Employee Fairly Dismissed For Facebook Comments Posted 2 Years Previously
The EAT has ruled that an employee dismissed for making Facebook comments about his employer two years previously was fairly dismissed. The case serves as a reminder of the need for employers to implement clear and robust social media policies.
Tier 2 Licence Revocation - The Importance Of Complying With Sponsor Duties
Recent cases have given a clear indication that the Courts are fully prepared to revoke Tier 2 Sponsorship Licences where the employer is in breach of their ongoing obligations. This case highlights some of the potential pitfalls for sponsors.
Unison’s Challenge To Tribunal Fees Fails
In the latest development in this long running saga, the Court of Appeal has rejected Unison’s challenge to employment tribunal fees. It is unlikely that this is the last word on the matter however.
Corporate Team Advise Multi-Million Pound Investment Deal
Turner Parkinson’s Corporate team have completed their most recent deal, advising the multi-million pound investment of precision engineering company Astec Precision Limited by private equity firm Nevis Capital.
ECJ Issues Ruling On Discrimination
In the case of CHEZ Razpredelenie Bulgaria, the ECJ considered whether associative discrimination could exist in relation to indirect discrimination.