Philip Landau was quoted in The Independent in relation to the latest gender pay gap reporting requirements by employers. This appeared in the subscription part of the publication, so the comments we provided are reproduced below:- What might be some legal challenges for businesses in reporting their gender pay gap? Could they be bound to […]
Philip Landau was on Talk Radio today chatting to Julia Hartley-Brewer in relation to the appeal by Uber to the EAT in relation to the status of their worker’s rights. Please click here for the full story.
Philip Landau was quoted in The Telegraph today in relation to age discrimination in the working place. The feature is listed in the premium section of the online addition, and therefore subject to subscription, however Philip’s quote appears below: “According to Philip Landau, a leading employment lawyer at City law firm Landau Law, age discrimination […]
Philip Landau today appeared on LBC News Radio talking to Ian Collins about the Government’s naming and shaming of employers who have failed to pay the National Minimum Wage, Please click here for the full story.
Philip Landau was talking to Paul Franks on BBC Radio West Midlands today in relation to the ruling from the Supreme Court that employment tribunal fees are unlawful. Please click here for the full story.
Philip Landau was chatting to Julia Hartley-Brewer on Talk Radio today in relation to the landmark decision from the Supreme Court, ruling that employment tribunal fees are unlawful. Please click here to access our blog on the abolition of employment tribunal fees.
The Supreme Court has today in a landmark decision unanimously ruled that the Government’s employment tribunal fees are unlawful and preventing access to justice. The appeal to the Supreme Court was made by Unison, the UK’s largest trade union after they argued that the tribunal fees discriminated against workers. The fees, which were introduced in […]
The Matthew Taylor Review If you have been keeping up to date with the ongoing ‘worker status’ saga in the news this year, you will know that companies such as Deliveroo, Uber, CitySprint and Pimlico Plumbers have been forced to turn to the tribunal to decide whether or not the individuals they employ are self-employed […]
Philip Landau was on Talk Radio this morning, talking to Julia Hartley- Brewer about the report commissioned by the Government and being published tomorrow by Matthew Taylor about workers’ right. The Report is focusing in particular, on whether some self-employed people should be granted basic employment law rights such as holiday pay, the National Minimum […]
Landau Law was pleased to be one of the sponsors of the 2017 “Guts in Motion” Paris to London bike ride, in aid of Crohn’s and Colitis. Over 40 riders managed to raise in excess of £55k for the 3 day event leaving Paris on 7th July and arriving in London on 9th July.