Old Firm: The match verdict on philosophical belief
Some say football is a religion, but does fervent support for Rangers FC amount to “philosophical belief”?
The future of interim relief in discrimination claims
Employment tribunal advocate Thomas Fuller examines the recent case of Steer v Stormsure Ltd
The ethical veganism case: a reflection of a progressive society
Discrimination lawyer Yara Ali-Adib looks at last week’s headline-grabbing ruling
Social media sackings ignore rights to privacy and free expression
UK courts are unduly harsh on employees sacked for their foolish social media posts, argues UCL Professor Virginia Mantouvalou
Why our employment laws need some serious attention
Nottingham law grad Fraser Collingham reflects on his recent experience working in the hospitality industry and explains why employment law reform is much-needed
Can we regulate Uber into ‘doing the right thing’?
In the first of its kind, Legal Cheek launches an occasional series exploring buzzing legal research across the UK and internationally
Supreme Court’s ground-breaking employment tribunal fees decision – what now?
Balance of power has shifted to employees, says Mayer Brown’s Caroline Mathews
Why Uber and Pimlico Plumbers have both tried to have their cake and eat it
A look at the gig economy litigation and what it means for employment law