Lord Thomas has written a letter to say that Peter Herbert’s comments about racism in the judiciary should be investigated by a disciplinary panel.
Workers who had been blacklisted from the construction industry for their trade union activity have been given compensation by some of the UK’s largest firms.
Evidence from the police regarding a stalking allegation was used by an employer during their disciplinary process.
A Naval Commander’s right to privacy was not breached by a former colleague leaking to The Sun newspaper details surrounding his removal from office.
An ex-employee who breaches post termination restrictions in favour of their old employer may be liable to pay damages equivalent to the price they would have paid to be free of those restrictions.
Was it discriminatory to sack a wheelchair user for using racial slurs when complaining about accessibility?
A wheelchair user alleged that it was discriminatory for his employer to dismiss him for using racial slurs when he complained about an inaccessible meeting venue.
A court has held that a contract could be varied by an oral agreement between the parties, despite the earlier contract containing a clause to the effect that all subsequent variations must be in writing.
“Too many foreigners in the English game” has been cited by the Brazilian football legend Carlos Alberto as a reason for the English national side’s poor showings in international tournaments. Could Brexit give more English-born players a chance to play in the Premier League?
Employers aren’t obliged to carry on childcare vouchers under a salary sacrifice during maternity leave
An employer which offered childcare vouchers by way of salary sacrifice was not obliged to continue to pay them to an employee on maternity leave.
An employee’s complaint about her cramped working conditions may have been sufficiently in the public interest to amount to a whistleblowing disclosure.