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August 16th 2017

Our lawyers have swapped pens for paintbrushes in support of the inaugural Cheltenham Festival of Cycling.

Your business might already be prepping for the GDPR, but are you also up-to-speed on the proposed E-Privacy Regulation? Caroline Leviss, corporate & commercial associate solicitor, explains more. 

Does the contra preferentem rule now have limited scope? Sophie Martyn, solicitor in our corporate & commercial team, looks at a recent decision which suggests this...

As we await more detailed guidance from ACAS this summer, Matthew Clayton looks at the current uncertainty surrounding workplace dress codes in employment law.

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has confirmed, in the case of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Willetts (and others), that employees who receive regular payments for voluntary overtime should have those payments taken into account when their holiday pay is calculated, explains Helen Howes in our employment law team.

The Supreme Court has made history today by ruling that fees for bringing an employment tribunal case to court are unlawful. 

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