Employment Cases Update

March 2019 Online Update Course

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Date published: 21/03/2019

This month's 12 questions relate to Mark Shulman's October 2018 article on time limits and a case on determining whether interim relief should be granted.

You can access the article here.

The relevant cases are:

Miah v Axis Security Services Ltd UKEAT/0290/17/LA

Pruzhanskaya v International Trade & Exhibitors (JV) Ltd UKEAT/0046/18/LA

Office Equipment Systems Ltd v Hughes [2018] EWCA Civ 1842

Wollenberg v Global Gaming Ventures (Leeds) Ltd & Anor UKEAT/0053/18/DA

Course Objective: To understand the latest case law concerning time limits, protected disclosures, amendment of claims and interim relief.

NOTE: new training requirements
The CPD rules have changed for solicitors and barristers and 'hours' of CPD no longer have to be recorded.

However, we do know that some people still want to record the time spent on training so our courses will continue to have a number of hours and minutes attached.

In that case, each question answered correctly 10 minutes of CPD is added to your training record so if you answer all 12 that will give you 2 hours.

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