Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 28/04/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 28 April 2011
Poor kids. Little do they realise it's all downhill from here. (Joke). At least they'll always have super-injunctions to shelter us from the worst. (Also a joke - we sincerely hope). Here is the news...
1. Employment Cases in the Media
2. All Equal Before the Law?
3. Health & Safety Reform
4. Absence Costs £32bn Per Year
5. HR Conference Survey Results
6. As Good As It Gets
7. Give a Little Whistle
8. Auto-enrolment in Pensions
9. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week – Court of Appeal declares, "...a delay of 22 months in the delivery of judgment was lamentable and unacceptable," but does not order a retrial; the High Court gives more advice on the application of the ECHR
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