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Employment Tribunal Fees: Jamie McCracken discussing Tribunal Fees and why the Supreme Court said they were unlawful

The Rule of Law and Access to Justice in Employment Tribunals

A discussion of the background to the imposition of fees in the Employment Tribunal and the declaration that they are in fact unlawful by the Supreme Court in R (on…

Supreme Court reviews the scope of vicarious liability

Sarah Hunwick reviews the Supreme Court judgments in the cases of:

Cox (Respondent) v Ministry of Justice (Appellant) [2016] UKSC 10 and Mr A Mohamud (in substitution for Mr A Mohamud (deceased)) (Appellant) v WM Morrison Supermarkets Plc (Respondent) [2016] UKSC 11.

Can you have a ‘health and safety expert’? The Supreme Court decides

Tom Restall analyses the decision in Kennedy v Cordia (Services) LLP [2016] UKSC 6.

The Supreme Court has recently decided whether or not a judge “abdicated his role as decision-maker” when he accepted the evidence of a ‘health and safety expert’. The…

Gaurang Naik successfully secures £2.625 million settlement for seriously injured Claimant at work

The Claimant, aged 41, was a delivery driver. The Claimant was delivering large stone slabs weighing about 350kg using a flatbed truck fitted with an A-frame upon which the slabs were loaded for delivery.

The Claimant proceeded to remove the straps which…

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