The case of Wileman v Lancaster & Duke Ltd highlights that small businesses cannot rely on a lack of administrative resources when it comes to having in place appropriate policies and procedures.
MT Højgaard A/S –v- E.ON Climate & Renewables UK Robin Rigg East Limited and another On 3 August 2017, the Supreme Court upheld the appeal of MT Højgaard, finding that a contractor was liable
The Court of Appeal has given important guidance on how to assess compensation for psychiatric injury in cases where a claimant’s injury has multiple causes. Where multiple factors, one of which is
Coglan v The Hideaways Clubs (UK) Ltd Ms Coglan worked as the office manager and PA to the CEO (Mrs Leach) at The Hideaways Club (UK) Ltd from 2 September 2013 until her resignation in
The Government introduced fees in the Employment Tribunals in 2013, which led to a significant reduction in claims (between 66-70%). Shortly after fees were introduced, UNISON issued a claim for
Changes introduced in 2013 prevented workers from bringing whistleblowing claims, having complained about a breach of their own contract of employment. Under the revised rules, the worker making the