Employment Up to Date — May 2013
Addleshaw Goddard has released the May 2013 edition of its Employment Up to Date publication.
This issue covers: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013: further details of implementation dates; Employment Tribunal and EAT fees: draft order laid before parliament and implementation date announced; Court of Appeal upholds bankers’ multi-million bonus claim; are post-employment victimisation claims covered by the Equality Act 2010?; High Court upholds a 12-month non-solicitation restrictive covenant; and EAT reviews penalty for technical breaches of duty to inform and consult.
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