1. What employment law changes are happening in April?
  2. Christian fights NHS for right to talk of her faith
  3. Employers sting fathers with low paternity pay
  4. Changes to Adoption Leave and Pay from 5 April 2015: Technical Guidance for Employers
  5. Jurisdiction issue in conspiracy claims against ex-employees - Arcadia Petroleum Ltd v Bosworth [QBD (Comm)] 01.04.15 (Unreported)
  6. Shared parental leave now available
  7. Former London banker Svetlana Lokhova awarded £3.2m after 'severe' harassment
  8. EAT decision re fee remission - Deangate Ltd v Hatley [EAT] 26.03.15 (Unreported)
  9. Whistleblowing and the public interest test - Chesterton Global Ltd (t/a Chestertons) and another v Nurmohamed [EAT] 08.04.15 (Unreported)
  10. Officer in discrimination win
  11. Scotland: a fair work nation
  12. Council faces huge equal pay bill
  13. European Commission consultation re equality of the sexes - Equality between women and men in the EU
  14. Discrimination claim settled by Goldman Sachs
  15. Banker awarded £3.2 million after ‘severe, disgraceful’ harassment
  16. Costs order against poorly off applicant - EAT upholds £10,000 costs order against claimant "in dire straits"
  17. The 2015 election – what will the impact on employment law be?
  18. Trade union recognition: scope of collective bargaining - British Airline Pilots Association v Jet2.com Ltd [QBD] 23.04.15 (Unreported)
  19. Dismissal at expiry of fixed-term contract: whether for a reason "related to the individuals concerned" (Supreme Court) - University and College Union v The University of Stirling [SupCrt S] 29.04.15
  20. Meaning of "establishment" in redundancy cases (CJEU judgment in Woolworths case) - Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers (USDAW) and others v Ethel Austin Ltd and others (C-80/14) [ECJ] 30.04.15 (Unreported)
  21. Exercise by employment judge of discretion to sit alone or with lay members - Birring v Rogers (t/a Charity Link) [EAT] (Unreported) 25.03.15