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Last week's decision of the Supreme Court in Tillman v Egon Zehnder Limited is of particular interest to employers in the media, entertainment and sports sectors; for whom post-termination restrictions are often the ...
One of the fundamental rights protected under the European Convention on Human Rights is the right to respect for private and family life, home and correspondence, which is set out in Article 8.
So far, there have only been a few cases of SARS-CoV-2/ COVID-19 (“Corona”) in Germany and no specific measures have been taken or guidelines published by the government or national health authorities. In some areas, ...
On 20 May 2019, the Belgian Supreme Court confirmed a Brussels Labor Court of Appeal judgment in which the court held that compensation granted and paid by a third party to employees was compensation borne by the ...
Proposals for a framework for EU migration from March 2019 have been detailed by the independent public commission for migration.
Welcome to the fifth edition of Frontline Germany, a quarterly newsletter prepared by our team of employment law experts in Germany.
Our Brussels-based International HR Services team provides an overview of current issues on most HR directors' agendas in Belgium. Cecilia Lahaye, Jehan de Wasseige and Anton Aerts go over unacceptable behaviour ...
Welcome to the latest edition of Frontline UK.
Frontline UK - case law updates - edition 10 2019
On 7 March 2019, the Home Office published their Statement of Intent to change the Immigration Rules (HC 1919). For employers, there are significant changes to the Immigration Rules which will have an impact on the ...