European Employment Law Update: Spain — October 2013
Hogan Lovells has released its quarterly newsletter on European employment matters and trends for 2013. In this edition, it takes a look, across various jurisdictions, at the issues that arise where employment contracts purport to restrict employees from competing against their former employers. This section focuses on Spain.
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