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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 released the 13 January 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
This year, the SEC is intent on bringing record numbers of financial reporting cases and has some new tools and resources to enable it to do so.
DLA Piper has published the winter edition of Law à la Mode, which includes a review of the potential pitfalls and opportunities when franchising in the UAE.
2014 deadlines approach to furnish incentive stock option and employee stock purchase plan information statements and returns
Section 6039 of the Internal Revenue Code requires a corporation to furnish a written statement to certain employees or former employees.
An office party that goes off the rails is a real source of employee complaints, workers compensation claims, damaged collegial relationships and even litigation.
An employee may want to record a conversation in the workplace for any number of reasons.
The line between conduct that may be said to have taken place within or outside the workplace is often quite blurry.
Recent Australian privacy reforms will significantly affect offshore share incentives for Australian employees
The changes to the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) significantly increase the obligations imposed on an offshore parent or related entity that collects or deals with personal information from Australian employees.
The government has approved the repeal of the Social Security (Categorisation of Earners) Regulations 1978 to the extent that they relate to entertainers.
Amendments to the auto-enrolment legislation to take account of practical experience came into force at the beginning of this month.
ASIC is proposing to update and broaden its current employee share scheme class-order relief and regulatory guidance in response to developments in market practice and the need for clarity.
DLA Piper has released its latest Pensions News publication, which reports on recent developments in pensions legislation, guidance and case law.
Unions target tech companies’ outside vendors: four action points when your company is caught in the middle
Since the technology company does not employ the individuals performing the services, it has nothing to worry about from labour unions seeking to organise them. Right?
Workplace guides in place for start of Australian anti-bullying laws in 2014 — replacing proposed Code of Practice
After two rounds of public consultation, Safe Work Australia has determined to release its draft Code of Practice on Preventing and Responding to Workplace Bullying in the form of a guide.
The anti-retaliation provisions of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act only confer protections to whistleblowers who report conduct to the SEC.