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What is a Breach of Contract? Our quick guide for employees

Breach of contract is a legal term used to describe circumstances where a party takes action which conflicts or contradicts with the agreed ...

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Charlotte Ashton Associate
Farleys Evolve Farleys Solicitors LLP

What is an Employment Tribunal?

Employment disputes can arise for a number of reasons, but generally fall into one of two categories - grievances or disciplinaries, the lat...

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Victoria Mitchell Associate Partner
Employment law and HR

Guidance When Giving Evidence as a Witness at the Employment Tribunal

Giving evidence as a witness at the Employment Tribunal can be a stressful experience.Here are some top tips to help you give evidence w...

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Sally Eastwood Associate Partner
Employment Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Cyclist, Jess Varnish, Found Not to be Employee by Employment Tribunal

It has recently been reported that Jess Varnish, former Great Britain cyclist, has lost in her attempt to evidence that she was either an em...

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Sally Eastwood Associate Partner
Employment Law Farleys Solicitors LLP

Can my employer give me a bad reference?

There is a lot of uncertainty for employers and employees concerning employment references, and from the employee’s perspective, a common ...

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Sally Eastwood Associate Partner
Employment law and HR

Employment Advice for Hot Weather

Parts of the UK have been issued with an amber “heat health watch warning” as temperatures are expected to soar to levels not seen in de...

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Victoria Mitchell Associate Partner
Employment law and HR

BBC Agrees Equal Pay Deal with Former China Editor, Carrie Gracie

Senior BBC journalist, Carrie Gracie, resigned in January as BBC China editor because her equivalent male editors earned more than her £135...

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Sally Eastwood Associate Partner

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