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We are pleased to announce that we have helped our client with a £20,000 award for being unfairly dismissed by their employer. Our client was wrongfully dismissed after taking a number of sick days despite informing his employer he was suffering and had been diagnosed with depression. To read the…

A delivery driver who was fired for refusing to wear a face mask during the first Covid lockdown has his case rejected by an Employment Tribunal. The Class 1 lorry driver had almost four years’ service when he was suspended after being refused entry by a customer to their site…

Uber has been definitively told that it can no longer treat taxi drivers who they offer fares to ‘self-employed.’ Britain’s highest court has unanimously dismissed the company’s final appeal against earlier court rulings that their drivers were entitled to minimum wage and holiday pay. The company had been able to…

An Employment Tribunal has found in favour of a former police officer who brought a claim of discrimination against the force with the support of Livingstone Brown. The ET in Glasgow found that Karen Harper was targeted by a sergeant at Police Scotland, who passed on information that was potentially…

When public health fears due to the Coronavirus outbreak gained momentum in March of this year, it quickly became apparent that continuing tribunal hearings in Scotland’s Employment Tribunal Buildings was not feasible. Invariably the tribunal buildings have a single entrance, cramped waiting rooms and a healthy daily schedule of hearings…

The Furlough scheme has kept open millions of British jobs which could no longer be done. But it’s too early to say that these jobs have actually been saved.

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