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Late Payment Of Indemnity Insurance Monies

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Paying indemnity insurance monies “within a reasonable time” All contracts of insurance and reinsurance that are incepted, varied or renewed from May 4, 2017, are now subject to an implied term that the insurer will pay valid insurance claims...

The Public Interest of Collective Grievances

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It seems that a complaint about a specific term of an employment contract, provided it affects more than just one individual, can be in the ‘public interest’ for the purposes of the newly amended whistle-blowing provisions under section 43B(1) of...

Is travel time working time?

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In a preliminary ruling, the European Court of Justice has held that time spent travelling between home and work is, in certain circumstances, to be regarded as ‘working time’ for the purpose of European – and by extension, UK law. A...

The Antisocial Network

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The misuse of social media in an employment context once again came under legal scrutiny in a case before the Employment Appeal Tribunal (The British Water Board t/a Scottish Canals -v- Smith (2015)). A disgruntled employee posted comments on...