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David Ludlow

02.05.2024

Disability discrimination: reasonable adjustments Our experience of dealing with disability discrimination claims since the advent of the legislation in the…

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Statutory employment law changes

David Ludlow

30.04.2024

The carer’s leave regulations 2024 From day one of employment an employee who has a dependent with a long-term care…

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IR 35 reforms make PSC intermediary contracting more attractive

David Ludlow

30.04.2024

Two statutory initiatives have been taken by the government in the Spring budget to make contracting through personal service companies…

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Court of Appeal injunction protects our client from unfair competition

David Ludlow

09.11.2023

Putting this issue’s article on post termination restrictions into practice, the Moore Barlow Employment law team acted for an internet…

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Restrictive covenants and employee competition

David Ludlow

26.04.2023

In the recent case of Boydell v NZP Ltd and others, the Court of Appeal considered the severability (or “blue pencil”)…

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Redundancy pools of one – proceed with caution

David Ludlow

22.11.2022

What significance do the very recent cases of Mogane v Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (EAT) and, as we…

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How do employers protect their trans and gender-fluid employees?

David Ludlow

19.10.2022

When Liz Truss was Minister for Women and Equalities, a year before she campaigned to become Prime Minister, one of…

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Non-compete restrictive covenants clause

David Ludlow

27.05.2022

Law By Design Ltd (“LBD”), a Manchester based employment law firm which largely works for NHS clients, recently won a…

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Gig economy and the importance of defining an employment status

David Ludlow

09.11.2021

The gig economy has been a hot topic over the past few months, with large companies such as Uber and…

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Understanding harassment in constructive dismissal: key insights from Driscoll (née Cobbing) v & P Global Ltd and another case

David Ludlow

02.09.2021

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has held Driscoll (née Cobbing) v & P Global Ltd and another that a constructive…

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Unintentional indirect discrimination

David Ludlow

25.06.2021

What is indirect discrimination? Indirect discrimination is where a provision, criterion or practice, which are not intended to treat anyone…

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When a “sleep-in” counts as work

David Ludlow

07.05.2021

In Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake and Shannon v Rampersad (t/a Clifton House Residential Home), the Supreme Court held that…

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