Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 09/10/2015Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 9 October 2015
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Case law essentials this week: Another working time case this week - on this particular occasion the EAT finds that sleeping on the premises does not count as working time or towards the NMW; the O'Brien part-time judge pensions case rumbles on - this time the Court of Appeal rules on retro-activity and finds that claims for pensions can only be backdated to the date the laws
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