New non-statutory guidance on character education for pupils
Can schools backdate deletion from the register to the start of a pupil’s absence?
What the Queen’s Speech means for Employment and Immigration Legislation
Statutory employment law changes to watch out for in 2020
Employment Status - EAT considers whether the right to provide a substitution to perform work meant a delivery driver was not a worker - Stuart Delivery Ltd v Augustine
Court of Appeal considers the limit of suffering detriment in employment for the purposes of a whistleblowing claim - Tiplady v City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
EAT confirms that a separate investigatory hearing is not always needed in a disciplinary process - Sunshine Hotel v Goddard
Samira Ahmed wins equal pay claim against BBC in the Employment Tribunal - Samira Ahmed v BBC
Defendant acquitted of making indecent images
Sentencing for possession, distribution, or production of illegal images
Banning parents’ access to the school premises
Not paying ‘London Allowance’ to officer on maternity leave is direct sex discrimination - City of London Police v Geldart
Employer not entitled to rely on negative right to work check notice to withhold pay and work - Badara v Pulse Healthcare Limited
Court of Appeal upholds injunction preventing industrial action as union interfered with the ballot - Royal Mail Group Limited v Communication Workers Union
Supreme Court holds employers can liable for automatic unfair dismissal, even if unaware that it was for whistleblowing - Royal Mail Group Ltd v Jhuti
Employer fails in claim against credit controller for transferring £200,000 to fraudsters - Peebles Media v Patricia Reilly
Employee’s Human Right of freedom of expression vs their confidentiality obligations - Herbai v Hungary
SEND Tribunal Coverage of Social Care and Health Provision extended
Intellectual Property FAQs
Changes in Scotland’s charity sector
Whistleblowing – A practical guide for charities
Is the charity sector becoming increasingly susceptible to cyber-crime?
Teacher Misconduct and referrals to the Teacher Regulation Agency
Discipline in schools: from ‘isolation rooms’ to ‘community service’ – what is reasonable
The Property Expert’s Guide to Finding the Perfect Home
The dangers of DIY divorce
Changes to the ISI inspection framework for independent schools with early years settings (EYFS)
Married, separated, divorced - what happens to a Will?
Perverting the Course of Justice - a Stitch Up
Sexual Harm Prevention Orders - A Convenient Necessity?
Therapy for Internet Sex Offenders: Too little too late?
Where now for Dark Justice?