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Weekly Review of Developments 19/3/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 19/03/2021 Never in educational history have so many parents been so pleased that schools will be reopening. This week's top stories: Supreme Court rules in Mencap 'sleep in' case. Legal Island is seeking a Content Writer to join our eLearning team. Contact Jayne@legal-island.com to find out more. Oh, and ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 12/3/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 12/03/2021 Unbelievable corporate governance news this week, as Terry Boot replaced Peter Foot as finance director at shoezone. That literally means that the boot is on the other foot. How that incredible story was missed this week is anybody’s guess, Oprah. This week's other top stories: Legal Island is see...
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Weekly Review of Developments 5/3/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 05/03/2021 It's a packed review today, so let's forget all the bad stuff out there and get straight to the week's top stories: Last chance to register for today's free 'Employment Law at 11' webinar. It's free and starts at 11.00 BTW, just in case you hadn't guessed. Seamus McGranaghan answers your employmen...
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Weekly Review of Developments 26/2/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 26/02/2021 Tiger isn’t out of the Woods yet but let’s hope he makes a full recovery and gets back to prowling around his workplace again soon. This week's top stories: In Case Reviews this week, Jason Elliott BL discusses an update from the EAT on the Firefighters Pension Scheme which upheld the decision of...
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Weekly Review of Developments 19/2/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 19/02/2021 It is a taxing day for Uber. One might even suggest that the gig is up, as the Supreme Court rules their drivers are workers. This week's top stories: The Supreme Court decision on the employment status of Uber drivers came out today. It has ramifications for many other employers and those who do...
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Weekly Review of Developments 12/2/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 12/02/2021 Who said lawyers can't be funny? If you haven't seen the lawyer who's not a cat, it'll cheer you up. If you have, it's worth another look on a bleak February day. This week's other top 'I'm not a cat' stories: In Case Reviews this week, Jason Elliott BL discusses an EAT decision that found that d...
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Weekly Review of Developments 5/2/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 05/02/2021 How are you? Yesterday was Time to Talk Day. If you know anyone who might be feeling a bit down at the moment (who isn’t?), Legal Island’s health champions have put together a few helpful ideas here. This week's top stories: Join us today at 11am for our regular 'Employment Law@11' webinar with Se...
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Weekly Review of Developments 29/1/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 29/01/2021 Over 100,000 C-19 deaths. The 5th worst figures in the world and the UK isn't even in the top 20 most populous countries. Scary. This week's top stories: Join us for our Employment Law Revision Webinar with Mark McAllister today at 11am. In Case Reviews this week, Jason Elliott BL discusses a r...
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Weekly Review of Developments 22/1/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 22/01/2021 All we wanted as a parting gift was that he'd pardon Joe Exotic, so we could get another series to watch in extended lockdown. Was that too much to ask for? This week's top stories: There’s still time to register for our free webinar with Mark McAllister on the 29th of January as he discusses his...
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Weekly Review of Developments 15/1/2021

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 15/01/2021 A quiet week for employment news, but our bulletin is still fuller than many a post-Brexit supermarket shelf. No panic reading required... This week's top stories: In Case Reviews this week, Jason Elliott BL discusses an interesting wages case in which a Claimant was awarded 100% of her wages for ...