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Ethan Peters

Employment Lawyer at Markel Law LLP

Sutton, United Kingdom

About Me

I currently provide commercially focused advice on day-to-day and longer-term strategic issues, to a diverse client base of businesses. I advise HR, senior managers, executives and owner-managed businesses on a variety of matters including dismissals, redundancy, TUPE, contracts, restrictive covenants, absence, performance/capability, discrimination, HR policies, disciplinary and grievance cases and procedures. 

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Dismissals for social media posts

There is a growing body of caselaw showing that employers can sometimes dismiss employees for their social media posts. The BBC recently...

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Can an ex- employee ask their former employer to remove their images from promotional material?

Broadly yes.

It will always be useful to look at any agreement/policy which spells out what is to happen to such material once someone’s...

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Supporting transgender employees in the workplace

Acas recently commissioned a research paper into the experiences of transgender employees in the workplace. Their paper offers some...

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Can an employer covertly monitor an employee?

Are you aware of the rules around covert monitoring of employees?

It is sometimes permissible but only in exceptional cases where an...

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