Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 26/11/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 26 November 2010
Maybe Legal Aid barristers could club together to bail out Ireland? Here is the news, this week brought to you by Gill Fairley of Jenkinson Consulting...
1. Data Protection Fines Issued for First Time
2. If the Cap Fits...
3. Your Suspension's Bust
4. Hopeless Case
5. A Bit of a Do
6. Virtual Unions
7. You Rang, M'Lord?
8. Safely Delivered to Your Mailbox
9. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - EAT rules that excessive early retirement costs justify dismissal on grounds of age; and the Court of Appeal holds that a significant degree of integration is not inconsistent with ‘Agency Worker’ status.
1. DATA PROTECTION FINES ISSUED
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