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By Stewart Middleman
The Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act 2018 was given royal assent on 13 September 2018, having started out in July 2017 as a Private Member's Bill subsequently supported by the government.
By Emmanuelle van den Broucke, Alexia Delaunay
The Court of Justice of the European Union states that the early implementation of operations incidental to a merger which do not themselves result in a lasting change in the control of a company is not punishable.
By Esther Rusling, Nick Graham
On 18 September, Dentons hosted an Energy Institute event in our London office with the title "The Clash of Digitalisations".
By Jurjen Bevers, Paul Halprin, Heico Reinoud, Marnix Veldhuijzen
On September 18, 2018 the Dutch government released the Budget 2019 containing its Tax Plan 2019 with certain amendments to Dutch tax law.
By Jessica Pattinson, Verity Buckingham
The MAC has released its long-awaited report on EEA migration, including recommendations for a post-Brexit immigration system.
By Adrian Miedema
An Assistant Fire Chief has won his wrongful dismissal suit after he was fired following a 90-day administrative driving prohibition for impaired driving while off-duty.
By Susan Doris-Obando
Alternatively, the employee can choose to waive the employer's breach and affirm the contract as remaining in force.
By Nora Wouters
The reformed Belgium Insolvency Law adopted in 2017 eventually came into force on 1 May 2018.
By Stephen Ashworth
The House of Commons Housing Communities & Local Government Select Committee Land Value Capture Inquiry report is great, but dangerous.
By Tom Fancett
An employee giving notice does not necessarily amount to an unambiguous act of resignation from employment, the Employment Appeal Tribunal found in East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation...
By Siamak Mostafavi
Certain rules applicable to medium and small businesses are not covered hereafter.
By Tom Fancett
New guidance from the UK Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) provides employers with a timely reminder in relation to their obligations when providing and obtaining references ...
By Tom Fancett
Born out of frustration after years of women in the city earning less than their male counterparts, the UK's gender pay gap reporting regime has provided a sense of optimism amongst executives.
By Michael Huertas, Katja Michel
On July 11, 2017, the Frankfurt based European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) released an "Opinion on supervisory convergence in light of the United Kingdom withdrawing from the EU" ...
By Michael Huertas, Katja Michel
The European Central Bank (ECB)'s publication on May 2, 2018 of its framework for "Threat Intelligence-Based Ethical Red-Teaming" (TIBER-EU Framework)
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