Employment

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

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 to date with the gi

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

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

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

Why Taylor’s vital report must not go to waste

Lindsey Knowles considers the key recommendations of the Taylo

Paralegal loses sex discrimination claim after failing to attend hearings

Conduct represents ‘at best, a fundamental misunderstanding and at worst a serious lack of respect for the tribunal process,’ say