Weekly Review of Developments 8/7/2016

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 8 July 2016
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At last, something else in the news other than Brexit - a report four times longer than War and Peace (albeit with a similar theme). Here's a shorter piece...


1. Case Law Reviews
2. Comparative Employment Law Table Updated
3. Fair Employment Amendment 
4. NI 3rd Sector Pressures 
5. Non-compete Clauses Call for Evidence 
6. Employment News in the Media 
7. Health and Safety Developments 
8. South of the Border 
9. Friends of Legal-Island 
10. Weekend Weather and Thought-Provoking Video

Case law essentials this week: An Advocate General in the CJEU delivers an opinion against Ireland's laws denying a lecturer the opportunity to leave his survivor's pension

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