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What's New?

In August/September's issue (EOR 250)
This month we continue to analyse the data from our survey of compensation awarded in discrimination cases in 2013. We also have a focus on disability issues in our three case studies. (...more)(26 Jul 2014)

Diary: ECtHR upholds French burqa ban
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has upheld controversial French legislation "prohibiting the concealment of one's face in public places". In SAS v France, a case brought by a Muslim woman of Pakistani origin but a French national, challenging the 2010 law, the Grand Chamber holds by 13 to two that the legislation does not violate her rights under the European Convention on Human Rights. (...more) (26 Jul 2014)

Compensation awards 2013: part 2
Our survey of compensation awards in 2013 covers 355 cases, and shows that the average and median awards are the lowest for 10 years. Sue Johnstone continues our analysis of the awards. In this part, we cover disability and age discrimination compensation awards. (...more)(26 Jul 2014)

In July's issue (EOR 249)
Our main feature this month is the first part of our annual round-up of compensation awards. We also have two case studies on a gender diversity programme and agile working. (...more) (21 Jun 2014)

Diary: Sharp fall in ET claims continues
The latest statistics from the Ministry of Justice covering the first quarter of 2014 show a continued huge fall in employment tribunal claims as a result of the introduction of fees to bring a case and have it heard.(21 Jun 2014)

Diary: Latham on ET reform
I went to a fascinating talk by David Latham, recently retired President of Employment Tribunals (England & Wales), on the future of employment tribunals. The lecture was sponsored by the Law Society's Employment Law Committee. (...more) (21 Jun 2014)


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