Category: Employment law

I warned you Jeremy Hunt. But did you listen?

It can be dangerous for employers to overplay their hand in employment disputes, especially when attempting to make changes to contracts of […]

Jeremy Hunt scraps plans to force new contract on NHS junior doctors

I’ve blogged recently about the junior doctors’ new contract and the strike actions across the NHS. It’s usually quite hard for an employer […]

What does the junior doctors’ strike tell us about UK employment law?

As junior doctors continue strike action against UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s plans to impose new contracts, there seems to […]

What a difference 2 days make…

  2 March 2016: UK Supreme Court finds Morrisons responsible for racist abuse by a rogue employee and conclude that employers may […]

Breaking: UK Supreme Court extends vicarious liability in landmark judgment

The Supreme Court have shaken up the law of vicarious liability (again) in Mr A M Mohamud (in substitution for Mr […]

What are the issues in Carneiro v Chelsea?

[UPDATE: 7 June 2016 -José Mourinho has now admitted using the words ‘daughter of a whore’ when Dr Carneiro entered the […]

7 tips for the BBC investigation into Clarkson’s ‘punch’

He attracts adoration and loathing in roughly equal measure. Jeremy Clarkson’s suspension from Top Gear after allegations that he punched […]