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JPP Law Blog

2018 May
Meat company prevents employee using confidential information

A meat company has been granted an injunction preventing a former employee misusing its confidential information about customers and product prices.

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When the ‘last straw’ complaint adds up to unfair dismissal

The Court of Appeal has provided useful guidance on when an employee can claim constructive unfair dismissal based on a "final straw" event following a series of related grievances.

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Police officer wins claim over pay for shared parental leave

A police force discriminated against a male officer by paying him less while he was on shared parental leave than a woman would have received while on maternity leave.

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Cycle courier deemed to be a ‘worker’ entitled to holiday pay

A cycle courier with a taxi firm was a 'worker' rather than a self-employed contractor and so was entitled to holiday pay.

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JPP Law Blog

2018 May
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