Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 22/07/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 22 July 2011
Surely only Rupert Montgomery Burns himself (or maybe Smithers) could have sanctioned the hacking of the phones of plaintiffs’ solicitors, as was claimed yesterday on Newsnight? Doh! Shouldn't have written that - we’ll be next. Here is the news...
1. Paternity Amendment
2. Pension Changes
3. Common Best Practice Code for High-Quality Internships
4. Irish Employment System Shake Up Continues Apace
5. Leave it Out
6. Working with Asbestos
7. Employment Cases in the Media
8. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week – EAT decides that an employer was liable for the racial harassment of a social worker by a child in care; Supreme Court rules government-employed teachers working abroad
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