Our bulletin this month looks at the application of the Braganza duty (that discretion in a contract must be reasonably exercised), new case law on TUPE and offshoring, the inclusion of pensions in compensation under employment law, part-time workers and proportionality, changes to trademark law, the Intellectual Property (Unjustified Threats) Act 2017 and ignorance being no defence under the Criminal Finances Act 2017. Our written bulletin can be accessed here and you can click the image below for our vlog.
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Our bulletin this month looks at Government reforms to the corporate governance regime to enhance public trust, the effectiveness of the limitation of liability clause, contractual liability for remedial works, employees’ rights to keep workplace emails private, constructive dismissal, tribunal fees, the announcement of the infringement decision against Ping Europe’s online sales ban and the Modern Slavery Act 2015. Our written bulletin can be accessed here and you can click the image below for our vlog.
Our bulletin this month looks at the new Small Business Commissioner (SBC) service available from October, the Data Protection Bill, case law regarding employment tribunal fees being a bar against access to justice, the Court of Appeal ruling on the multi-factorial approach to the public interest question, workers being personally liable for whistleblowing detriment dismissals and holiday pay. Our written bulletin can be accessed here and you can click the image below for our vlog.