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Archives: Feb 29, 2016

From Shetland to Truro – why Great Britain should maintain a united employment tribunal system

Posted on Feb 29, 2016 By In The Expert View, Opinion

Malcolm Mackay, Chairman of United Employment Lawyers, shares his views on proposed changes to the employment tribunal system in Scotland. As an experienced employment lawyer who cares about my chosen field I feel qualified and compelled to state a position on proposals to downgrade the employment tribunal system in Scotland.

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United’s Aussie Adventure

Posted on Feb 24, 2016 By In News from the UEL network

Long established commercial law firm, Mullins Lawyers, is the first firm in the Southern Hemisphere to join United Employment Lawyers. Mullins Employment and Industrial Relations Partner, Alan Strain, commented “A lot of our clients are doing business in the United Kingdom and Europe nowadays. We are also finding clients of other

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Uncertainty and chaos could follow proposed changes to employment tribunal system in Scotland

Posted on Feb 22, 2016 By In Employment news, The Expert View

In light of the fundamental changes that are being proposed to the Employment Tribunal system by the Scottish Government, Malcolm Mackay (pictured), Chairman of United Employment Lawyers, considers that now seems to be a good time to reflect on how parties to employment disputes might be affected. The proposal, which

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