Analysis Legal in Legal 500 Leading Firm 2019

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For the third consecutive year, Analysis Legal has been independently recognised as a leading firm for employment law. Legal 500 says Analysis Legal LLP is ‘an excellent employment focused firm made up of knowledgeable and experienced employment lawyers with an excellent pedigree. It contains a deep bench of committed and commercially savvy lawyers who are […]

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Hot Topics Summer 2018

Hot topics Summer 2018 With the Government focused firmly on Brexit, you could be fooled into thinking that there was little else happening at present but the last few months have witnessed some interesting new developments in employment law…. Click the link above to see more Catherine Parkinson

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Taxation of termination payments

Taxation of termination payments Changes in the way in which termination payments are taxed will come into force from 6 April 2018. The key changes are: • Currently, if an employer makes a “payment in lieu of notice” or “PILON” to an employee who is leaving, and there is no right in the employee’s contract […]

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An early Christmas present from the CJEU?

The latest judgment in the holiday pay case law saga has sent again sent ripples through the HR and employment law community and has the potential to prove costly for some employers. Mr King worked for The Sash Window Company Limited from 1 June 1999 until 6 October 2012, when he retired.  Throughout that period […]

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Asda loses its appeal in the initial stages of a multiple equal pay case

Asda has been in the news recently regarding an equal pay case in the Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”).  The case has been brought by a group of predominantly female shop workers who are claiming equal pay to a group of largely male distribution workers.  Asda appealed an employment tribunal decision on a preliminary issue relating […]

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