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Bird & Bird are delighted to announce that our Asia IP team were named as winners at the ninth Asia IP Awards that recently took place in Taipei.
In October, the Court of First Instance handed down a decision which may shed light on the factors relevant to determining whether summary dismissal is justified.
In November, the Court of Final Appeal dismissed the Commissioner's appeal and reaffirmed the long-standing position that payments made in return for services of employment are taxable.
In September, the District Court handed down a decision which involved a pregnant domestic helper being summarily dismissed by her employer.
In this issue of Bird & Bird's APAC Frontline, we will look back at the significant changes that came into effect in the last quarter across Australia, Hong Kong, the People's Republic of China (PRC) and Singapore
Mr Khayam was employed by Navitas English Pty Ltd ("Navitas") on a series of maximum term contracts, that is, contracts with a fixed end date, but which were terminable earlier in accordance with the provisions of the ...
The Australian Government has introduced the Treasury Laws Amendment (Whistleblowers) Bill 2017 ("Bill"), which creates broader protections for whistleblowers in the private sector