Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 14/08/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 August 2015
It was very moo-ving to see cows protesting in supermarkets this week but how can bottled water possibly be more expensive than their bottled milk? Frankly, it's pintless trying to explain economics to cattle - they just cudn't care less. Here is this week's udder news...
1. Case Law Reviews
2. Modern Slavery Act 2015
3. Health & Safety Developments
4. Employment News in the Media
5. South of the Border
Case law essentials this week: An EAT case that will gladden the heart of employers concerned with negative employee comments on Facebook; and John Taggart BL considers an NI tribunal case that focussed on the meaning of 'long term' effect in disability discrimination claims.
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