Employment Tribunal judgments on-line service launched

The Ministry of Justice has launched its new website, where all Tribunal judgments will be published. There are already over 100 up on the site. The cases are searchable by the name of the parties, the date, judgments or the… Read on

Update on gender reporting legislation

The gender pay reporting legislation, requiring companies with 250 or more employees to publish data about their gender pay situation is expected to come into force in April 2017. We have previously reported on the contents of the draft regulations. … Read on

Autumn Statement 2016: employment changes

Phillip Hammond’s autumn statement has announced several important changes in the employment law sphere. Employee shareholders The government has announced a dramatic roll-back from its much heralded employer shareholder scheme of 2013. They say the reason for this is that… Read on

Summary of the Brexit Judgment on Art. 50

We summarise the High Court’s momentous decision in R (Miller) v. Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, historically one of the UK’s most significant constitutional cases. Background This claim was brought by 2 individuals in order to establish… Read on

Another substantial slump in Tribunal claims

Employment Tribunal claims have plunged by 100,000 – or 9,000 claims a month – since fees were introduced in 2013, new statistics show. TUC analysis shows that claims in 2012/13 were 191,541, but in 2015/16 were only 83,031. Discrimination claims,… Read on

Gov’t Paper: Brexit and Employment Law

The government has published a very brief guide entitled ‘Brexit: Employment Law’. Essentially, this paper makes no further remarks in addition to those we made in our recent blog post. The paper does make it clear what the government’s position… Read on

“Brexit” – implications for employment law

With the IN/OUT referendum looming, the possibility of a “Brexit” is more present than ever. What would the implications of a “Brexit” be for UK employment law? EU law pervades practically every area of UK employment law. It could potentially… Read on

The London office is open for business

Springhouse, 160 Fleet Street, is now open and ready for business where Partner, Yeing-Lang Chong will be heading up the team. We hope that our single focus on employment law and personal approach will sit well in central London, both… Read on