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Those who have had any involvement with Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) litigation in the last year will be unsurprised to learn that TCPA lawsuits are on the rise.
The UK government supports the European Commission’s decision not to impose mandatory quotas; it favours a self-regulatory national level approach.
Equality between men and women was firmly addressed in Spain by a 2007 act on the effective equality between men and women.
The percentage of women on company boards in the Netherlands has increased. However, women are still under-represented in company boards.
Equal opportunities between men and women is a hot topic. Italy is trying to make a step forward, starting in the boardroom.
The proportion of women on supervisory boards of the 160 companies listed in the German stock exchange currently amounts to only 17.4 per cent.
France has adopted a law compelling French companies to aim for a balanced representation of men and women on boards.
The European Parliament has voted to adopt the European Commission’s proposed directive to increase the number of women on the boards of listed companies.
The claimant in Jobcentre Plus v Jamil worked in a job centre some 80 minutes’ travel time from home.
China’s new Trademark Law will come into effect on 1 May 2014. To implement the new law, new regulations have been drafted.
US tax reform update: House Ways and Means chairman tax reform discussion draft and new building blocks for eventual US tax reform
The last two weeks have seen significant developments in building the blocks for what could eventually form the base of US tax reform.
The People’s Republic of China State Secrets Protection Law Implementing Regulations became effective on 1 March 2014.
The FDA has distributed a revised draft guidance document titled ‘Distributing Scientific and Medical Publications on Unapproved New Uses — Recommended Practices’.
BIS has announced that the extension of the right to request flexible working to all employees with 26 weeks’ service will be ‘available’ from 30 June this year.
PC Keohane’s status as a dual narcotics dog handler was important in that it enhanced her career prospects and gave her an opportunity to earn overtime.
Companies in the federal supply chain have an opportunity to prepare for the expansion of government’s anti-human-trafficking rules
This update highlights the salient aspects of the proposed rules and the requirements that are likely to be of most interest to contractors.
Companies should assess their business operations and relationships in Ukraine.
The new compensation limits for dismissals taking place on or after 6 April 2014 have been published.
Ever since the Equality Act came in, there has been uncertainty as to whether it covers post-employment victimisation.
The EAT had to decide two main issues: had the claimant made a ‘disclosure’? Did he suffer detriment as a result of that?