Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 27/05/2011Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 27 May 2011
This week has seen a clash between the judiciary, politicians, celebrities, the media and the online community. No, not the Ryan Giggs affair - it’s just Friday night at McHugh’s. Here is the news, brought to you this week by Angela Schettini of Thinkpeople...
1. Eruption and Disruption
2. Employment Cases in the Media
3. To Strike or not to Strike
4. Employment Regulation Orders
5. Law Society Challenges Government Proposals
6. It's Savvy to Keep Daddy Happy
7. Keep it on the Low Down
8. Stressed; Not Me
9. Easy Peasy
10. Case Law
NOTE: Case law section essentials this week – EAT says ignorance is no defence in time limits case; and small businesses get short shrift from EAT in relation to
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