Chelsea Brooke-Ward discusses the seismic shift in the U.K.’s employment landscape due to the changes that have come into effect as of 1 October.
In the world of employment law, staying updated with changes to regulations and rules is crucial for both employees and employers alike. One such significant development is the forthcoming implementation of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (Amendment) Rules 2023.
In the intricate world of employment law, clear distinctions between statuses are paramount. This clarity, however, can often be eclipsed by legal nuances, leading to landmark cases that can change the interpretation and application of the law.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward discusses and summarises the proposed changes and additions to the UK Employment Arena and the implications this may have on businesses and lawyers.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward discusses the ground breaking decision, the Northern Ireland Court of Appeal has ruled that workers do not lose the right to claim historic arrears of holiday pay.
We’re thrilled to invite you to the official launch of “A Practical Guide to Valuing Employment Discrimination Claims,” co-authored by our very own Head of Employment, Chelsea Brooke-Ward.
A Police officer who exploited a promotional offer to get free pints of lager has been banned from the from the service for life.
The Yorkshire Law Awards judges noted “The winner of Rising Star of the Year is a brilliant professional who was promoted to head of their team after just three years. Their work has seen promising growth in their practice area. This rising star is also dedicated to making a difference. Their fantastic achievements include writing […]
Park Square Barristers have been short listed for 4 awards at this year’s Yorkshire Legal Awards.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward of Park Square Barristers presents employment webinar.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward discussed the employment case of Uber Taxis.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward discusses her unfair dismissal case, Mark Swailes v Muller UK & Ireland Group LLP.