Implied rights to enforce title conditions

Owners of property who have sold off a house, cottage, or plot of land for building and have imposed restrictions on the"sold off" property to protect their amenity, need to...

Is there a right to payment for accrued flexitime?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) (reversing the decision of the Employment Tribunal) in the case of Vision Events (UK) Limited v Paterson held that in the absence of an expressed...

Obesity

Readers will recall recent reports in the press about whether a person who is obese can be a"disabled person" for that reason under the Equality Act. To recap a person...

Holiday pay

Probably the most significant development recently is the issuing of a decision by the European Court of Justice Lock v British Gas Trading. In that case the ECJ held that...

Reasonable adjustments and the duty to rehabiltate

We are often asked by employers whether an employer is under a duty to help rehabilitate a disabled employee in order to bring them back to work. In Croft Vets...