BPE Solicitors, a leading Gloucestershire law firm, has appointed Rebecca Pike as a Senior Associate to the firm’s Family team
Gloucestershire business leaders were given a unique insight into the realities of a state-level cyber-attack, when representatives of the Estonian Government were the special guests of BPE Solicitors on 3 July 2018.
In this article Will Carter considers the case of Morris v Metrolink RATP Dev Ltd, which considers what acts can be construed as ‘trade union activities’ and, by extension, the possible consequences of an employer’s actions in relation to them.Read More
In this article, Sarah Lee considers a recent Employment Appeal Tribunal case on right to work, which decided that failing to offer an appeal to an employee who had been dismissed for not providing evidence of right to work was unfair. Sarah explains some key points from this case and refreshes your memory on how to approach right to work checks to avoid falling foul of employment law.Read More
In this article, we consider the case of Kocur v Angard Staffing Solutions Ltd, in which the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) considered whether agency workers should be granted the same leave and rest break entitlements as permanent employees who were paid a lower hourly rate of pay.Read More
In this article, Heyma Holmes reviews the recent case of Quintiles Commercial v Barongo, and considers whether a decision to dismiss is reasonable if prior warnings were not issued to an employee.Read More