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Employment Law Update: five issues to watch in 2019

If the last 12 months are anything to go by, 2019 promises to be eventful and packed with employment law change.

Louise Singh
Louise Singh Associate

LEGAL COMMENT: European Court of Justice rules that Article 50 can be revoked

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled the UK can revoke Article 50 and halt Brexit without the permission of other member states.

Elaine McIlroy - Glasgow employment lawyer
Elaine Mcllroy Partner

Weightmans appointed to government legal services panel

National law firm Weightmans has been appointed to the government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) Wider Public Sector Legal Services panel.

Martin Forshaw
Martin Forshaw Partner

Businesses urged to mind the gap on Equal Pay Day 2018

Businesses need to do more than ever to promote equal pay as the date of Equal Pay Day stalls for third year, according to lawyers at national law…

Jawaid Rehman
Jawaid Rehman Partner

IR35 – Signposted changes for April 2020

One of the announcements in the recent Autumn Budget concerns the legislation commonly referred to as IR35.

Mark Leach
Mark Leach Partner

Ethnicity pay gap reporting: the Government consults

The Government has published a consultation paper on introducing mandatory pay gap reporting on ethnicity grounds.

Paul McFarlane
Paul McFarlane 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

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