proposes establishing a presumption that micro-enterprises will be exempt from new employment law proposals. The report states that the[…]

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