EMERGENCY CHANGES TO INSOLVENCY LAW DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
David Reade QC and Alexander Halban from Littletons examine the proposed changes and some of the issues which need to be worked out in the emergency legislation.
CORONAVIRUS JOB RETENTION SCHEME: THE PLIGHT OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR
David Reade QC and Daniel Northall provide a third update on the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. This update should be read in conjunction with the first and second updates published on 26 and 27 March 2020 respectively.
Update - Furlough: the challenges ahead
Updated article: David Reade QC and Daniel Northall from Littletons examine some of the legal and practical challenges which employers face in connection with the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Furlough: the challenges ahead
David Reade QC and Daniel Northall from Littletons examine some of the legal and practical challenges which employers face in connection with the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
Keeping Kids Company (In compulsory liquidation) v Smith & Ors UKEAT/0057/17/BA
Appeal against a finding that the employer had failed to comply with its obligations under section 188 TULRCA after it was placed in compulsory liquidation, and that the employees were therefore entitled to a 90-day protective award. Appeal allowed in part.
London Borough of Wandsworth v Vining & Ors UKEAT/0234/13/LA
Appeal against an ET decision that the claimants, who were Parks Police Constables, were not precluded by section 200 of the ERA from bringing claims of unfair dismissal, nor were claims brought by UNISON for a declaration and protective awards precluded by section 280(2) of TULR(C)A. Appeal allowed and the claimants' claim of unfair dismissal were dismissed, as were the claims for declarations and protective awards.