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Weekly Review of Developments 16/8/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 16/08/2019 Qu'ils mangent du gâteau – the gay cake case goes to Strasbourg for a final tasting. Some say it’s a recipe for disaster. Why are they raisin that again? We think it’s nuts… What we learned this week: The 'Gay Cake' Case has been referred to the European Court of Human Rights Our next Employment L...
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Weekly Review of Developments 9/8/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 09/08/2019 Nothing remotely funny or interesting happened this week. And the weather's rotten. And it's going to stay rotten all weekend. What's to love? Hit reply and give us all some hope... What we learned this week: The Employment Appeal Tribunal has given guidance on covert recording of meetings by empl...
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Weekly Review of Developments 2/8/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 02/08/2019 And then there was one. Maybe we should just hold a by-election every week between now and 31st October and the final winner takes all? What we learned this week: Employers must take action on declarations of disability made on recruitment monitoring forms British Airways pilots set for summer str...
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Weekly Review of Developments 26/7/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 26/07/2019 Bet our new PM did more than just run through the wheat fields. But who or what was he chasing? What we learned this week: Register here for the next 'Employment Law@11' webinar to hear more Q&A on the PSNI holiday pay and other matters New Supreme Court Judges announced IR35 changes will a...
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Weekly Review of Developments 19/7/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 19/07/2019 So, Rory’s opening tee shot at The Open Championship had the folks on the Big Dipper ducking for cover. Here’s the news from this week, some of which might have you doing the same… What we learned this week: It's been a busy week for GB legislators ECNI reports on settlement in Sex Discrimination...
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Weekly Review of Developments 11/7/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 11/07/2019 Your weekly update is a day early today, due to the holiday tomorrow. Still loads to read, though... What we learned this week: The PSNI has confirmed it will appeal the recent NI Court of Appeal ruling British Airways is set to be fined £183m for data breach under GDPR rules In GB Councils will b...
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Weekly Review of Developments 5/7/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 05/07/2019 It's almost holiday time. It’s also the 75th anniversary of the invention of the bikini, an incredibly popular type of swimwear. Don't know why. We could never get to the bottom of it. What we learned this week: Last chance to register here for the free Webinar at 11am today on the ramifications o...
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Weekly Review of Developments 28/6/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 28/06/2019 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...
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Weekly Review of Developments 21/6/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 21/06/2019 Yum. That was a delicious dish served nice and cold. What’s that? Bring back Theresa? Oh, you’re sorry now, are you? Too late… What we learned this week: The PSNI case on holiday pay entitlement is estimated to cost NI employers £400m It's probably more - apparently more than £40,000 a day is bein...
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Weekly Review of Developments 14/6/2019

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 14/06/2019 Stone me! The way this Prime Minister selection/confession thing is going, we’ll probably find out Teresa actually ran through opium poppy fields. What we learned this week: 2020 May bank holiday will be moved to mark 75th anniversary of VE Day Gender not children 'holds women academics back' Supr...