Katie Clark

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Katie Clark has significant experience advising on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment matters. Katie’s client base spans multiple business sectors and includes global corporations, financial institutions, FTSE 100 companies, manufacturing companies, service providers and start-ups. Katie is noted for her commercial approach to assisting clients to deal with employment issues ranging from day-to-day employee relations, to negotiating public limited company (PLC) board director contracts and significant business restructuring. Read Katie Clark's full bio.

Returning to the Workplace in the UK: Key Issues for Employers

By and on Jul 8, 2020
Posted In Employment

As the UK Government works through its phased COVID-19 recovery strategy and lockdown restrictions are progressively eased, employers in the United Kingdom are contemplating the implications of returning staff to the workplace. In this article, we address some of the key issues for employers to consider, with a particular focus on the UK Government’s “Covid-secure”...

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The Month of Change: June Ushers in the “New Normal” in the United Kingdom

By and on Jun 11, 2020
Posted In Employment

In the UK, changes in restrictions will see non-essential shops opening and many workers hesitantly going back into offices even though they could work from home. Government focus has therefore started to shift to the “re-opening” of business. Access the full article.

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UK Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: Significant Developments

By and on Apr 28, 2020
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment

Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has issued its sixth update to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Guidance (Guidance). Separately, the UK Treasury has issued a Treasury Direction (Direction) to HMRC setting out the legal framework for the Scheme. There are few points that have been clarified in the Guidance, but there is one glaring...

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Brexit Update: Effects on Employment

By and on Feb 6, 2020
Posted In Employment

The United Kingdom is no longer a member of the European Union and has entered into a transition period until December 31 2020, unless an extension of 1 or 2 years is agreed by July 1 2020 (the Brexit Long Stop Date). During this transition period, the UK will continue to trade with the EU...

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UK Tax Changes Shift Worker Classification Burden to Clients

By and on Nov 26, 2019
Posted In Employment

The UK Government has confirmed that it will extend to the private sector tax rules designed to target tax avoidance by contractors who operate through an intermediary personal service company (PSC). The UK Government has announced that new “off-payroll working” tax rules (commonly known as IR35) will apply to the private sector from April 2020....

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UK Employment Rate and Compensation Increases Now in Effect

By on Apr 23, 2019
Posted In Employment

In case you have been distracted by other recent events in the UK, here is a reminder that the compensation limits on Employment Tribunal awards and certain other amounts payable under UK employment legislation increased as of the first week of April 2019. This alert sets out the changes in full and highlights important consequences...

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Increase in UK Employment Protection Awards

By , and on Apr 3, 2018
Posted In Employment

The compensation limits on Employment Tribunal awards and certain other amounts payable under UK employment legislation will increase as of 6 April 2018. This alert sets out the changes in full and highlights important consequences for employers. Access the full article.

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UK Employment Alert | What to Expect in UK Employment Law in 2018: GDPR, Brexit Negotiations and More

By , and on Jan 11, 2018
Posted In Employment, Privacy and Data Security

Whilst 2017 was anticipated to be a fairly static year for UK employment law, that did not in fact prove to be the case, and there were various notable developments. To a large degree, 2018 is likely to be defined by the ongoing Brexit negotiations and the passage of the EU Withdrawal Bill, which will,...

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UK Employment Alert | The Uber Saga Continues – “Worker” Status in the Gig Economy

By , and on Nov 30, 2017
Posted In Benefit Controversies, Employment, Labor

The UK Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld the Employment Tribunal’s finding that Uber drivers are “workers”. It rejected Uber’s argument that Uber is simply a technology platform acting as an agent to connect self-employed Uber drivers with users of the ride-hailing app. What Is the Issue? The United Kingdom recognises three categories of employment status:...

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“Back to School” Round-Up of Key UK Employment Law Developments in 2017 to Date

By , and on Sep 27, 2017
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Health and Welfare Plans, Labor, Retirement Plans

In this “back to school” round-up, we take the opportunity to catch up on the most important UK employment law events and developments in 2017 to date. Continue Reading

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