Our blog provides you with updates and points of view on different aspects of law that can affect individuals and businesses.

Posts are written by some of our partners, senior solicitors and solicitors.

What to expect from Employment Law in 2020

15 January 2020

As the dust settles on the start of a new year, and indeed a new decade, we take a look ahead to what key changes will be made with regards employment law in 2020. We'll discuss the following:

  • IR35
  • Written Statement of Terms
  • Holiday Pay Calculations
  • Personal Bereavement Leave
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‘Divorce day’ brings with it a need for the best professional advice

06 January 2020

The first full working day of January has become known as ‘Divorce Day’ in some circles due to unhappy or separating couples wishing to make a change in the new year.

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Ethical veganism can be a “philosophical belief” (but won’t always be)

03 January 2020

The Equality Act 2010 protects people from discrimination based on their philosophical beliefs. In order to be protected, the belief must be:

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To frack, or not to frack? That is the question.

06 December 2019

Wilkin Chapman Partner James Lloyd, who is highly knowledgeable within the agricultural sector, looks at this controversial practice and its impact upon landowners.

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Is there a drastic change to TUPE on the horizon?

29 November 2019

An Employment Tribunal Judge, in a rather a surprising decision in the recent case of Dewhurst v Revisecatch and City Sprint, has held that those traditionally labelled under employment law as “workers” are entitled to the benefit of the provisions of Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (“TUPE”), as well as those who are traditional “employees”.

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