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From 1 May, MOFCOM will make public on its website all decisions resulting in a finding that a company has failed to notify a merger in breach of the AML.
A number of carers were employed by Allied to look after a vulnerable adult.
The two women who brought claims in the European Court both used surrogate mothers in order to have a child.
The ICO has reissued a code of practice on subject access requests. The code was originally published last year but has been updated and re-issued.
There has been further escalation of EU and US sanctions resulting from the events in Ukraine, including new designations and the issuance of a new executive order (EO) on 20 March 2014.
London’s equity capital markets will benefit from a further boost next month as the new stamp duty exemption for securities trading on growth markets comes into effect.
Hong Kong is one of Asia’s earliest adopters of comprehensive data privacy regulation.
Employers have always been reluctant to pursue a civil claim against former employees for losses incurred as a result of their negligence or misconduct.
The ECJ has confirmed that a woman who has a child by a surrogate mother is not entitled to the benefit of EU pregnancy and maternity rights.
The claimant in Lyons v DWP Jobcentre Plus argued that her dismissal was either direct pregnancy discrimination or direct sex discrimination.
The claimant in Punjab National Bank v Gosain secretly recorded the conversations of members of the panels at grievance and disciplinary hearings she had attended.
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.