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Be Global — further changes to Saudi Arabia’s Nitaqat System; Spain issues first judgment on the calculation of vacation pay; and more download
Be Global is DLA Piper’s snapshot of key global employment law developments designed to help you identify legal hotspots across your global operations.
The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in an important case on garden leave (Sunrise Brokers LLP v Rodgers).
Australian government commits to reform tax treatment of employee stock awards: five takeaways for US-based companies
The Australian government is to reform the tax treatment of employee stock awards as part of its Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda.
Accessibility 2.0 — is your company’s website accessible to disabled individuals? Five practical steps toward compliance
Accessibility under the ADA and the Unruh Civil Rights Act includes website access for the visually impaired and others who use assistive technology when accessing the internet.
Law à la Mode — understanding the EU Consumer Rights Directive; free zones in the UAE; unregistered design rights; and more
The German editorial team presents the 14th edition of Law à la Mode, the quarterly legal magazine brought to you by DLA Piper’s fashion, retail and design group.
BYOD smartphones and tablets are the ‘Achilles heel’ of the IT security of most organisations and are the technology most often involved in cyber attacks.
Last week, Bloomberg BNA presented a webinar titled ‘The current state of joint employer law: how can both employers and unions prepare for the future?’.
The federal government is set to reverse the controversial employee share schemes tax changes implemented in 2009 and set up a separate tax regime for start-up entities.
Social media is an ever-increasing area of litigation. Facebook users spend more than 10.5 billion minutes per day on the website, for example.
Health Alert — Gray v Richards; Psychology Board of Australia v G; health insurance legislation amendment; and more
DLA Piper has released the 20 October 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
This article briefly surveys risks from the US healthcare perspective when companies choose to adopt a BYOD policy.
The High Court of Australia has held that the termination of an employee for holding up a ‘scab’ sign while engaging in lawful industrial activity did not breach the Fair Work Act.
Pensions News — September 2014: budget reforms; legislation; public service pension schemes; and more
This edition of Pensions News summarises the key developments from September 2014.
Welcome to the sixth issue of Spotlight on Belgium. DLA Piper’s Belgian team brings you up to speed with the latest legal updates.
This guide provides sound, practical advice on the relevant laws and regulations for foreign companies looking to invest in Australia.
Joe Hockey MP has reportedly stated that the federal government is determined to address the problems arising from the 2009 employee share schemes tax changes.
Employment, benefits, social security and immigration are all matters currently reserved to the UK Parliament, but whether this will remain the case is not yet known.
Facing the looming economic threat: third parties retain the right to intervene in threatened industrial action
Third parties have retained the recently acquired right to intervene to protect their interests in the face of threatened industrial action.
DLA Piper highlights four key challenges and related ‘cures’ for dealing with one particularly perplexing group — distributors.
The issue of so-called facilitation payments and other small bribes is a thorn in the side of many international businesses.