Monthly Archives: May 2012

Accountant who tweeted he would blow up an airport has won his appeal

 Paul Chambers lost his job as an Accountant following an avalanche of publicity when he was convicted in May last year of sending “an electronic comunication of a menacing character”, contrary to provisions of the 2003 Communications Act. The contrite comedian who tweeted a joke threat to “blow up” Robin Hood airport in south Yorkshire [...]

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Pensions Auto-Enrolment: Are you aware the Law is changing?

From 1 October 2012, new laws will come into force under the Pensions Act 2008 as amended by Pensions Act 2011. The aim of the change is to help more people have another income, on top of the State Pension, when they retire and to make it easier for people to start saving. This will [...]

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High Court dismisses claim for harassment and misuse of private photographs and information

The High Court has dismissed a privacy claim brought by the partner of MP Chris Huhne, Carina Trimingham against Associated Newspapers Ltd (the publisher of the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday). Ms Trimingham’s claim related to 65 articles that Associated Newspapers Ltd had published about her over the course of 15 months between [...]

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Employed or Self-Employed?

The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has ruled that £200,000-a-year stripper Nadine Quashie was an employee of Stringfellows club, paving the way for her unfair dismissal claim against the club. The EAT overturned the first-instance ruling that Quashie was self-employed and therefore unable to pursue her claim, stating that: “The judge’s repeated conclusion that there was [...]

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