|Education||Wadham College, Oxford University (B.A., Philosophy and Psychology, Hons., 1st Class; M.A., 1995); City University (Dip. Law, 1996)|
|Admitted||1997, Barrister; 2009, Solicitor, England and Wales|
|Born||London, England, July 20, 1973|
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Whistleblowing in the UK - The Latest Developments and a Review of the Law
Daniel Ornstein, April 10, 2013
In recent months, the UK has seen a growing focus on the protection afforded to whistleblowers. This attention has emerged because of recurring question linking diverse scandals, such as phone hacking and those that have hit the health service and the banking sector: namely, would a different...
Public Interest, Good Faith and Whistleblowing - The Latest From The UK
Lloyd B. Chinn,Daniel Ornstein, February 21, 2013
The UK Government is in the process of making important changes to UK whistleblowing legislation (which will be implemented through the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill). The key changes, which are expected to come into force in April 2013, are as follows.
Peta-Anne Barrow,Daniel Ornstein,Jennifer Wheater, January 17, 2013
The cap on unfair dismissal compensatory award will increase from £72,300 to £74,200 and the cap on weekly pay (used to calculate the unfair dismissal basic award and statutory redundancy pay) will increase from £430 to £450. Maximum unfair dismissal awards will therefore rise to £87,700.
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