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Employment case law update: Spring 2022

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As the world of HR grows ever more complex, and with new case law and legislation to contend with, it’s more important than ever to be kept in the know.

During this case law webinar our Employment experts, Paul Ball and Georgia Horrocks, consider:

  • Businesses that use contractors may face holiday claims stretching back years – Smith v Pimlico
  • Employers facing risk of big financial penalties for short cutting collective bargaining – Kostal v Dunkley
  • The fairness of dismissals for bringing repeated frivolous grievances – Hope v BMA
  • HR1 Forms and criminal prosecution risks – R v Forsey and Palmer
  • Did Twitter outrage at online posts justify dismissal – London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham v Keable
  • Misconduct or health issue: the importance of investigations – Daley v Vodaphone Automotive Ltd
  • Directors may not always have employment rights – Rainford v Dorset Aquatics

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