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Should we expect more equal pay claims in the private sector?

Co-authored by Barry Stanton and Cicely Slatter For many years the private sector has looked on, as public sector bodies have been dragged through Tribunals by a range of equal pay claims which have taken many years to resolve. HR Teams…

UK: What's coming up in employment law in 2018?

A new year means new legal and policy developments. In this article we set out a summary of some key employment law changes and dates for your diaries in 2018.   30 March 2018 – Gender pay gap reporting for public sector employers Public…

Uber faces ECJ challenge as court rules it is ‘a transport service'

Ride-sharing app Uber was again left reeling by a legal decision last month after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) found that the firm is essentially a transport, not information sharing service. The European court issued a decision…

Looking at GDPR's impact on lawyers

As is the case with most other professions, lawyers too will need to gain a good understanding of the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regime to ensure both their own firm’s compliance and to advise clients on complex new…
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RICS guidance on conflicts of interest

The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has released a professional statement on conflicts of interests in commercial property market investment agency opportunities. All RICS members and RICS-regulated firms will be bound by…