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Podcast: Episode 60 - The View from Mayer Brown

27 November 2014
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Nick considers three recent decisions. The first case considers the vexing issue of when an employer has to make allowances for a disabled employee whose attendance record is poor. The second confirms that in-house legal costs are recoverable in principle if a Tribunal awards costs to an employer, and the third case considers the interplay between vicarious liability for harassment and TUPE.
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