Lawtel PRECEDENTS — Employment
An important collection of over 250 employment precedents make up the Lawtel Precedents — Employment solution, including clauses and drafting guides. The service includes:
- Areas from pre-employment questionnaires to redundancy
- A selection of industry-specific clauses, and clauses for different categories of employees
- Precedents required for a staff handbook
- Company policy issues such as grievance; confidentiality; security; restraint of trade; data protection; and health and safety
- Checklists for handling various employment procedures
- Precedents for breach of contract actions, industrial tribunal proceedings and High Court litigation
Content from the Sweet & Maxwell looseleaf title Employment Precedents and Company Policy Documents are included in this solution and contain a range of employment precedents, including ones specific to particular industries, and those concerning matters of company policy such as security, industrial tribunal proceedings and High Court litigation.
Also included are precedents from Transfer of Undertakings, another Sweet & Maxwell looseleaf title, relating to the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations and subsequent interpretations by the courts, including tried and tested indemnity clauses, and supported by guidance on drafting.
Employment Precedents and Company Policy Documents — Authorship
Alan Julyan, Partner — Speechly Bircham
Simon Jeffreys, Partner — CMS Cameron McKenna LLP
His Honour Judge Jeremy McMullen QC — a Judge of the Employment Appeal Tribunal
Online Content Contributors:
Stuart Brittenden — Old Square Chambers
Betsan Criddle — Old Square Chambers
Rod McKenzie — Harper Mcleod
Adam Brett — L'Estrange and Brett
Alexandra Davidson — Berwin Leighton Paisner
Damian Brown — Old Square Chambers
Sue Ashtiany — Nabarro Nathanson
Transfer of Undertakings — Authorship
Jeremy Lewis is a barrister at Littleton Chambers. He specialises in Employment Law and Commercial Litigation and has written widely on a range of employment law issues.
Online Content Contributor
Simon Jeffreys of Cameron McKenna
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