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  • What’s new for the protection of “gender critical” beliefs?

    Following last year’s EAT decision in  Forstater v CGD Europe and others  where it was held that “gender critical” beliefs  did amount to a philosophical…

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    Posted on 8 September, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Changes to Housing Ombudsman Service

    From 1 October changes will be made to the Housing Ombudsman service, in particular how residents can access the service. As The Building Safety Act has now received Royal…

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    Posted on 8 September, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Holiday Pay

    The Supreme Court has helped clear up any confusion for employers who employ ‘part-year workers’. That is, those where staff have periods where they do not work but are…

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    Posted on 8 September, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Menopause and the workplace

    Following on from our article about the Menopause Workplace Pledge, in which at the time of writing more than 600 companies had signed up to, the Women and Equalities Committee…

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    Posted on 8 September, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Claims for Wasted Expenditure in IT Disputes

    A recent Court of Appeal judgment has considered exclusion clauses within an IT dispute and a party’s ability to claim for wasted expenditure when implementation of an IT…

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    Posted on 7 July, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Planning and the Climate – Retrofit rather then Rebuild to Reduce Carbon

    The UK built environment is responsible for 25% of UK greenhouse gas emissions.  It is clear that the planning process and construction can have a big impact on the UKs…

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    Posted on 7 July, 2022 by Ortolan

  • New Rental Rules coming

    Those involved in renting residential property will be interested in the government’s proposed shake up of the residential rental sector. The release of the Fairer Private…

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    Posted on 7 July, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Employees and Long Covid

    Employers, particularly those with workers or employees suffering from Long Covid, will want to keep an eye on the case of Burke v Turning Point Scotland.  Although only…

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    Posted on 7 July, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Getting the Facilities right

    All public buildings to have separate male and female toilets.The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has announced that all new public buildings should have…

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    Posted on 7 July, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Gig Economy and Pensions

    We reported last year on the long-awaited Supreme Court judgement in Uber v Aslam (back in February 2021) when Uber’s tens of thousands of drivers were defined as…

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    Posted on 9 June, 2022 by Ortolan

  • HM Land Registry completes first electronically signed transaction

    After a successful pilot scheme regarding Qualified Electronic Signatures (QES) the Law Society Gazette has reported that HM Land Registry has now completed the first…

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    Posted on 9 June, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Extension on the ban on exclusivity clauses announced

    The government has announced that it is to widen the current ban on exclusivity clauses, a move that was first made unenforceable in relation to workers on zero hours contracts…

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    Posted on 9 June, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Au pairs and the right to pay less than the national minimum wage

    We have all seen the Jubilee celebrations and rightly commend the Queen for her many years of service – but let’s be fair, she didn’t open all those hospitals and attend…

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    Posted on 9 June, 2022 by Ortolan

  • What Does the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill mean for Planning?

    You might recall our September 2020 article on the Planning White Paper, “Planning for the Future” (and our follow up article about the Select Committee’s inquiry into…

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    Posted on 9 June, 2022 by Ortolan

  • Go Live! Official Court Judgments Database

    Live streaming of selected cases from the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) began on the judiciary’s YouTube channel in November 2018 with the aim to improve public access to,…

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    Posted on 5 May, 2022 by Ortolan

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