EU cases to retain role in UK employment law after Brexit, says new White Paper – Lexology (registration)


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EU cases to retain role in UK employment law after Brexit, says new White Paper
Lexology (registration)
Just in case you haven't seen this from the new White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill (where have you been?), here are a few paragraphs on the intended post-Brexit influence of the European Court of Justice (CJEU) on English employment law: 2.12 The …

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Brexit unlikely to dramatically change UK employment law – Director of Finance online

Brexit unlikely to dramatically change UK employment law
Director of Finance online
Fundamental changes to weekly working time legislation and bankers' bonuses could be on the cards if the UK votes for a Brexit in June. However, according to Daniel Pollard, partner at GQ Employment Law, employers looking for widespread “dramatic …

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A View From Across the Pond: The Gig Economy and Its Implications for UK Employment Law – The National Law Review

A View From Across the Pond: The Gig Economy and Its Implications for UK Employment Law
The National Law Review
If you use a smart phone, you've most likely contributed to the paradigm shift that is taking place as the modern workplace transforms to accommodate the preferences of consumers and those who provide service to them. Whether you prefer Gig Economy, …

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UK: The Top Ten Things You Should Know About UK Employment Law – Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

UK: The Top Ten Things You Should Know About UK Employment Law
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Due to these dynamic changes and in anticipation of what lies ahead, our UK employment team published the Top Ten Things to Know About the UK Employment Law Landscape in 2017. In this briefing, we highlight recent legal developments, look ahead to …

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Opinion: Balancing workers’ rights with the gig economy – Retail Week


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Opinion: Balancing workers' rights with the gig economy
Retail Week
On 10th February – and hot on the heels of the recent Uber and CitySprint cases – in Pimlico Plumbers v Gary Smith, the Court of Appeal has weighed in on one of the hottest topics in UK employment law – the 'gig' economy and the concept of worker status.

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Top Ten Things You Should Know About UK Employment Law – The National Law Review

Top Ten Things You Should Know About UK Employment Law
The National Law Review
Due to these dynamic changes and in anticipation of what lies ahead, we put together the Top Ten Things to Know About the UK Employment Law Landscape in 2017. In this briefing, we highlight recent legal developments, look ahead to what's coming in …

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UK Employment Law case updates – February 2017 – Lexology (registration)


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UK Employment Law case updates – February 2017
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The Court of Appeal has held that an employee's act of gross negligence, through dereliction of duty, can justify an employer's decision to dismiss them for gross misconduct. Mr Adesokan was employed by Sainsbury's as Regional Operations Manager and …

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What does Brexit mean for UK employment law? – Lexology (registration)

What does Brexit mean for UK employment law?
Lexology (registration)
It seems unlikely that UK employment law will be transformed in significant ways as a result of Brexit, at least in the short term. In the medium term, the government may start to tweak it to make it more business friendly and one or two laws may be

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What does Brexit mean for UK employment law? – International Law Office (registration)

What does Brexit mean for UK employment law?
International Law Office (registration)
It seems unlikely that UK employment law will be transformed in significant ways as a result of Brexit, at least in the short term. In the medium term, the government may start to tweak it to make it more business friendly and one or two laws may be

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