Case Law: What constitutes a ‘signature’?

A recent ruling in a case related to the sale of property could have wider implications as to what constitutes a ‘signature’ when creating a binding contract. The background of Neocleous & Anor v Rees [2019] EWHC 2462 (Ch) Rees owned a piece of land, a...

SEE annual employment law update

The Employment Team is pleased to announce two dates for our annual SEE employment law update. SEE Law 2020 SEE Law 2020 will be held at The Guildhall, Winchester on Tuesday, 28th January and Wednesday, 5 February. Brexit and a possible General Election are likely to...

Case Law – Holiday Pay for Part-Time workers

The Harpur Trust v Brazel [2019] EWCA Civ 1402 Holiday pay calculation is the hot topic this year with Holiday Pay for Part-Time workers in the spotlight. Most cases have been on what elements of pay should be included in the calculation of holiday pay. This case of...

Case Law – Social Media and the world of work

Forbes v LHR Airport Ltd LHR Airport was found not to be liable for the act of one of its employees sharing an image that was racially offensive on her personal social media Facebook Page by the EAT. In so doing the EAT commented that identifying whether an act was...

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