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Listen to our employment podcast for February 2017.
21 February 2017
The Lord Chancellor's announcement on 7 December 2016 that she would announce the result of a review of the discount rate by the end of January 2017 led to an unsuccessful challenge, by Judicial Review, by the ABI in January 2017. As their application for leave to appeal has been refused, it is unlikely any further challenge will be made before the Lord Chancellor’s announcement, which we are now expecting in February. It could go up, down, or stay the same. The legislation providing for the rate to be fixed could also be amended, or not. The announcement, whatever it is, is eagerly awaited, and some would say, long overdue.
17 February 2017
In this note we summarise the models for a trade relationship with the EU which are most likely to inform the UK/EU negotiations following the Brexit vote.
17 February 2017
On 30 January 2017, Acas, jointly with the Government Equalities Office, published official guidance on gender pay reporting in the private and voluntary sector, alongside two one page factsheets and a template gender pay reporting notice. The guidance followed the publication of the final version of the gender pay reporting regulations at the end of last year together with the Government’s publication of the related response to consultation.
13 February 2017
Over the past four weeks we have finally received some degree of both political and legal clarification on what Brexit might mean.
07 February 2017
In R (Ferreira) v HM Senior Coroner for Inner South London & Ors the Court of Appeal has decided that a coroner was correct in his original decision that no jury was required for an inquest into the death of an incapacitated patient who died while she was in intensive care.
06 February 2017
Now that all the necessary regulations and guidance has been published, employers should be finalising their preparations for the new regime, which takes effect in less than two months’ time.
03 February 2017
What are the biggest issues for charities in 2017?
31 January 2017
In this note we explore what the EU Treaty says about the process of leaving, and what this means for the exit negotiations following the Brexit vote.
26 January 2017
Listen to our first employment podcast of 2017.
20 January 2017
In the run up to triggering Article 50 we review the likely implications for UK employment and immigration law.
19 January 2017
This note provides a summary of the main conditions a company has to satisfy in order to attract investment from venture capital trusts (VCTs) and individuals seeking tax relief under the enterprise investment scheme (EIS).
09 January 2017
We select our top 10 employment law themes of 2016 and make our related predictions for the year ahead.
05 January 2017
We bring you a round-up of some recent insurance litigation cases.
30 December 2016
The rules about costs in civil proceedings are nightmarishly complicated and keeping up with recent developments has become a full time job. We begin 2017 with an up-to-the-minute guide to some of the more confusing concepts.
30 December 2016
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