Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 14/02/2014Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 February 2014
It's been an up and down week, with water levels rising and Flappy Birds floating up and down for the last time between green pillars. Here's the news, bringing you down to earth this week with a splash...
1. New Increase of Limits Order for NI
2. Case Law Reviews
3. End of the Payrise?
4. Cyber Threat
5. Health & Safety Developments
6. GB Developments
7. Employment Cases in the Media
8. South of the Border
9. Rate to Donate Scheme
10. Facebook Feature
11. Essential Employment Law for NI Businesses
Case law essentials this week: The High Court has rejected UNISON's attempt to have tribunal fees in GB ruled unlawful. The door is still open, however, to future legal challenges; and the EAT
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