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From 6 April 2017, there will be an increase in compensation limits and minimum awards applying to certain awards of employment tribunals.
In JL v Archbishop Michael George Bowen & The Scout Association the Court of Appeal considered, amongst other issues, the trial judge’s decision to disapply limitation in the claimant’s favour.
The case of Dunn Motor Traction LTD (C) v National Express LTD (D)  EWHC 228 (Comm) QBD (Comm) has decided that an indemnity from the claimant’s shareholder (shareholder) does not give the same protection as after the event insurance (ATE) when deciding whether to grant an order for security of costs.
Yesterday the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy named 359 UK businesses which have failed to pay the National Minimum Wage (NMW) or the National Living Wage (NLW).
Further information has been published by the Home office in relation to the Immigration Skills Levy for Sponsors of non-EEA workers in the Tier 2 General and ICT categories, set to come into force on 6 April 2017.
Physical retail spaces are not just 'shops' anymore; barely 46% of consumers felt stores were useful for comparing products. Instead, browsing in a physical store is just one part of an overall consumer experience.
The key issue for the Supreme Court to decide is the definition of ‘attending school regularly’ for the purposes of the Education Act 1996.
The appeal to the Supreme Court in NA v Nottinghamshire County Council will be heard on 8 and 9 February 2017.
Zynstra, a specialist IT solutions provider, has published a white paper which looks at branch IT solutions for retailers.
In the case of Sharp v Leeds City Council (2017), the Court of Appeal found pre-action disclosure applications were not exempt from the EL/PL pre-action protocol fixed costs scheme
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