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    Indirectly discriminate LTIP rules?

    by Michael Nadin - Employment law specialist Background Mr Fasano was employed by Reckitt Benckiser Health Ltd (RB Health). He was eligible to participate in a long term incentive plan (LTIP).  The case related to an award of shares under…

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    Your Legal Rights When Facing Redundancy

    Redundancy can be a painful experience and it is important for employees to know their rights and eligibilities should it happen to them. Here’s a brief overview of some frequently asked questions when it comes to redundancy and employment law.…

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    New regulations on working time and TUPE

    The government publishes “amending” regulations to change the Working Time Regulations (WTR) and the Transfer of Employment (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE) The government has published the Draft Employment Rights (Amendment, Revocation and Transitional Provision) Regulations 2023 which will amend…

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    What is Commercial Property Law?

    People are likely to deal with residential property law at least once in their lives, such as when moving house or inheriting property. While processes can be similar, there are a different set of nuances and variables when dealing with…

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    The Battle of Names

    The Battle of Names: AXA v AWT - High Court Upholds Company Names Tribunal Decision The High Court (a Senior Court of England and Wales) recently had to determine whether the Company Names Tribunal was right in its decision to…

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    By Royal Assent!

    The Workers (Predictable Terms and Conditions) Bill has received Royal Assent! On 18 September 2023, the Workers (Predictable Terms and Conditions) Bill received Royal Assent, becoming the Workers (Predictable Terms and Conditions) Act 2023 (Predictable Terms Act). The new legislation…

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