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A recent case on restrictive covenants has highlighted the strength and importance of nuisance covenants, and also the risk of lapse of restrictive covenants with specific consent provisions.
Amy Wallhead, a private client solicitor at Hewitsons, has recently trained to be a Dementia Friend Champion and will be delivering four Dementia Friends Sessions at the firms Cambridge office in the coming months.
Law firm Hewitsons has increased its number one positions in the latest Legal 500 directory rankings across East Anglia, the East Midlands and the South East.
The EAT has provided guidance on the role of Human Resources in disciplinary proceedings.
Mr Edwards was part of a team of employees working on a contract. From 2006, he went on long term sick leave. Due to his medical condition, he could not return to work at all, and was subsequently accepted onto his employer’s permanent health insurance scheme.
The ongoing challenge by Unison as to the lawfulness of fees in the employment tribunal system has been dismissed by the Court of Appeal (R (Unison) v Lord Chancellor and another  EWCA Civ 935.) Unison initially challenged the introduction of fees in the employment tribunal by way of judicial review in 2014.