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New corporate offence of failure to prevent criminal tax evasion in force from 30 September
Criminal Finances Act 2017, which came into force on 30 September
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How do you send your sensitive information?
Greater Manchester Police has been fined £150,000 after 3 DVDs containing footage of interviews with victims of serious violent crime failed to reach their intended recipient, the National Crime Agency.
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Facility time publication requirement – are you up to speed?
The Regulations require nearly all public sector employers to publish information on how much time is spent by their trade union officials on paid “trade union facility time” over the course of the relevant 12-month period.
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Health and social care
The state of the care sector: ‘winter is coming’
An article written by Jamie Cuffe, Partner in our Commercial team.
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Employment law round-up
Landmark Judgment on Employment Tribunal fees
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EAT upholds whistleblowing detriment claim against non-executive directors
The EAT ruled that two NEDs of the petroleum company were personally liable for losses flowing from the dismissal of the CEO after he was dismissed for making protected disclosures.
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Employment tribunal fees are unlawful
The Employment tribunal fees system, which was introduced under the fees Order
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Health and social care
Independent healthcare
Is your CCG constitution fit for the future?
The purdah period before the General Election provides CCGs with a great opportunity
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EAT gives guidance on when sleep-ins count for purposes of the national minimum wage
The EAT consider whether employees who sleep-in are engaged in ‘time work’ for the full duration of the sleep-in shift or whether they are working only when they are awake and carrying out specific duties.
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New rules on publishing information on trade union facility time
Under the Regulations, relevant public sector employers will have to publish on their website certain information relating to trade union officials and facility time.
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Government triggers Article 50 – implications for your workforce
With today’s triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty
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Twitter defamation: Columnist ordered to pay £24,000 for defamatory tweets
Two tweets posted by columnist Katie Hopkins have been found by the high Court