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Damning Report for Solihull Hospital Breast Surgeon

20th December 2013

A report into Solihull hospital has concluded that women who underwent mastectomies were left in the dark despite repeated complaints about breast surgeon Ian Paterson.

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Beware of sleepovers

29th November 2013

In the recent case of  Whittlestone v BJP Home Support Ltd it was held that employees who are carrying out “time work” for the purposes of regulation 3 of the National Minimum Wage  Regulations 1999 are entitled to receive the National Minimum Wage for carrying out that work.

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Men arrested following attack

16th December 2013

Two men have been arrested after a man was assaulted on Monday morning (December 9).Police were called following reports a man had received a head wound after being attacked. 

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Man assaulted with metal bar

9th December 2013

A man received injuries to his hand as a result of the attack which happened at around 1am on Friday, November 29.

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Controversial Harassment by a third party legal provisions are repealed

29th November 2013

Under the Equality Act 2010 an employer could be held liable for acts amounting to harassment of their employees even where those acts had been carried out by a third party, including clients and customers of the employer.

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New measures to clamp down on non-payment of awards

19th November 2013

Research published by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has found that only 49% of Claimants awarded damages by the Employment Tribunal go on to receive their award in full.

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Government announces implementation date for penalties for losing employers

1st November 2013

An announcement has been recently made by Jo Swinson, Employment Relations Minister, that section 16 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (ERRA 2013) will come into force on 6th April 2014.

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Intended mother in a surrogacy arrangement not entitled to maternity leave

1st November 2013

In a recent case heard before the European Court of Justice, it was decided that the intended mother in a surrogacy arrangement is not entitled to paid maternity leave from her employer.

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Government announces implementation date for financial penalties for losing employers

25th October 2013

An announcement has been recently made by Jo Swinson, Employment Relations Minister, that section 16 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (ERRA 2013) will come into force on 6th April 2014.

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Woman wins £5,000 in compensation following poor dental treatment

21st October 2013

A woman has been awarded nearly £5,000 after losing a tooth as a result of poor dental treatment.

The woman sued the dentist after routine root canal treatment and a crown left her tooth so badly broken and infected it had to be removed.

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