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Gender pay gap - draft guidance is published

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With gender pay gap reporting obligations almost upon us, the Government Equalities Office and ACAS this week published their draft guidance (Guidance). The Guidance is a step-by-step guide for employers on the types of data they need to publish and how they should calculate gender pay gaps prior to publication. The first snapshot date is […]


What to look out for in employment law in 2017

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Every year sees new developments in employment law, and 2017 will be no different. Caroline Philipps, an associate in the Fladgate employment team, looks at those areas of employment law that are likely to be of greatest interest this year. Equal pay One of the most anticipated developments in employment law in 2017 is the […]


Fladgate advises on sale of Original Travel to Voyageurs du Monde and management rollover

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Fladgate has advised the founder and management shareholders of bespoke travel company Original Travel on the sale of their shares to a newly incorporated SPV backed by Voyageurs du Monde S.A., and on the terms of their ongoing involvement with the business. Original Travel is one of the UK’s fastest growing tailor-made travel companies; it […]


What to look out for in employment law in 2017

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Every year sees new developments in employment law, and 2017 will be no different. Caroline Philipps, an associate in the Fladgate Employment team, looks at those areas of employment law that are likely to be of greatest interest in the New Year. Equal pay One of the most anticipated developments in employment law in 2017 […]


Fladgate advises on the acquisition of The Harpur Centre

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Fladgate has advised on the acquisition of a shopping centre known as The Harpur Centre in Bedford for Harpur Centre Bedford Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of a Jersey Limited Partnership) from Zurich Assurance Plc.  Tellon Capital LLP was the acting asset manager on the transaction. James Burchell of Tellon Capital commented: “Daniel and his […]


Bringing claims to the Employment Tribunal

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“We recently dismissed an employee, who left saying that he would “see us in court”! How long does he have to bring a claim?” The general rule is that an employee has three months less a day from the date of the relevant act or acts complained of – in this case, a dismissal – […]


Obesity and the Cinema Workplace

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The Equality Act 2010 prohibits discrimination on the basis of certain protected characteristics, for example sex, race, religion and disability. Obesity is not one of those specified protected characteristics. However, when considering a case originally brought in a Danish District Court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) recently held that obesity may amount to a […]