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Archive - 2014

Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling on gross misconduct dismissals

October 2014

When you aren’t allowed to show zero-tolerance for gross misconduct according to your rules, according to the Employment Appeal Tribunal The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that an employee can’t be dismissed for gross misconduct under an employer’s own contractual rules, unless the employer can
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October 2014 – employment law changes

October 2014

A number of changes to employment laws come into force from 1st October 2014 which employers should be aware of and take appropriate action on, warns Adams & Remers. Jennifer Mansoor at Adams & Remers comments: “Whilst some of the changes are quite small, it
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Threat of criminal record for leavers taking employers’ records

September 2014

The threat of a criminal record may now be sufficient enough to deter employees from walking off with their employer’s client or customer details when changing jobs, after a successful criminal prosecution against a former employee warns Adams & Remers. Simon Jeffreys at Adams &
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Effective financial planning on behalf of the vulnerable or disabled

September 2014

Reviewing the long term financial requirements of a vulnerable or disabled person are important but Trustees need to understand the differences between a standard discretionary trust and a vulnerable/disabled person’s trust, how it can be used and the tax implications warns Adams & Remers. Simon
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Important for travel firms to review booking conditions

Travel firms should review their booking terms and conditions to avoid legal claims by customers for elements of a package trip that they should not be held responsible for warns law firm Adams & Remers. Firms that sell travel packages frequently leave themselves open to
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