Weekly Review of Developments 4/9/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 4 September 2020 Issues covered:
There were 100 million Eat Out To Help Out meals claimed in August. Some of those diners may be reluctant to return to the office. Offer them a free burger – that should do the trick.
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- We have a free webinar next Thursday, 10th September with Anna Flanagan Senior Associate, Pinsent Masons during which Anna will discuss data protection issues arising from remote working and returning to the office, and more. Register here now.
- In Case reviews this week Jason Elliott BL discusses a local constructive dismissal case and, in the second case, Jason outlines the considerations of a Tribunal in determining whether to order re-engagement.
- In Coronavirus
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