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In the first group litigation of its kind, Morrisons Supermarkets was found to be vicariously liable for the actions of a rogue employee who, driven by a grudge against the supermarket chain, took payroll data relating to 100,000 employees and …

The High Court has issued its decision in Nottinghamshire County Council v The Estate of Belton and another [2017 EW Misc 26 (CC)] The High Court has dismissed an appeal against a decision of the county court, which gave judgment …

Approximately 300,000 workers with long-term mental health problems lose their jobs every year,  a recent government review has revealed. Poor mental health of employees is costing employers between £33 billion and £42 billion a year, stemming from sick leave, staff …

Many potential clients contact us about DVLA appeals against the revocation of driving licences on medical grounds. The DVLA has the power to revoke or take away driving licences where there is evidence to suggest that the driver is suffering …

Following the Supreme Courts ruling in July that the introduction of employment tribunal fees by the government in 2013 was unlawful, the government stated its intention to put in place systems to reimburse parties who had to pay a fee.  …