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Weekly Review of Developments 14/8/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 13/08/2020 We've just experienced “the largest quarterly GDP drop in history”. Let's hope they don't repeat that line in three months' time. Scary stuff. This week's top stories: We have moved our online annual review of employment law to 4th and 5th November - 20 speakers confirmed so far, many more to come...
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Weekly Review of Developments 7/8/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 07/08/2020 Well, if you're unhappy that face coverings become mandatory in NI from Monday, you'll just have to mask your feelings. This week's top stories: There’s still time to register for our ‘Employment Law@11’ webinar this morning with Seamus McGranaghan, O’Reilly Stewart Solicitors as we discuss retur...
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Weekly Review of Developments 31/7/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 31/07/2020 It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom... maybe not. You should read all of that Dickens' quote - so much of it applies to the here and now. Spooky. This week's top stories: In Coronavirus Employment Updates the 14-day quarantine for NI travellers on return ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 24/7/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 24/07/2020 Face covering in shops looks set to become mandatory in NI from 20 August. Now that Joe Wicks has stopped his fitness shows, those masks will also be handy for covering our double chins. Every cloud... This week's top stories: Find out what's happening at this year's Annual Review of Employment La...
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Weekly Review of Developments 17/7/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 17/07/2020 Interesting outcome in the Apple tax case this week. But did the courts really get to the core of the problem? We understand the EU Commission is a-peeling the decision. This week's top stories: Scott Alexander from Legal Island and Mark McAllister from the LRA will be letting you know the topics ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 10/7/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 10/07/2020 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”. This week's top stories: Updated guidance from the President of the Industri...
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Weekly Review of Developments 3/7/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 03/07/2020 Mark Zuckerberg must be bricking it now that Lego has joined the advertising boycott of Facebook over hate speech on the platform. It really looks like the building blocks of a major campaign are in place. This week's top stories: In Case Reviews this week, Jason Elliott BL discuses a disability...
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Weekly Review of Developments 26/6/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 26/06/2020 Silly Novak might be needing lawyers more than new balls, after ignoring social distancing. Some might say it serves him right (we're here all week) but it’s still a deadly disease, everyone. Be careful. This week's top stories: There's still time to book onto our Redundancy & Reorganisation...
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Weekly Review of Developments 19/6/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 19/06/2020 School children can sit closer together, we can get our haircut and go to the pub afterwards in July, and Arsenal are still rotten at the back. It's like the new normal is just the old normal. This week's top stories: Economy Minister Diane Dodds has announced the launch of a two-month Parental ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 12/6/2020

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 12/06/2020 Now, don’t all be rushing out to the shops this morning. We know you need a hat to hide that Medusa-like mess on your head, but another day won’t make it any worse. This week's top stories: The President of the Industrial Tribunals and Fair Employment Tribunals has directed that as the Tribunals...