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Law à la Mode — April 2014: fashion flair transforms wearable technologies; delivering IT services in the retail sector; and more
DLA Piper has released the April 2014 issue of its Law à la Mode publication.
For employers wondering whether their policies are in compliance, we have prepared this brief outline of the law’s key requirements.
From next year, you could face tax penalties under the rules of the ACA if you fail to offer healthcare coverage to your full-time employees and their dependents.
In recent weeks, the government has announced a number of key changes to employment law that will be coming into force in the next few months.
In July 2013, the government introduced a new regime of ‘protected conversations’, preventing certain discussions from being admissible in tribunal proceedings.
The EAT has now listed the cases of Bear Scotland Ltd v Fulton and Neal v Freightliner Ltd to be heard on 30 and 31 July 2014.
This is an introduction to the dissertation of Marnix Holtzer. His dissertation appeared in February 2014 and was published by Kluwer.
Muddy employee incentive issues in a disappointing exit: nine practical tips for public company acquirers
In mediocre pay-outs, transaction proceeds are unlikely to give a substantial return to common stockholders, yet may be sufficient to return the initial investment to preferred stockholders.
DLA Piper has appointed Brett Feltham as a partner in the firm’s employment group. He commences in the firm’s Sydney office on 7 April 2014.
DLA Piper has launched its global Leadership Alliance for Women (LAW) programme in Australia this month.
DLA Piper, in conjunction with its client GE and IMMMA Advocates, has begun a teaching course at the Law School of Tanzania for the fifth consecutive year.
The Fair Work Commission’s anti-bullying powers came into force on 1 January 2014. The new rules can apply to bullying that occured before that date.
DLA Piper’s Leadership Alliance for Women —a network dedicated to retaining and developing its women into leaders — is expanding across the firm’s international offices.
DLA Piper has released the winter 2014 issue of SHE Matters, a newsletter dedicated to safety, health and the environment.
Employers have a much greater opportunity to collect and retain vast amounts of information. This information is useful to have on file — but what are the risks?
California has a reputation for employment litigation: it is the state where everyone seems to feel obliged to sue their boss for something.
France’s Data Protection Authority has for the first time adopted truly sweeping changes to its Single Authorization No. 004 on Whistleblowing.
This issue contains articles relating to human rights in the mining industry, data protection issues, the ability to remove squatters and the crackdown on bribery and corruption.
DLA Piper has announced that James Brogan, Paul Hall, Joseph Kernen and Norman Leon have been recognised in a BTI Consulting Group report.
DLA Piper’s head of global equity, Dean Fealk, has been appointed to the Northern California DEC.