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2020

Real Estate Tip of the Week: Caution - enter at your own risk

Real Estate Tip of the Week: Caution - enter at your own risk

The recent case of Rees v Windsor-Clive has provided useful guidance on how a right of entry reserved to a landlord by a lease should be interpreted.

Employment Matters - August 2020

Employment Matters - August 2020

DAC Beachcroft's Employment Matters focuses on some of the most interesting cases and events occurring within the Employment Law sector. 1. Employment ...

Employment status: EAT upholds decision that cyclist dropped from Olympic training programme was neither an employee nor a worker

Employment status: EAT upholds decision that cyclist dropped from Olympic training programme was neither an employee nor a worker

A professional cyclist who participated in a training programme run by British Cycling was neither an employee nor a worker. THE FACTS At a young age, ...

Reasonable adjustments: Refusing to give a written undertaking to pay a severance payment in the future was a failure to make a reasonable adjustment

Reasonable adjustments: Refusing to give a written undertaking to pay a severance payment in the future was a failure to make a reasonable adjustment

The EAT has held that an employment tribunal could make a recommendation in a successful reasonable adjustments claim that the employer give an undert ...

Holiday pay: Should a profitability bonus be included in holiday pay calculations?

Holiday pay: Should a profitability bonus be included in holiday pay calculations?

The EAT has held that a profitability bonus should not be included in holiday pay for 1.6 weeks’ of the workers’ statutory holiday entitlement. THE FA ...

Furloughed workers: Job retention bonus and how to calculate statutory redundancy and notice payments for furloughed workers

Furloughed workers: Job retention bonus and how to calculate statutory redundancy and notice payments for furloughed workers

More details have been published about the Government’s Job Retention Bonus and legislation has come into force governing the calculation of statutory ...

Public sector exit payments

Public sector exit payments

We have already alerted you to the fact that the Government has resurrected the idea of caps to public sector exit payments. However, since our alert, ...

Employment Matters - Health - August 2020

Employment Matters - Health - August 2020

DAC Beachcroft's Employment Matters focuses on some of the most interesting cases and events occurring within the Employment Law sector. 1. Employment ...

Owning shares in a company will not guarantee you voting rights

Owning shares in a company will not guarantee you voting rights

On 13 March 2020 the High Court of Justice sanctioned a recommended cash offer by Anglo American PLC for the entire issued and to be issued share capi ...

Key Points on the Government's Planning for the Future White Paper

Key Points on the Government's Planning for the Future White Paper

A little later than expected but today sees the publication of what has been heralded by the Prime Minister and Housing Minister, Robert Jenrick, as a ...