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  • General Data Protection Regulation Seminar in Partnership with the BSA – Midlands 2018

    07 February 2018

    With new legislation on Data Protection coming into force on May 25, 2018 this seminar, planned in conjunction with The Boarding Schools' Association (BSA), is an opportunity for Governors, Heads, Bursars and Senior Leaders to gain a greater understanding of the impact and implications of the new legislation on your school and in particular, on the provision of boarding.…

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  • Divorce and Separation for Expatriates

    13 December 2017

    ​With families and relationships becoming ever more international, we are regularly consulted by people who have moved abroad as a family, often for work, only to find that living overseas is not all they had wished for.Inevitable strain may have been placed on their relationship or marriage which has then led to difficulties and the need for family law advice.If expatriates wish to divorce in England and Wales, but are still living abroad, they can usually still seek divorce and financial remedies ancillary to divorce through the English court. In addition, they may need to or may prefer to remain living overseas despite the breakdown in their relationship. …

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  • Worker Employment Status - Uber

    13 November 2017

    Readers will have seen the widespread reporting of the Employment Appeal Tribunal’s decision in the case of Uber BV & Others –v- Aslam & Others. The ruling has been widely reported as a “landmark” judgment on employment status particularly in relation to those workers and genuinely self-employed contractors working in the gig economy.…

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  • Autumn 2017 Update for Schools

    08 November 2017

    Welcome to the Autumn 2017 Update for Schools. We hope that you will find this informative and useful in keeping you up to date.…

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  • Too Much Information Does Not Make a Dismissal Unfair

    07 November 2017

    The Employment Appeal Tribunal (‘the EAT’) has recently ruled in an unfair dismissal claim that an investigation report will not have failed the Burchell test of reasonableness if the report contains too much information. The Claimant in this matter, Ms Pillar, was a nurse practitioner who had been employed by the Respondent, the NHS, since 2002. Ms Pillar’s role consisted of her receiving telephone calls from members of the public and her providing guidance to those who required medical assistance. Ms Pillar was required to ask the caller relevant questions to establish whether the caller was classed as a medical priority and to form an assessment of what sort of action should be taken. The outcome of the call could mean that the caller only required simple telephone advice or, for the more serious matters, an ambulance to be called.…

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  • Mental Health in the Workplace

    07 November 2017

    To celebrate World Mental Health Day in October this year, ACAS helpfully issued new guidance on ‘Promoting Positive Mental Health in the Workplace’ together with two short online guides titled ‘Dealing with Stress in the Workplace’ and ‘Managing Staff Experiencing Mental Health’.…

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  • Employment Law Update - November 2017

    07 November 2017

    Welcome to the November 2017 Employment Law Update. We hope that you will find this informative and useful in keeping you up to date.…

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