Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 25/05/2012

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 25 May 2012 Issues covered:

Mad socialist Cable doesn't half have a Beecroft in his bonnet this week. It's all gone completely bonkers. They'll be jumping out of planes without a parachute next. Here is the news on the ground...


1. Disability Reform in NI
2. Your Driving Fine
3. Beecroft
4. Early Conciliation
5. Talk to Me
6. Engaged to the Wrong Person
7. Employment Cases in the Media
8. Case Law

NOTE: Case law section essentials this week - High Court issues judgement on fiduciary duties and decides it would be unfair to require fraudulent executive employee to repay bonuses; Scottish Court of Session allows vicarious liability for racial harassment murder case to proceed to full hearing; and the EAT rules that

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