Employment

Litigant in person ordered to pay more than £80,000 in costs

Hourly rates claimed substantially lower than published guideline rates, say

29 Aug 2017

Part-time judge’s claim for judicial pension dismissed as out of time

Employment tribunal rejects retired fee-paid judge’s application for extension of time on fair and equitabl

24 Aug 2017

Whistling to a funder’s tune?

Different types of litigation funding can influence a claimant’s choice of venue, adding to the complexity of their decision making, explain Ben Pilbr

23 Aug 2017

Solicitor slapped with costs order after withdrawing claim against former employ

Claimant’s conduct described as ‘unreasonable’ by employment tribuna

15 Aug 2017

Lord Neuberger: Bringing the common law out of the shadows

The outgoing Supreme Court president talks to Jean-Yves Gilg about pushing boundaries and greate

14 Aug 2017

Taylor Review: The work starts now

David Widdowson discusses the recommendations of the report on modern employment practice and whether this will be enough to bring UK regulations up t

08 Aug 2017

The bold return of the common law

The Supreme Court ruling in the Unison case is a call to arms to other judges concerned about government bypassing the parliamentar

01 Aug 2017

The deadly failings of the NHS disciplinary system

Narinder Kapur considers the lessons the NHS needs to learn from recent tragedies and the fundamental changes that must be made to its disciplinar

01 Aug 2017

Without access to justice, the law is a dead letter

Snigdha Nag examines the Supreme Court’s landmark decision which finally quashed the coalition government’s controversial employment tribuna

31 Jul 2017