I am Philip Landau an employment lawyer. I have my own practice (Landau Law, Solicitors ) which is based in the City of London. I act mainly for employees including a large number of senior executives. I have regularly been on BBC TV, ITV and local radio as an employment law expert. I also write for The Guardian on employment law related issues.
Philip Landau was invited to speak to Eamonn Holmes on Talk Radio today, in relation to a report that was published showing that more than a million workers are locked out of work due to age discrimination.
Philip Landau was speaking to Eddie Nestor on BBC Radio Londontoday in relation to a report which has been published that shows on average, we all work an extra 36 days a year overtime. The discussion also related to your rights to refuse to work overtime.
The landmark decision by the Supreme Court follows a string of other cases, including those brought by Uber drivers, and means that many categories of people who are classified as “self-employed”, may actually be “workers” as far as employment law is concerned. What follows are the right to then be receive the National Minimum Wage, paid holidays, rest breaks and the right to claim discrimination.
Philip Landau was speaking to presenter Clive Bull on LBC News Radio today. This was in relation to Jeremy Corbyn’s speech, in which he stated he would like to change the law so that all staff in the hospitality trade retained 100% of their gratuities. Philip was discussing the employment lw aspects of this.
Philip Landau was a guest speaker yesterday at Naidex, which is Europe’s most established public event dedicated to the care, rehabilitation and lifestyle of people with a disability or impairment. The event took place at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham.
Philip Landau was invited by the world’s largest drinks company, Diageo plc to speak to over 250 staff on a joint panel, in relation to bullying and harassment at work. This was part of the company’s compliance day for their staff.
Philip Landau was talking to Iain Dale on LBC News Radio today in relation to bullying and harassment in the workplace. This followed the story being reported in the media about the bullying allegations being made against the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, by his private secretary.