EHRC: no more excuses for NDA abuse

Lawyers should not have to take all responsibility for drafting and negotiating non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) ha

London-based KWM employees awarded £1m

288 employees win ‘clear cut legal case’ following firm’

Solicitor wins unfair dismissal and indirect sex discrimination claims

Tribunal finds ‘serious and fundamental shortcomings’ in Switalskis’ disciplinar

The importance of worker status

Snigdha Nag reviews some key decisions of the year, including a number of cases considering employment status and the correct approach to unfai

Social media misconduct

Although the EAT has not yet provided guidance on dealing with social media-related conduct issues, there are some elements of a recent decision that employers can learn from, writes Kevi

Lawyers encounter pregnancy and maternity discrimination on a weekly basis

Sussex-based law firm launches 'Mind the Bump 2015' campaign in response to ne

Social media has spawned ‘true detectives’ in employment claims

It would be foolish of claimants to assume their Facebook posts are secret, observe Madelaine Power and Jenn