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Philip Landau
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Employment Law Solicitor with national UK profile, acting for employees.
Employment Law Solicitor with national UK profile, acting for employees.

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As shared parental leave is rolled out from today, what are your rights? Please see my blog. http://lnkd.in/baDSbJW
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What are your rights if you are suspended at work? Please see my blog.  

http://www.morganmckinley.co.uk/article/spotlight-suspension-work
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Using e-cigarettes in the office is becoming a burning issue
Some UK employers have already banned 'vapers' from using e-cigs at their desk – but there is no legal reason to do so.

Please see my Guardian blog.

http://www.theguardian.com/money/work-blog/2014/jun/03/e-cigarette-office-smoking-vaping-tobacco
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Can your employer show you a red card if you take time off to watch the World Cup? Please see my Guardian blog. 
http://www.theguardian.com/money/work-blog/2014/jun/10/flexible-working-during-world-cup#start-of-comments
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Please see my Guardian blog explaining the new tribunal rules before you can lodge a claim.
http://www.theguardian.com/money/blog/2014/apr/07/how-employment-rules-affect-you-acas 
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Statutory Redundancy payments increase from 6th April, but your employer may pay you far more. Please see my latest blog.

http://www.cityjobs.com/cityblog/2014/04/11/statutory-redundancy-payments-increase-6th-april-employer-pay  #jobs  
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Please see my blog in The Guardian today which explains how the new Employment Tribunal rules will affect you. 

From now until 6th May, it is voluntary to first contact ACAS before you can lodge a claim. After 6th May, it becomes compulsory to contact ACAS first. ACAS will try to conciliate between you and your employer. This is called "Early Conciliation". 


http://www.theguardian.com/money/blog/2014/apr/07/how-employment-rules-affect-you-acas  
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