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Employment Law Update January 2020

29 January 2020

Welcome to the January 2020 Employment Law Update. We hope that you will find this informative and useful in keeping you up to date.

This edition covers the following topical issues:

  • Another setback for the gig economy as a courier is found to be a ‘worker’ (view article)
  • Workers have TUPE protection, says the Employment Tribunal (view article)
  • An employer’s first steps in enforcing restrictive covenants may subsequently impact their ability to obtain an injunction (view article)
  • Ethical veganism is a philosophical belief (view article)
  • An investigation hearing does not need to be conducted in disciplinary proceedings (view article)
  • Immigration legal update January 2020 (view article)

If you would like any additional information relating to any of the articles, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our Employment Team.

Further Reading
  • Employment Law Update June 2019 (view page)
  • Employment Law Update April 2019 (view page)
  • Employment Law Update January 2019 (view page)
  • Employment Law Update August 2018 (view page)
  • Employment Law Update October 2018 (view page)
  • Employment Law Update January 2018 (view page)
  • Employment Law Update September 2017(view page)