Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 15/07/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 15 July 2011
Jim, Helen, Tom or Susan? The wait is driving us Caracas! Who would you pick this Sunday if you had £250K to spare? Anyone's safer than shares in News Corp, that's for sure. Here is the news...
1. Autumn Events from Legal-Island
2. Industrial Training Levy
3. Retention of Talent
4. And I Should've Known Better
5. Two Tax Good; One Tax Better?
6. Employment Cases in the Media
7. Ageing Europe
8. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week – Supreme Court says national security arguments used to withhold even the gist of arguments against claimants may not be in breach of ECHR because of safeguards in system; TUPE obligations can be used as a long-standing genuine material factor
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