Now in its sixth edition, the Employment Law Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the main topics within employment law. Its easy to use format makes it an ideal reference guide for general practitioners and a handy aide-memoire for specialists. Fully updated, this new edition covers a range of new and anticipated developments in employment law, including: Rules of Procedure 2013 tribunal fees regime protected settlement conversations ACAS conciliation employee shareholders the 2014 amendments to Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment)Regulations 2006 (TUPE) changes to whistleblowing law and unfair dismissal compensation anticipated changes in maternity, paternity, adoption and parental leave.
Daniel Barnett is a leading employment law barrister practising from Outer Temple Chambers. Acting in high value claims or those involving serious reputational issues, he is a past chair of the Employment Lawyers' Association's publishing committee and electronic services working party. Daniel is the author or co-author of eight books, has founded businesses in legal publishing and legal education, and is the resident lawyer on LBC 97.3. Keira Gore is a barrister at Outer Temple Chambers who specialises in employment law. She represents both employers and employees at first instance and appellate level and is regularly instructed in cases involving whistle-blowing, discrimination, unfair dismissal, restrictive covenants, working time, and TUPE. She speaks and writes regularly on employment law issues. Henry Scrope was in-house lawyer for a private international group of companies in the City of London. He was one for the founder members of the Employment Lawyers Association in 1992 and from the mid-1990s until retirement in 2011 was editor-in-chief of the popular employment law website, www.emplaw.co.uk.