Settlement Agreements ( formerly known as Compromise Agreements) are a common feature during the termination of employment in the modern day workplace.
Mr Lawrence Jegede our resident qualified solicitor will discuss what it is, what you need to look out for and when it should/could be used.
It has been a while since our last episode but we are determined to bring more regular episodes of the show.
Please bear with us and thanks for watching.
Its another edition of Legal Peppersoup and we are joined by our regular guest Mr Lawrence Jegede to discuss in brief, this all too important topic in employment law.
As always, we have aimed to keep it simple!
Yes, it’s a new look episode 5, as it has been recorded with visuals for the first time.
In Matters Arising, we discuss the Right to Rent and the Derivation of citizenship provisions of the Immigration Act 2014 and 2016.
In Case Corner, we discuss the case of Paposhvili v Belgium  (Applcn No. 41738/10) and its importance in relation to Article 3 of the ECHR.
We hope you like it.
Yes, this is all unfolding like a strangely written soap opera.
The High Court has ruled that the government can not trigger Artice 50 of the Lisbon Treaty without a vote from Parliament.
The government has appealed this decision and it has been fast tracked to the Supreme Court to be heard in December.
We are in the studio with Lawrence Jegede to discuss its implications and whether it will have any effects on EEA nationals and their family members in the UK.
In this episode we are joined by Barrister Amaka Nnamani, an immigration and human rights specialist.
She sheds light on the current position regarding the so called ‘7 – year rule’, explains how it applies and the refers to the leading cases of MA (Pakistan) and others  EWCA Civ 705 and PD and others (Article 8-conjoined family claims) Sri Lanka  UKUT 00108 (IAC)].
However, as usual, we aim to keep it simple.
Retaining the Rights of residence, EEA national family members
With a slight change to our previously notified episode on Benefit Fraud, due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to put that in the cooler. However, we still intend to bring you that episode in the upcoming weeks.
In this episode 2, Mr Lawrence Jegede, explains the concept of retained rights of residence for EEA national family members, when it can apply, how to make an application and what mistakes to avoid.
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Currently bubbling in the pipeline is Episode 2 of the Legal Peppersoup Podcast. So many people are being caught out for benefit fraud, a lot quite innocently due to the fact that they fail to report a change of their circumstances and a variety of other reasons.
We will break this down, explain the pitfalls, traps to avoid and what to do if you are being investigated or have been charged with benefit fraud.
Episode 2 will be uploaded in the next few days….so watch out.