The Northern Ireland Employment Law Year 2011: What it Was, What it Is, What it Shall BePosted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 27 September 2011
In the run up to the Legal-Island Annual Reviews of Employment Law (early bird savings end this Friday - see below) we thought it would be appropriate to take our traditional look back and glance forward to developments in employment law in Northern Ireland.
The year 2011 to date has been a potent mix of hardy perennials, some obscure technicalities and a departure from the GB norm. In terms of a slow down or decrease in volume it was widely acknowledged in 2010 that this would take some time as many legislative initiatives were already “pencilled in” for 2011 and that European-derived regulation was largely unstoppable, despite rumblings about last minute changes to things
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