Chelsea Brooke-Ward discusses her unfair dismissal case, Mark Swailes v Muller UK & Ireland Group LLP.
The Respondents had previously seen a downturn in work when the oil prices dropped, as a large degree of their custom was from the oil and gas industry. On that basis, the Respondents forecasted their need for weekly working hours going forward and predicted that there would be a reduction.
The claim concerned an employee who had been working at the international business processing outsourcing and professional services company just less than a year.
In a landmark decision the Supreme Court has ruled that The Central London Employment Tribunal, and the Court of Appeal were correct to find that the Claimant Uber drivers were “workers”, rather than independent contractors.
PSQB Barrister Chelsea Brooke-Ward has written the lead article on the front page of the latest edition of “the barrister” magazine.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward has been nominated for two awards in the She Has No Limits Recognition Awards Ceremony. An event created for celebrating women’s accomplishments in the workplace.
Miss Brooke-Ward, successfully represented Megan Gorman at the Manchester Employment Tribunal at Preliminary Hearing listed to deal with employment status.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward and Nathan Davis provide a short summary as to the legal issues that can arise for those who have been made, or who face being made, redundant.
Yesterday the Law Commission released its Recommendations following The Law Commission’s 13th Programme of Law Reform which included a review of the employment law hearing structures. On 26th September 2018, the Law Commission published a consultation paper and sought responses from the profession to the proposed implementations. The consultation period closed on 31 January 2019. […]
In the midst of this uncertain time, employers and employees are struggling to grasps the new Government Schemes and understand what if anything they are entitled to claim to help support them through this crisis. Chelsea Brooke-Ward discusses the new HMRC guidance.
Chelsea Brooke-Ward a Barrister in the Commercial and Chancery team at Park Square Barristers discusses the most frequently asked question “can commercial tenants withhold rent?”, and the likely affects and outcomes for commercial leases and landlords
PSQB is delighted that recent recruitment to the civil team has further enhanced the number of members with specialist experience in Housing work.