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Case Review: Sacked for stealing sweets won in Tribunal

Please see our video link here >> Tom Street & Co were recently instructed to assist a young man in connection with an unfair dismissal claim he wished to advance against his former employers. His employers were a high street retailer. He was dismissed for gross misconduct in connection with the alleged theft of extremely […]

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Time to brush up on your Social Media law?

The dangers in using Facebook and Twitter were highlighted again this week when people who tweeted alleged photos of child killer Jon Venables were likely to be charged with contempt of court. A simple tweet, a split-second decision when online, could result in criminal charges for some. Legal action is being taken against several people […]

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Case Review: Camden Council found guilty of direct race discrimination and creating a “remarkable racial divide”

An employment tribunal found in favour of a race discrimination claim from a long-standing council employee that Camden Town Hall had routinely hired staff based on the colour of their skin. The interesting case of Fraser Valdez has been called “obviously worrying” by the council and promises to review hiring procedures. The discrimination claim was […]

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ACAS launches consultation on settlement agreements

ACAS (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) has begun consultation on a statutory code of practice which will run in parallel with legislation on settlement agreements (formerly compromise agreements) which will make pre-termination negotiations inadmissible in an unfair dismissal claim. The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill will introduce a provision into the Employment Rights Act 1996, […]

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Personal Assistant, 52, told: “I need to trade you in for a younger model”

An employment tribunal found that Dawn Bailey, 52, was unfairly dismissed from her role as PA to the Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin, one of the world’s largest defence companies, after she developed depression and a chronic illness which left her short of breath and excessively tired. Stephen Ball, the 59-year-old CEO of the UK […]

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