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2nd September 2020

The impact of Brexit on Immigration Law – what employers need to know

1. What procedures do EU nationals working in the UK have to take? Any EU nationals and their family members living and working in the UK as at…

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18th August 2020

Ellisons Solicitors continues to strengthen its presence in Tendring

Ellisons Solicitors has always been proud to serve the Tendring region providing high quality advice to its residents and businesses for over 80 years. The introduction of the…

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11th August 2020

Reasonable adjustments for disabled workers

Would it ever be a reasonable adjustment for an employer to undertake to give an employee a severance package? In Hill v Lloyds Bank plc the Employment Appeal…

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TUPE: Transferring worker may be split between multiple transferees

Can employees assigned to an undertaking which is fragmented upon transfer be transferred to multiple transferees? In ISS Facility Services v Govaerts the European Court of Justice (ECJ)…

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Furlough and SSP – Latest Developments

1. Calculation of a Week's Pay On 31 July 2020, the Employment Rights Act 1996 (Coronavirus, Calculation of a Week's Pay) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020/814) came into force.…

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10th August 2020

A new Immigration landscape

The United Kingdom is currently in a transition period which is expected to last until 31 December 2020.   From 1 January 2021, the Government is proposing to issue…

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7th August 2020

The Building Safety Bill from the perspective of the occupiers of the buildings

Following on from Ian Seeley’s analysis on the Building Safety Bill (“the Bill”), there is a particular point which we expand upon here, in order to consider the…

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Ellisons Solicitors announces Flexible Appointments and New Recruit

Ellisons Solicitors has announced two new developments within its Wills, Trusts and Probate team: the introduction of flexible appointments and the appointment of Ayesha Brown who joins Ellisons’…

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6th August 2020

Damages for lost profit on cancelled O&M contract not too remote when preceding D&B contract terminated

In a case that may have significant ramifications for engineering projects, the Privy Council has concluded that a claim for damages for breach of a Design and Build…

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5th August 2020

Changes to Use Classes – giving businesses more flexibility to adapt

The government has recently laid before parliament The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) (Amendment) (England) Regulations 2020 (the “Regulations”), which aim to simplify and overhaul the existing…

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