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JPP Law Blog

2018 July
Optician was discriminated against following maternity leave

An optician has won her claim of unfair dismissal and discrimination after her employer tried to reclaim training costs following her maternity leave.

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Two days made all the difference in employer’s right to dismiss

Timing can be crucial when deciding to dismiss an employee, as shown in a recent case before the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT).

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Pakistani worker entitled to appeal dismissal in right to work case

Companies face penalties if they employ people from other countries without establishing that they are entitled to work in the UK. However, employees must be given every opportunity to provide the necessary documents before they are dismissed or their applications are rejected.

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Don't be caught out by implied terms in a commercial contract

When entering any sort of contractual relationship it is essential to understand that, as well as those express provisions agreed orally or set out in writing, you will also be bound by a series of terms which will be automatically implied.

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