Weekly Review of Developments 6/1/2017Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 6 January 2017
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Case law essentials this week: an interesting review from John Taggart BL to start the week - an NI tribunal decides covert recording of meetings by an employee did not constitute gross misconduct.
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