Weekly Review of Developments 28/6/2019Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 28 June 2019
Apparently the EU has ruled Adidas’ three-stripe trade mark is invalid. We suspect that legal battle was more of marathon than a sprint; three stripes and you're out, as it were. Not sure we’ll run with that story again, though.
What we learned this week:
- Legal Island gets ready to launch Northern Ireland's first Diversity and Inclusion Charter Mark
- Government is to reconsider the £30,000 post-Brexit migrant salary rules
- Our free webinar next Friday for subscribers is a holiday pay special, focussing on the ramifications of the PSNI case for NI employers
- GDPR Year 1 sees five-fold increase in ICO reporting
- As the temperatures soar we thought we would remind you of HSENI
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