Recording discipline related conversations – are they admissible in Employment Tribunals?

16 June 2014 By Jamie Hanley

In the age of smartphones it is relatively easy for an employee to make covert recordings of conversations during meetings. Employees may feel that they want to safeguard their position in preparation for a Tribunal hearing by recording conversations.  In Vaughn v London Borough of Lewisham & ors the EAT stated that the practice is […]

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Felicia Epstein, Uncategorized,

Proposed government rule-changes for collective redundancies: an employment lawyer’s response.

27 September 2012 By Jamie Hanley

Felicia Epstein is an employment specialist from our London office and member of the Institute of Employment Rights (IER).  As part of the consultation process, she’s drafted a response to Government proposals changing the rules on collective redundancies… 

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Editorial, Felicia Epstein,

Ealing parking dispute

27 March 2012 By Jamie Hanley

Ealing based parking enforcers are engaged in 5 days’ strike action from the 26th to the 30th March. 

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Felicia Epstein, News Releases,

WOOLWORTH group workers win redundancy consultation claim.

6 February 2012 By Jamie Hanley

In a unanimous judgment the London Central Employment Tribunal has awarded payments to former Woolworth group employees, following the collapse of the High Street giant. 

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Employment, Felicia Epstein, News Releases,
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