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Anderson Strathern Legal Updates

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October 2013

Voluntary Redundancy, Early Retirement and Public Sector Pensions

Whether members accepting voluntary severance packages are entitled to payment of an immediate, unreduced early retirement pension from their public sector pension schemes.


September 2013

The Taylor Review on Expenses in Scotland – Not the Jackson Reforms?

This update focuses on the key recommendations of the Taylor Review on expenses from a personal injury perspective.


Misconduct investigations - be wary of shortcuts

Can you get away with a partial investigation of those who you believe to be lying?


The importance of social media policies and disciplinary procedures

Disparaging Facebook comments by an employee won’t be enough for a fair dismissal if the procedure is wrong.


Disciplinary hearings - employees' entitlement to bring a colleague may be unrestricted

Recent case law indicates employees could bring their co-accused to a hearing. Can you ignore that decision?


Settlement agreements - discussions and correspondence need to be planned

Discussions regarding terminating employment might bind an employer to make payment but still allow an employee to tell everybody about their pay out and then raise a claim.


August 2013

July 2013

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