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Countdown to the disclosure pilot scheme: views from some architects of previous disclosure rules

First published on Practical Law Dispute Resolution ©2018 Thomson Reuters. Reproduced with the permission of the publishers.

Mark Surguy
Mark Surguy Partner

Supporting an employee struggling with their mental health: six simple steps

Louise Singh sets out six simple steps to identify and support an employee who may be suffering with mental health issues.

Louise Singh
Louise Singh Associate

Ill health retirement: Will a flawed procedure always be discriminatory?

Internal processes sometimes go wrong. But does this mean that an employee will always succeed in a discrimination claim?

Phil Allen
Phil Allen Partner

TUPE: Can we remove an employee allowance following a transfer?

If you have ever dealt with a TUPE transfer, you’ll be aware of the restrictions on making changes post-transfer.

Michael Ryley
Michael Ryley Partner

How do I know if my employee has a disability? Reasonable adjustments, disability discrimination and the question of knowledge

There are complex questions involved in establishing whether an employee meets the legal definition of disability.

Lee Rogers
Lee Rogers Associate

Who wants to live forever?

The Office of National Statistics has reported that life expectancy in the UK did not improve at all between 2015 and 2017, remaining at 79.2 years…

Dave Cottam
Dave Cottam Partner

What happens to your digital assets on death?

Rip Off Britain this week covered an area of law which is becoming increasingly prominent. When somebody dies, what happens to their 'digital…

James Clarkson
James Clarkson Solicitor

YH v Kirklees Council, Occupiers' Liability Act 1957

The defendant local authority was not liable for injuries suffered by a primary school pupil who fell when using play equipment in the school...

Peter Wake
Peter Wake Partner

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