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15 March 2016

InCredit - 15 March 2016

This edition includes the FSCP position paper on banking culture, the FCA feedback statement on Call for Input, the report from Financial Advice Market Review plus more.

15 March 2016

Sanctions for gross misconduct: two recent EAT decisions

Here we round-up two recent decisions considering sanctions for gross misconduct. In the first case, Ham v Governing Body of Beardwood Humanities College, the EAT upheld a finding of fair dismissal where the employer aggregated a series of acts of...

15 March 2016

TUPE: temporary cessation of activities did not preclude transfer

In the recent case of Mustafa v Trek Highways and others the EAT considered whether a relevant transfer was prevented by the cessation of activities by a subcontractor immediately prior to the putative transfer date. Background law Previous case l...

15 March 2016

Vicarious liability and 'the crooked timber of humanity'

In an article first published by Thomson Reuters Accelus, Managing Associate, Annabel Mackay, considers the Supreme Court's recent decision in Mohamud v Morrison Supermarkets plc on the scope of an employer's liability for its employee's actions. ...

15 March 2016

Up to Date February / March 2016

Vicarious liability and 'the crooked timber of humanity'; TUPE: temporary cessation of activities did not preclude transfer; Sanctions for gross misconduct: two recent EAT decisions and more... Vicarious liability and 'the crooked timber of humani...