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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.

The Living Wage and other Employment Law Changes

As is standard for this time of year, there are a number of legislative changes which will take effect in April 2016 which employers should be aware of. The most publicised of these is the introduction of the National Living Wage.

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The Tribunals (Scotland) Bill: The Death of the Employment Tribunal in Scotland?

Marie MacDonald, Head of Employment at Miller Samuel Hill Brown was recently asked to write an article for the Thomson Reuters Practical Law Employment Blog on the current proposals for devolution of the employment tribunal in Scotland.

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Vicarious Liability and Assault by Employees

The Supreme Court recently delivered its decision in a case which will have significant consequences for employers potential liability for the actions of its employees within the workplace. In A Mohamud v WM Morrison Supermarkets plc, an employer was found vicariously liable for an assault by one of their employees on a customer.

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"Ask the Expert" Employment Law Seminar - Wednesday 23rd March 2016

Miller Samuel Hill Brown LLP and Syme Drummond would be delighted if you could join us at our next "Ask the Expert" employment law seminar, which is taking place at 29, Royal Exchange Square on Wednesday 23rd March (12.30 start).

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