Please browse and download material from our extensive library of updates providing expert analysis on a wide range of legal issues and topics.
Brexit- Immigration Update
Despite the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, there are steps employers can take now in order to retain their existing workforce in the UK.
Uber loses appeal, but gains first judicial support
The Court of Appeal has upheld the decision of the EAT that Uber drivers are “workers” and therefore entitled to certain rights.
Can an employer ever dismiss an employee on long term disability benefits?
The EAT decision in Awan v ICTS reminds us of the difficulties faced when seeking to dismiss an employee who's absent on sickness benefits.
Effective recruitment – are unpaid work trials lawful?
The Government has now issued some guidance on when employers may use unpaid work trial periods in their recruitment processes.
Workers who do not take holiday do not automatically lose it
The ECJ has handed down an important decision on carrying over holiday with significant consequences for employers
The Modern Slavery Act – is it going to have more of an impact?
On 30 July 2018, the Home Office announced that they were launching an independent review of the Modern Slavery Act.
As ACAS note, “drink fuelled behaviour is the root cause of many tribunal claims each year.”
New Cypriot immigration rulings
Citizenship and residence programmes by investment are becoming more popular with high net worth clients who require freedom.