Landmark vegan ruling provides legal food for thought for employers

Since its launch six years ago, the Veganuary campaign has inspired more than half a million people in 178 countries to take the pledge and try vegan for January

Gender pay gap zooms into focus at BBC employment tribunal

The importance of equal pay in the workplace has played a starring role at an employment tribunal involving two of the BBC’s most familiar faces. Samira Ahmed claimed she

Sleep-in staff launch landmark pay case in potential wake-up call to UK care sector

Alarm bells are ringing in one of the UK’s biggest employment sectors as we await a landmark ruling in a long-running legal battle over pay. The awaited ruling will

Key steps to guard against the commercial impact of COVID-19

BUSINESSES are being urged to cast an expert legal eye over the content of client contracts, as well as their own insurance cover, to ensure they are fully protected

Milners extends range of services by launching Family Law specialism

MILNERS has broken new ground in its 126-year history by appointing an inaugural Head of Family Law. Pascale Adam joins Milners to spearhead the growth of its emerging family

Lawyers’ brace of public inquiries mark ‘legal first’ for Leeds

A LEEDS law firm is claiming a first for the city as it takes to the national stage this week (Monday October 27) for two of the biggest public

Business 0 Employment Tribunal 1 – why a robust social media policy for the workplace is now vital 

THE own goal scored by Manchester City’s Bernardo Silva in uploading a tweet judged to be racist may trigger further far-reaching repercussions after a recent employment tribunal case. The player

Prompt legal advice a priority for Yorkshire Bank staff facing redundancy as Leeds HQ closes

TWO of the biggest names on the Yorkshire high street have dealt a hammer blow to the local economy with the announcement of hundreds of redundancies. Just days after

Holiday pay rights back under the employment law spotlight as research reveals 1m UK workers miss out

AS many of us return to work after our annual summer getaway, new research has revealed that as many as one million people are being denied the full holiday