Weekly Review of Developments 10/7/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 10 July 2020 Issues covered: Coronavirus; Brexit
Indoor weddings are allowed in NI from today. With social distancing required and numbers limited, it won’t all be a piece of cake for the bride and groom. There might be a few more people saying “I’m sorry” than “I do”.
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- Updated guidance from the President of the Industrial Tribunals and Fair Employment Tribunal confirms that Killymeal House reopened on Wednesday 8 July 2020, following the completion of the Risk Assessment. However, parties and their representatives, where possible, should continue to correspond with and present claims and responses to the tribunal by electronic means, pending a further update.
- In Case Reviews this week Jason
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