The Appointment of Litigation Friends

The appointment of litigation friendsThe Appointment of Litigation Friends The Employment Appeal Tribunal held, in Jhuti v Royal Mail, that a rule can be applied into tribunal rules to provide for the appointment of a litigation friend. Vulnerable individuals …

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Sickness Absence and Holiday Pay

Sickness Absence and Holiday Pay In the recent EAT case of Sood Enterprises v Healy it was held that additional annual leave cannot be carried forward into the next leave year, unless there is an …

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Holiday Pay – Court of Appeal rules on whether holiday can be carried over

Holiday Pay – Court of Appeal rules on whether holiday can be carried over The Court of Appeal has recently announced its decision in the case of NHS Leeds v Larner. Mrs Larner had been employed by NHS Leeds for 20 hours a week …

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Employer Liability for Violent Employees

Employer Liability for Violent Employees The Court of Appeal has recently considered two cases regarding the issue of when an employer is liable for the conduct of an employee (known as vicarious liability) where that …

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Employment status – Supreme Court ruling

Employment status – Supreme Court ruling Employment status has been in the headlines a lot over the years and particularly this year as there was a Supreme Court ruling on it in the case of Auto-Clenz …

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