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The European Court has ruled that obesity may fall within the concept of ‘disability’, attracting protection against discrimination.
On 2 December, Eversheds hosted its annual Food and Drink conference, which opened with a keynote speech by Adam Leyland, editor of The Grocer.
The government has announced changes to the law which will limit claims for deductions from pay filed on or after 1 July 2015 to deductions which occurred in the two-year period before the claim is filed.
Sponsors of contracted-out defined-benefit schemes should have this issue on their agenda for Q2 of 2015.
This speedbrief looks at the Ombudsman’s decision and its implications for clients who find themselves involved with pensions liberation schemes.
Employment Tribunal fees are here to stay for the time being after the High Court rejected Unison’s claim that the fees regime is unlawful.
In recent years, many consumer-facing multi-national companies have been paying increasing attention to a developing global business and human rights agenda.
Eversheds has appointed three new partners in its employment, real-estate and projects/procurement groups in Ireland.
Section 56 of the Data Protection Act 1998, dormant since the DPA came into force, is expected to be implemented shortly.
Simon Tytherleigh has commented on the announcement by the Smith Commission that control of the employment tribunal system in Scotland is to be devolved.
UK: privacy and information law update — enforced subject access: a new criminal offence under the Data Protection Act 1998
Section 56 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), dormant since the DPA came into force, is expected to be implemented shortly.
On 25 November, HMRC issued two Revenue & Customs Briefs. Eversheds has set out the background and a suggested way forward.
Eversheds Saladžius’ head of marketing Aušra Jefremoviene and attorneys-at-law Nerijus Zaleckas and Arnoldas Jokubaitis will be delivering a presentation at National Careers Week.
According to a study, the UK’s biggest firms have four times more foreign directors than their US counterparts and female representation on boards is also growing.
Mark Fletcher has commented on the EAT’s decision that UK law is not compatible with EU law on the protection of workers during large-scale redundancies.
Frances Fitzgerald TD addressed the inaugural meeting of the Eversheds Women’s Leadership Initiative (EWLI) at Eversheds’ Dublin office on 13 November.
Eversheds Saladžius, in co-operation with Vilnius LIONS club, recently invited students from Vilnius ‘Versme’ School to visit the law firm’s office.
Eversheds has appointed lateral hire Matthew Kelly as an employment partner in the firm’s education employment team. He joins the firm from Thomas Eggar.
Eversheds, Ireland’s only full-service international law firm, has made two senior appointments to the team.
The EAT has held that claimants’ holiday pay should have been calculated to include overtime. Simon Rice-Birchall, partner at Eversheds, has commented.