2016 – News Round-Up30 December 2016
Joint seminar with CIPD on an update on Employment Law
7th January 2016
Last night we held a joint seminar with CIPD on an update on Employment Law. The topics discussed included Shared Parental Leave, Holiday Pay and discrimination in relation to obesity. The event was a great success and we received some great feedback:
“The seminar was very informative and interactive. Very helpful!” – Rakhi Pai
“The seminar was extremely useful, Gareth was easily understandable and took time to explain the more complex points and answer any questions” – Francesca Waugh
“Enjoyed, useful information” – Emma Jackson
To view the slides please click here.
If you would like to chat with one of us about any of these topics as an individual or on behalf of your business, please call us on 0203 178 5360 or submit an enquiry form by clicking here.
2015 Round up seminar – in conjunction with CIPD
22nd Janury 2016
At the end of 2015 we held a joint seminar with CIPD on the key employment law cases and matters of the year.
The topics discussed included unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, a consultation on the tax on termination payments, whistleblowing and the right to be accompanied.
If you would like to chat with one of us about any of these topics as an individual or on behalf of your business, please call us on 0203 178 5360 or email a member of our team by clicking here.
New Rates and Limits from 6 April 2016
15th March 2016
From 6 April 2016 there will be new rates and compensation limits in place for many employment law matters. We have produced a two-page crib sheet to save to your desktop or print and pin up by your desk – which can be found here.
It covers compensation caps and current rates as well as Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal fees. This will be pertinent to unfair dismissal, breach of contract, discrimination, national minimum wage, collective consultation, TUPE, collective consultation, redundancy pay, right to be accompanied, flexible working, statement of written terms and whistleblowing claims; and it provides the current figures for statutory maternity pay, paternity pay, adoption pay, sick pay and the national minimum wage.
Ranked in Legal500 and Chambers & Partners
19th October 2016
We are pleased to announce that our solicitors have been ranked in the current editions of the leading legal directories yet again.
Our employment lawyers are recommended in the Legal500 and Chambers & Partners.
At Kervin & Barnes we cover all employment law matters and spend our days advising companies and senior executives.
We are chuffed that our work continues to be noticed and mentioned by the legal directories, our clients and fellow employment lawyers.