Tribunals & Courts

Scottish government to scrap employment tribunal fees

Scotland's new powers may create a two-tier justice system for workers in th

Failure to pay national living wage likely to end in prosecutions for businesses

Prime minister warns 'unscrupulous' employers they will 'pay the price' of cheatin

HMRC defeats employment giant at Court of Appeal over £158m of unpaid tax

Expense payments found to be part of employed temps' ordinary salar

Employment tribunal fees continue to undermine access to justice two years on

Employee claims down 60 per cent since introduction of fe

Drivers’ union to take on the might of Uber over worker’s rights

Embattled taxi-app firm asserts drivers are 'partners' and not entitled to employment rights in th

Lewis Silkin partner found to have ‘reconstructed’ his memory in negligence claim

Seven-figure damages sum awarded to former client after firm failed to advise on exclusive jurisdiction clause in employmen

Out of the ordinary claims at the ET

Ryan Clement rounds up recent cases which challenge typical notions in employmen