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This month, we talk about: Disciplinary appeals - Patel v Folkestone Nursing Home Ltd; Report on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace; Justifying discrimination arising from disability - Ali v Torrosian and others; Brexit and employment law.
Taylor Walton will be holding free employment law workshops at the end of February/ beginning of March in relation to what should be included in a staff handbook and its legal implications.
Following the Supreme Court’s ruling that the employment tribunal fee regime was unlawful, a rise in the number of claims or complaints made by employees is likely.
The new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) will have effect in the UK from 25 May 2018. It is expected that the obligations imposed by the GDPR will continue to apply post Brexit.
There are various reasons why a company would want to remove a shareholder. It could be that the shareholder is considering other investments or perhaps need their money for personal reasons. It could also be due to the death of a shareholder or in some instances, a dispute between the company an