Coronavirus: Legal News Updates For Employees Articles
Court of Appeal Case - Lawson West acted in the recent case of Irwell Insurance v Watson - where an employee tried to bring a claim against an insolvent employer
We expose the Top 10 most common Myths about Redundancy
Findings and Report on Coronavirus in the workplace, from the views and perspectives of employees. Not to be missed. See our full report and statistics.
The employee discusses all angles of their employment issue with the Citizens Advice volunteer or member of staff at the initial stage, they then determine if additional expertise is needed from a solicitor. Find out the process and how it all works here...
Since the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, faced a government inquiry into her actions at the Home Office for bullying her co-workers, there’s a spotlight on workplace bullying, but what is bullying and how does it occur?
The Government’s guidance for employers regarding employees and testing for Covid-19 was updated on 8 October - see the impact for employers here...
According to The Ministry of Justice, there has been an 18% increase in employment tribunal single claims during lockdown. Read about the tribunal claims backlog...
Her employer 'reacted negatively’, saying she had ‘no other choice' but to dismiss her.
New Public Health England "Covid - Self-Isolation" laws come into effect today.
The court of appeal has found against this important pensions case (Delve and another -v- The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions) and the disappointing judgment was handed down this morning.
How to approach a Settlement Agreement negotiation and useful steps you can take
All employees, irrespective of whether they are on furlough leave or still working, are entitled to a statutory redundancy payment if they have been employed by their employer for two years or more.
What's the impact of 14-day quarantine rules on employers and employees? See Lawson-West Solicitors' Top 5 Questions and Answers
Hairdresser Meghan Gorman - Landmark employment tribunal ruling means thousands of UK hairdressers could be on a better contract….
On 21st and 22nd July 2020, the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) heard the evidence in Delve and another -v- The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions - this high profile and much-awaited legal appeal case, if won, will rip open the State Pension Age debate.