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Hogan Lovells Podcasts

Podcast: Talking the cure

Our team is always thinking about how to conquer and foresee the most significant industry issues facing our clients. Over the next year, we will touch on cutting-edge topics such as...

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Disproportionate - term time worker's holiday not pro-rated

The UK’s Supreme Court has confirmed that “part year” workers are entitled to 5.6 weeks’ holiday. Their holiday entitlement should not be pro-rated to reflect their...

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Impermanent - employer could dismiss and re-engage pay protected employees

The Court of Appeal in England and Wales decided that an employer was entitled to dismiss and offer to re-engage employees on new terms in order to remove pay protection it had originally...

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Impermanent - employer could dismiss and re-engage pay protected employees

The Court of Appeal in England and Wales decided that an employer was entitled to dismiss and offer to re-engage employees on new terms in order to remove pay protection it had originally...

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Bonus - employer would have terminated contract in least burdensome way

The Court of Appeal in England and Wales has confirmed that in a wrongful dismissal claim, damages can reflect the least burdensome way of terminating an employment contract. In Mackenzie v ...

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Try it out - ill health dismissal discrimination when alternative role not properly trialled

Dismissing an employee for long term sickness absence could be discrimination arising from a disability if an employer cannot show that the dismissal is objectively justified. The recent UK ...

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Pay up - unilateral pay award an unlawful inducement related to collective bargaining

In INEOS Infrastructure Grangemouth Ltd v Jones, the EAT in Scotland found that it was an unlawful inducement relating to collective bargaining for an employer to make a unilateral pay...

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Hurry up - delay fatal to interim injunction application
Registered Content

There have been two recent decisions in the UK in which an employer’s delay in applying for an injunction to protect confidential information was relevant to whether the court was...

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Hurry up - delay fatal to interim injunction application
Registered Content

There have been two recent decisions in the UK in which an employer’s delay in applying for an injunction to protect confidential information was relevant to whether the court was...

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