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Rachel Crasnow QC & Sarah Fraser Butlin spoke about diversity on campus at the UHR Annual Conference

Rachel Crasnow QC & Sarah Fraser Butlin spoke about diversity on campus at the UHR Annual Conference
Rachel Crasnow QC and Sarah Fraser Butlin spoke to the UK’s leading University HR directors at the UHR Annual Conference in Newcastle on 10 March about diversity on campus, focusing on the lawfulness of topics such as no-platforming and safe spaces as well as the importance of addressing ongoing problems of harassment and equal pay.
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Jason Galbraith-Marten QC & Sarah Fraser Butlin succeed in the bike courier employment rights case against City Sprint

Jason Galbraith-Marten QC & Sarah Fraser Butlin succeed in the bike courier employment rights case against City Sprint
Jason Galbraith-Marten QC and Sarah Fraser Butlin have succeeded in the highly publicised cycle courier claim before the Employment Tribunal.  They were instructed by BWB, acting pro bono for Maggie Dewhurst who was challenging her employment status against City Sprint.  The Employment Judge accepted their arguments that Ms Dewhurst was a...
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BBC Look East interviews Sarah Fraser Butlin on the impending industrial strikes taking place this week

BBC Look East interviews Sarah Fraser Butlin on the impending industrial strikes taking place this week
On the 19 December, Look East interviewed Sarah Fraser Butlin on the industrial action that will take place this week. The strike will affect post offices and airports nationwide with baggage handlers and ground staff striking this weekend. “For employers it is hugely disruptive. It has a massive impact on businesses, but what we can’t forget is th...
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Important Public Services: the Regulations have arrived

Important Public Services: the Regulations have arrived
This week the Government published a series of draft Regulations defining what “important public services” (IPS) are for the purposes of the Trade Union Act 2016 ( TUA 2016 ). The Act itself has been highly controversial and while it has Royal Assent, it has not yet come into force. When it does come into effect, there will be a requirement that 50...
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Cloisters Employment Law Conference: What you need to know in 2017

Cloisters Employment Law Conference: What you need to know in 2017
Cloisters’ leading employment law silks and juniors will share their wealth of expertise and practical know-how on hot employment law issues that are likely to have the greatest impact on employment and HR professionals in the coming year. Book now and ensure your place at this one day conference which will be held on 3 November 2016 from 10am to 4...
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