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DFA Law - Michael Nadin

The P & O Ferries situation

By Michael Nadin - Employment Law Associate P&O Ferries’ controversial mass sacking of employees on Thursday 17 March 2022 You may have seen in the national press recently that P&O fired 800 employees on Thursday 17 March 2022 and announced…

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Payment diversion fraud: conveyancing

Source: The Law Society Joint guidance from the National Crime Agency, Action Fraud, the National Economic Crime Centre and the Law Society explains how you can protect yourself from fraud when buying or selling a home. Criminals are actively targeting…

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Indirect discrimination costs estate agency

Mrs A. Thompson –v- Scancrown Ltd, trading as Manors In a case that received widespread media coverage, a former estate agent was awarded £184,961.32 in compensation following finding of indirect discrimination in relation to failure to grant flexible working request By…

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DFA Law - Michael Nadin

Did a job advert breach the Equality Act ?

Can Job Adverts breach the Equality Act 2010? By Michael Nadin - Employment Law Specialist In a recent job advert (that was quickly deleted) a Lancashire football club sought a new general manager and made it clear that flexible working…

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Employment law blog – by Michael Nadin

A former nursery manager Simone Cousins from Northampton has won an Employment Tribunal claim against her former employer The Nannery Limited. The successful claims were for discrimination, harassment and victimisation on the grounds of pregnancy, unfair dismissal and unreasonable refusal…

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