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Supreme Court gives judgment in Consumer Protection Act case

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IR35: a divergence between ‘employment’ for tax purposes and for employment purposes?

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Bruce Carr QC interviewed on BBC Outside Source regarding the current industrial relations landscape

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Peter Edwards represents Claimants in £198 million Police Widows Pension Judicial Review Application

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Bruce Carr QC interviewed on BBC Radio 4 about looming industrial action

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The Court of Appeal’s guidance on IR35 employment status

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Employers’ liability and personal injury: employee status following Atholl House

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Kickabout and Atholl House – changing the landscape of employment status

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R (Hoey and others) v HMRC: HMRC successful in Court of Appeal

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Enforcement of Foreign Taxes in the United Kingdom

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Can a claim be struck out inadvertently? – Mendy v Motorola Solutions UK Limited

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IR35 and employment status – restating the importance of the contract?

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Court of Appeal Hands Down Judgments in IR35 Appeals

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What is sufficient notice of allegations of fundamental dishonesty? (Jenkinson v Robertson)

Events

Junior Employment Practitioner Seminar - Restrictive Covenants

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When a judge is asked to award an interim payment, should they be told about negotiations to settle?

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Business on own account?

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Andrew Burns QC gives evidence to joint Select Committees on P&O Ferries

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RMF Ltd v HMRC: Upper Tribunal clarifies the limits of the Tribunal’s jurisdiction when reviewing decisions to withdraw Gross Payment Status