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Making Justice Work: Courts Reform (Scotland) Bill – swifter claims resolution ahead?
The Scottish Government recently concluded a consultation on key reforms to restructure the way in which civil cases and summary criminal cases are dealt with by the courts in Scotland. The proposed r...
What will happen to my pension when I leave?
You may have read our “Top ten questions on auto enrolment” in the January edition of HR Insights, where we looked at the key questions our clients have asked us about the introduction of...
TUPE – breaches and compensation
Employers have welcomed the recent decision of Shields Automotive Ltd v Langdon where the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) reduced the compensation awarded for a mere technical breach of the informa...
New employment tribunal rules – help or hindrance?
The new employment tribunal rules of procedure were published earlier this week and are due to come into force on 29 July 2013, the same date that fees are introduced into the employment tribunal....
Tribunal fees to be paid from 29 July
HM Courts & Tribunals Service have confirmed that from 29 July 2013 all Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal applications must either be accompanied by the designated fee, or by an applicatio...