Articles - DAC Beachcroft

Articles by Ceri Fuller

COVID-19: Impact of school closures and other recent developments employers need to know about

COVID-19: Impact of school closures and other recent developments employers need to know about

Following on from the Prime Minister’s announcement last night that schools will close for the majority of pupils from Friday, we look at the options ...

Employment Matters - March 2020

Employment Matters - March 2020

DAC Beachcroft's Employment Matters focuses on some of the most interesting cases and events occurring within the Employment Law sector.

Disability discrimination: EAT considers whether one-off acts amount to a provision, criterion or practice

Disability discrimination: EAT considers whether one-off acts amount to a provision, criterion or practice

One-off acts by an employer in the course of dealing with one employee can, but will not always, amount to a provision, criterion or practice (or “PCP ...

Whistleblowing: Court of Appeal holds employer not liable for making a false statement to third parties about a whistleblowing ex-employee

Whistleblowing: Court of Appeal holds employer not liable for making a false statement to third parties about a whistleblowing ex-employee

An employer who made a damaging false statement about a whistleblowing ex-employee to third parties in an attempt to set the record straight was not l ...

Unfair dismissal: EAT finds dismissal was unfair because the investigating officer failed to pass important information to the decision maker

Unfair dismissal: EAT finds dismissal was unfair because the investigating officer failed to pass important information to the decision maker

A dismissal for alleged sexual assault was unfair because the investigating officer failed to tell the decision maker that the complainant had withdra ...

Unfair dismissal: EAT considers whether it be fair to dismiss to avoid reputational risk

Unfair dismissal: EAT considers whether it be fair to dismiss to avoid reputational risk

It was fair to dismiss an employee to avoid reputational damage when he had been charged with a serious criminal offence even though the charges did n ...

Employment Matters for Health - March 2020

Employment Matters for Health - March 2020

DAC Beachcroft's Employment Matters focuses on some of the most interesting cases and events occurring within the Employment Law sector.

Family Friendly Rights: Webinar

Family Friendly Rights: Webinar

In this webinar, DACB Partner Louise Bloomfield and Legal Director Ceri Fuller discuss the upcoming changes to employment law in the UK

Employment Matters - February 2020

Employment Matters - February 2020

DAC Beachcroft's Employment Matters focuses on some of the most interesting cases and events occurring within the Employment Law sector.

6 April 2020: What is changing for Employers?

6 April 2020: What is changing for Employers?

Changes to statutory rates and employment related legislation are coming into effect from 6 April 2020.