Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 17/09/2010Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 17 September 2010
Risk a topical, humorous opener about the Pope's visit? Not here. Not even a Careless Whisper, by George, no matter how newsworthy it might be. Here is the news ...
1. TUPE Guru to Speak at Legal-Island Event
2. Industrial Action to Come?
3. Anti-Bribery Consultation
4. NHS Blows the Whistle
5. Equality Act 2010 (Obtaining Information) Order 2010
6. Acas and TUC Launch Mediation Guide
7. Become an Official European Partner
8. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - ECJ rules that in-house lawyers do not have full legal professional privilege on EU matters; and EAT rules that failure to inform employee of employer's suspicion of theft renders dismissal automatically unfair.
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