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The claimant brought various claims against the council, a previous employer from whom she had TUPE transferred and also against a number of individual colleagues.
The new Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act renames compromise agreements ‘settlement agreements’.
Contract Bottling Ltd v Cave arose out of a redundancy exercise conducted by a company that needed to make cuts in administration and accounts staff.
The EC has adopted a set of proposals in an attempt to make it easier for victims of competition law breaches to bring claims for compensation.
In late 2011, the government asked Mr Justice Underhill to conduct a wholesale review of the rules governing employment tribunal procedure.
In Martin v Devonshires Solicitors, the EAT found that it was not victimisation to dismiss an employee who had raised a number of unfounded grievances against her employer alleging sex discrimination.
The Supreme Court has held that a court may not overturn an arbitrator’s construction of an agreement to permit class arbitration — even if it is erroneous.
The White House has announced several executive orders and legislative proposals aimed at curbing frivolous patent litigation.
The CJEU has issued a judgment on the rights of potential claimants for antitrust damages to access cartel leniency documents that are held on the file of an antitrust authority.
The opening up of China’s telecommunications industry has failed to match the expectations of foreign investors going into WTO.
The GAPP and the SARFT will be merged into a single body, to be known as the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, or SAPPRFT.
Corporate Newsletter — June 2013 download
The June 2013 edition of Hogan Lovells’ Corporate Newsletteris now available.
Privilege can protect confidential communications between lawyers and clients where the purpose of the communication is to seek/obtain legal advice...
Hogan Lovells has released the latest edition of Employment News, its weekly newsletter focusing on UK employment matters.
Hogan Lovells has released its May 2013 European Employment Law Update.
The PDR aims to ease financial and administrative burdens while ensuring a harmonised approach to reduced disclosures.
Under the new PDR, certain information that would otherwise need to be included in a prospectus may be omitted by certain issuers or in relation to certain offers.
Hogan Lovells has released ‘Equity Capital Markets — Which Market?’...
The US DoD has begun the process of implementing procurement regulations to combat counterfeit parts in the department’s supply chain.
From 30 September 2013, the takeover code will apply to more companies than it does at present.