The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has found that a claimant in Employment Tribunal proceedings was not entitled to lifelong anonymity in circumstances where a sexual offence is alleged in civil but not criminal proceedings.
GPs can encounter challenges as a result of important property documents not being kept in good order. Keeping your property documents consistently well managed will assist you in saving costs and avoiding future problems and potential pitfalls.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has found that a Tribunal was entitled to conclude that a Claimant had not been victimised, even though its reasoning for rejecting the victimisation claim was wrong.
In the consultation concerning the reform of UK medical device regulation and the Government's published response to it, there are suggestions that the conspicuous absence of regulation and guidance on companion diagnostics will be fixed.
In October 2023, NHS England published important guidance on carbon reduction plans and net zero commitments in NHS procurements. NHS suppliers need to prepare for increasing attention on emissions reduction. It's not a 'nice to have'.
In response to the pressures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK Government launched the temporary Higher Education Restructuring Regime (HERR) in July 2020 to assist universities in financial distress. HERR has now been permanently withdrawn.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has recently found that liability for discrimination claims does not transfer under TUPE in cases where the perpetrator's employment transfers, but the claimant's does not.