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Jun
01
2018

Disability and knowledge of the consequence

In the case of City of York Council v Grosset, the Court of Appeal (COA) upheld a decision that an employer was liable for discrimination arising from a disability when..

Jun
01
2018

Turkish Entrepreneurs lose right to settle in UK

In March, the government unexpectedly announced that Turkish businesspeople and their family members living in the UK under ECAA business visas will no longer have the right to settle in..

May
31
2018

Michael Sippitt comments for the Financial Times Special Report on AI systems must be alert to the dangers of human bias

The technology sector has come under the spotlight for its lack of diversity after a series of high-profile cases of sexual harassment in Silicon Valley companies, including Uber. A series..

May
25
2018

Monica Atwal on GDPR on the Ian King Show Live on Sky News

Monica Atwal, Managing Partner at Clarkslegal LLP discusses GDPR and its effect on businesses on the Ian King Show Live on Sky News...

May
24
2018

Monica Atwal talks GDPR with Rufus Hound on talkRADIO

Listen again to Monica Atwal, Managing Partner at Clarkslegal LLP talking to Rufus Hound on tallRADIO discussing GDPR. ..

May
24
2018

Heath Education England accepts employer status for junior doctors in whistleblowing claims

This month, Health Education England (HEE) has accepted that, for whistleblowing purposes, junior doctors (those who have been appointed by HEE to a contract of employment and who have a..

May
23
2018

Billionaire Roman Abramovich is having issues renewing his Investor visa

Russian billionaire businessman Roman Abramovich’s Tier 1 Investor visa extension application is still under scrutiny despite him previously satisfying the Home Office he was eligible. Last week, the Financial Times..

May
21
2018

The GDPR is here

So after two years of build-up, the GDPR is actually here and will be enforceable from Friday (25th May 2018) – are you ready?..

May
18
2018

Over 6000 key skilled workers are denied entry to the UK

According to a FOI request to the Home Office, approximately 6,080 skilled workers have been unable to apply for Tier 2 visas due to their sponsors being unable to secure..

May
18
2018

Asking employee if he still supported ISIS was not discrimination due to previous comments

In Bakkali v GMB (South) Ltd, the Employment Appeal Tribunal decided that asking a Moroccan Muslim bus driver whether he "still supported Islamic State" was neither direct discrimination nor harassment..



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