Law at Work (LaW) has seen employment claims rise since fees were abolished in July 2017.
As a consequence of the oil and gas downturn, a number of employers are having to make difficult decisions around redundancies.
Euan Smith, Associate for Stronachs, discusses whether an European divorce could bring trouble and strife for employment lawyers.
Although I grew up in the 70s, my position as an employment lawyer means I have embraced the use of social media.
A former prosecutor claims she was dismissed from her high-profile post over "speculation" that she could cause damage to the reputation of the Crown Office.
When a business transfers to a new owner or a there is a change in the business providing services, the employees working in the business may be protected by the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE).
Fines for employers who have illegal workers on their staff have doubled to £20,000 under a new Home Office Code of Practice aimed at clamping down on illegal working.
The introduction of new rules restricting the ability of workers to take unfair-dismissal claims to an employment tribunal has prompted a growing number to take their bosses to court instead, according to a leading employment lawyer.