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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.

8 Important Employment Law Cases in 2018

Following on from our blog last week focussing on the employment law legislation to be aware of in the coming 12 months, we turn our attention to highlighting eight cases in the field of employment law which will be decided by the courts and tribunals this year. We believe that each of these cases is likely to have real implications for employers and how they operate on a day to day basis.

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Employment Law in 2018

The start of a new year is a time for looking ahead and planning for what is to come in the next 12 months. To assist, this is the first of two blogs we will be posting this week considering what is going to be happening in the world of employment law in 2018.

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Employment Tribunal Fees – Refund Scheme

Background

Following on from our blog in July advising that the UK Supreme Court had ruled that employment tribunal fees were unlawful due to the limitations they put on access to justice, the pilot scheme for employment tribunal fee refunds has now been completed. Accordingly, the Refund Scheme is now live for claimants and respondents to apply for a refund if they paid fees in respect of a tribunal claim or appeal. This applies to everyone who paid fees since they were introduced four years ago.  

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The 12 Tips of Christmas for the Workplace

‘Tis The Season To Be Jolly, but for employers, it is important to stay aware of certain issues that can arise during the festive period. Here is our list of 12 top tips (one for each day of the festive season!!) to ensure everyone in the workplace has themselves a Merry Little Christmas!

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