Archive for March 2014

UK Pensions Law

Episode 3UK Pensions Law

In this episode, Richard Goldstein talks about the Budget 2014 and its implications for both DB and DC schemes, in particular the likely impact of the removal of restrictions in the way in which members take their DC benefits.

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UK Employment Law

Episode 43The View from Mayer Brown

Nick reviews three important recent cases: the first looks at the time limit for bringing a claim, where the alleged failure is to make a reasonable adjustment for a disabled employee, the second deals with damages for breach of the rules on collective redundancy consultation. The third considers whether covert recordings of internal hearings made by an employee were admissible in the subsequent tribunal claim.

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UK Employment Law

Episode 42The View from Mayer Brown

Nick reviews three recent cases. This episode looks at decisions on making the loser pay the winner’s tribunal fees, the definition of personal data, and whether a clause obliging an employee to repay recruitment expenses when she was dismissed was enforceable.

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