Weekly Review Of DevelopmentsPosted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 9 August 2013
Isn’t it great news that Rory McIlroy has finally plucked up the courage to tidy up his hair? I’m sure his mum is as delighted as us. Let’s hope it helps him make the cut this week. Here is the news…
1. Equality Commission’s 14th Annual Report
2. Rules of the Court of Judicature (NI) Amended
3. Zero-Hours Contracts
4. GB Developments
5. Employment Cases in the Media
6. South of the Border
7. Case Law Reviews
Case law essentials this week: the Supreme Court rules on conflict between Freedom of Information and Data Protection laws; and the High Court finds that email correspondence with a caveat about ‘approval’ from the other party in relation to wording was sufficiently certain to
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