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Data Subject Access Request: Advice for Employers

20 March 2023

In this podcast Ciara Duggan and Oscar Poku members of the Data Protection team at Clarkslegal discuss DSARs in an employment law context, as they often appear where there is on ongoing dispute between an employee and their employer. They will explain what exactly a DSAR is, how one is made, and how companies should respond if they receive one.

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How to undertake a fair redundancy

01 August 2022

Recently, many employers have been considering restructuring their business. Listen to Melanie Pimenta, Senior Solicitor at Clarkslegal explore the considerations when undertaking a fair redundancy process.

Fit note changes & proving employee sickness

12 July 2022

Employees can now be signed off work when sick by nurses, occupational therapists, pharmacists and physiotherapists who can sign statements of fitness for work, also known as a GP fit note. But what might this mean for employers who suspect that a worker is exaggerating their condition for some reason?

Determining Employment status: The NHS Dentist Case

29 June 2022

In this podcast listen to the case of Sejpal v Rodericks Dental Limited, which focuses on the status of a dentist and was heard by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), tried to offer some clarity on how the tests for employment status should be applied.

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  • 23 February 2023
  • Immigration

How to obtain a UK worker sponsor licence?

We can support your business with all aspects of setting up and maintaining your sponsor licence. Our UK immigration team provides a comprehensive approach, preparing the entire licence application, taking into account the commercial considerations for your business.

  • 23 February 2023
  • Privacy and Data Protection

Artificial intelligence: an exciting technology, or a venture into unknown waters?

The Law Society states that ‘artificial intelligence’ (AI) involves computer systems which can replicate human cognitive functions, and that it includes algorithms detecting patterns in data, as well as applying these to automate certain tasks.

  • 22 February 2023
  • Employment

Should the without prejudice rule apply to your settlement agreement? 

Settlement negotiations are generally subject to the 'without prejudice' rule. This means that evidence of genuine attempts to settle an existing dispute cannot be disclosed in tribunal or court proceedings.

  • 14 February 2023
  • Employment

Helen Beech comments on ‘how best to handle workplace romances to avoid tribunal claims’

In Personnel Today, Helen Beech, Partner at Clarkslegal comments on the legal side of love.

  • 14 February 2023
  • Corporate and M&A

Clarkslegal’s corporate team advises the shareholders of Independent Governance Group on sale to LDC

Led by Corporate Partners, Stuart Mullins and Ashan Arif, Clarkslegal’s corporate team advised the exiting shareholders of the Independent Governance Group on their multi-million pound sale to private equity investment firm, LDC.

  • 13 February 2023
  • Litigation and dispute resolution

Supreme Court makes landmark decision in the Tate Modern Case

The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of local residents in their nuisance claim against the Tate Modern whose gallery viewing platform overlooked their homes.