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Africa e-briefing, December 2014: OHADA Masters degree; integration of EALI members; EALI and Morrocan country guide, COMESA guidelines and foreign exchange reform
Eversheds’ Africa e-briefing includes the new OHADA Masters degree, the integration of EALI members, the EALI summit and country guides, Morrocan guide, COMESA guidelines and foreign exchange reform.
The European Court has ruled that obesity may fall within the concept of ‘disability’, attracting protection against discrimination.
Versloot Dredging BV & Or v HDI Gerling Industrie Versicherung AG & Ors considered whether the entire claim is forfeit if an Insured relies on fraudulent means or devices in pursuing a claim.
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.
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.
Risks around reporting to credit reference agencies following the decision in Grace & Anor v Black Horse
The practical implications of Grace appear to be at odds with the message in McGuffick that creditors are entitled to make adverse credit reference reports about defaulting debtors when the debts are unenforceable.
Advocate-general Jääskinen has concluded that there is no general principle of EU law prohibiting discrimination in the labour market.
There has been a rise in the numbers of DoLS applications, perhaps due to the recent judgment in Cheshire West.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has recently given another decision on the subject of age discrimination and justification.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has upheld the Tribunal’s decision in Seldon that compulsory retirement, in this case involving a partner in a law firm, was justified.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has recently given an interesting ruling on redundancy selection that could open the door to more claims from disabled employees.
Tribunals are shortly to be given new powers to order employers to conduct equal-pay audits in some circumstances.
Later this year, the CJEU is expected to give a ruling addressing the extent to which EU law protects workers against discrimination on grounds of obesity.
In this briefing, Eversheds details cases of interest, including their name, the issue and the stage reached.
This act enables the secretary of state to introduce regulations that will allow undertakers to exit the competitive part of the retail market.
UK labour law update — September 2014: measures to tighten strike laws; commentary on 2013 strike statistics; and more
Eversheds has released its UK labour law update for September, which presents news and case law.
The basis of inter vivos trusts in South Africa is that a trust is created by the disposal by a person of assets to a person or persons to be administered for the benefit of a specified category of persons.
The most important advantage of international arbitration is the enforceability of its result, as a deal is only as reliable as the mechanism by which it can be made legally enforceable.
The Court of Appeal decision in CLP Holding Company Ltd v Singh (1) Kaur (2) prompts consideration of a common oversight in dealing with dilapidations claims.
Statistics published by the UK Ministry of Justice for the period of April to June 2014 show a further drop in employment tribunal claims.