A group of judges told the Employment Tribunal on Tuesday that they are being unfairly underpaid, arguing that when they occasionally act in more senior roles they should be paid the same as the judges in those higher positions.
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Judges Fight For Higher Pay When Acting In Senior Roles

By Lucia Osborne-Crowley

A group of judges told the Employment Tribunal on Tuesday that they are being unfairly underpaid, arguing that when they occasionally act in more senior roles they should be paid the same as the judges in those higher positions.

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NHS Surgeon Loses Appeal Over Fixed-Term Status

By Tabitha Burbidge

A locum consultant breast surgeon lost her bid to become a permanent employee at a London hospital trust Tuesday after an appellate judge found that the trust was entitled to keep her on a fixed-term contract.

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HSBC Manager Won't Be Reinstated After Unfair Dismissal

By Eddie Beaver

An employment tribunal has refused to order HSBC to reinstate a former manager after it unfairly dismissed her in a flawed redundancy process, finding that the bank would have ended her employment on the same day anyway.

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ENFORCEMENT

Solicitor Who Stalked Ex-Girlfriend Struck Off

By Sophia Dourou

A solicitor convicted of stalking over repeatedly kicking his ex-girlfriend's door and threatening to "sort her out" has been struck off by a tribunal Tuesday.

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LITIGATION

Manufacturer Demands Ex-Director Gives Up Personal Emails

By Eddie Beaver

A chemicals manufacturer is suing its former director for keeping hold of his personal email addresses after he left the job, which it claims contain business invoices and information about the company's performance.

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EXPERT ANALYSIS

Tips For Orgs Using NDAs In Light Of New UK Legislation

The recent passage of the Victims and Prisoners Act follows a crackdown on the misuse of nondisclosure agreements, but although NDAs are not prohibited and regulators recognize their legitimate justification, organizations relying on them must be able to clearly explain that justification if challenged, say attorneys at Macfarlanes.

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