What’s Next For Employment Law Following The Election?
Whilst the political landscape is still not clear following last week’s election result, we look at the employment-related pledges put forward by the Conservative party in its manifesto.
The Government Legal Service v Brookes
In the case of The Government Legal Service v Brookes, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld a decision of the Employment Tribunal (ET) that a claimant, who had Asperger’s syndrome, had suffered disability discrimination when she was required to take a multiple-choice test as part of the prospective employer’s recruitment process.
TP’s Dispute Resolution Team Wins Legal Services Tender
The Dispute Resolution Team at business law firm Turner Parkinson LLP are celebrating successfully being appointed to the London Universities Purchasing Consortium (LUPC) National Legal Services Framework.
TP Advise on the Sale of Innovative Tech Companies
Turner Parkinson has advised Russell and Karen Gard on the sale of Nimbus Journey Information and REACT Technology to Danish based R2P Group.