Anderson Strathern Legal Updates
The EAT has held that an Australian citizen who worked for a British company, but worked remotely from Australia, was entitled to bring claims in a British Employment Tribunal.
Part of the UK Government’s Fit for Work service has gone live. Employers can access free advice about work-related health matters concerning their employees through a website or by phone.
Our first review of AHLRG's final report published 27 January 2015, contains observations of our own and sets out the Group’s recommendations which are largely matters of policy.
Our second review of AHLRG's final report deals with matters considered by AHLRG where it has recommended the retention of the status quo, albeit with certain modifications in one case (right to buy).
Our third review of AHLRG's final report covers recommendations by AHLRG for specific amendments to the existing legislation which will fundamentally alter the terms of leases and the landlord and tenant relationship.
Our fourth review of AHLRG's final report is a sweep up of miscellaneous matters not dealt with in the other three papers.
The Lord President, Lord Gill, has set out the timetable for implementing the reforms to the civil court system set out in the Courts Reform (Scotland) Act 2014.
Boards continue to introduce and enforce overprovision policies as debate about the provision of alcohol and its impact on health and crime continues.
Trust Inns Ltd loses licensing appeal against City of Glasgow Licensing Board.
Thousands of personal licence holders across Scotland will have their licences revoked after failure to comply with the much criticised Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005.