Helen Samuel, associate solicitor and Anna Bridges, associate solicitor, at Addleshaw Goddard, detail the latest rulings.
The European Court of Justice has held that pay in lieu of notice given to a worker who is dismissed without notice during part-time parental leave should be calculated on the basis of his or her full-time salary.
In Morrish v NTL Group Ltd  CSIH 56 CS, the Court of Session has held that a pay in lieu of notice clause could not be implied into a contract of employment.
In Scotts Company (UK) Ltd v Budd, the EAT holds that an employee who had exhausted his contractual entitlement to sick pay, and had remained on unpaid sick leave for a year before he was dismissed, was not entitled to a week's pay for each week of his statutory minimum notice period.
A table summarising the consequences of making a payment in lieu of notice.
A model letter to inform an employee selected for redundancy of the notice period that will apply to him or her.
This week's case roundup from Eversheds, covering company car policy and sex discrimination.
A lump-sum payment to an employee of £75,000 negotiated and agreed between the employer and employee after the employer had given notice of termination was taxable in full as an emolument from the employment, holds the High Court in Richardson (HM Inspector of Taxes) v Delaney.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to payments in lieu of notice.