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Employment & Labour Law 2018
The main source of employment law is found in the legislation set out within various Acts of Tynwald (the Parliament of the Isle of Man), and associated secondary legislation, such as Regulations and Orders.
Isle of Man
18 May 2018
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Update On The Isle Of Man's Implementation Of GDPR
The Isle of Man Cabinet Office recently released a revised draft of the Isle of Man's GDPR legislation. We are pleased to note that some of our comments have been addressed...
Isle of Man
3 May 2018
3
New Pensions Freedoms
The introduction of pension freedoms in the UK in April 2015 was a fundamental change in approach to retirement savings.
Isle of Man
2 May 2018
4
Legislation Update
Central Registry Bill 2018: this will provide for the creation of a Central Registry, combining the registry and public records functions of the General Registry with the Companies Registry functions.
Isle of Man
2 May 2018
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Curiouser And Curiouser: The Enforcement Of Arbitration Awards
Altogether a good thing. To that end, in the Isle of Man we have the Arbitration Act 1976 (the Act), modelled on the 1950 Act of Parliament of the same name...
Isle of Man
2 May 2018
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Shipping Law 2017/2018
Managing Director, Mark Dougherty, together with associate Kirsten Middleton are the authors of the IOM Shipping chapter in this internationally renowned publication.
Isle of Man
25 Apr 2018
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Guıde To Cohabıtatıon Agreements
Cohabitation agreements can be useful for couples who live together but are not married.
Isle of Man
23 Apr 2018
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Horizon Scanning - Betting And Gaming Quarterly Review
We recently contributed the Isle of Man chapter to the Eversheds Sutherland Horizon Scanning - Betting and Gaming quarterly review, an interactive guide to keep readers informed about the key...
Isle of Man
27 Mar 2018
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Civil Court Cases – The Burden Of Disclosure
Anyone who has been involved in a civil case will know that the obligation of disclosure of documents – or "discovery" as it used to be called – is a burdensome process.
Isle of Man
8 Mar 2018
10
‘Pay As You Go' Philosophy In Civil Litigation Reiterated By Manx Court
In a recent judgment, the High Court has reaffirmed the costs philosophy underlying the conduct of civil litigation in the Isle of Man under the Rules of the High Court of Justice of the Isle of Man, ...
Isle of Man
8 Mar 2018
11
Litigation Funding – Terms Of Agreement Privileged
In a recent decision, the English High Court has held that the terms of a litigation funding agreement were protected by legal advice privilege, such that they were not capable of being disclosed to the opposing party.
Isle of Man
8 Mar 2018
12
Equality Of Terms – The Challenges Of The Equality Bill 2016
Hailed by politicians in the government as being "one of the most important pieces of social legislation progressed in the Isle of Man in recent times", ...
Isle of Man
8 Mar 2018
13
Equality: Sexual Orientation – Let Everyone Eat Cake (Or More Specifically, Order It)!
Being a little island in the middle of the Irish Sea, you could be forgiven for thinking the Isle of Man would inevitably be behind the times, however it's a pleasant surprise how often the Isle of Man...
Isle of Man
7 Mar 2018
14
A Brave New World?
In quiet corners, there are signs of muted celebration regarding the OECD's recent publication: the Isle of Man is ‘COMPLIANT'. Yes: capital letters are appropriate!
Isle of Man
6 Mar 2018
15
Mind The Gap
At the time of writing, it's just over one year to go until the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes fully into force across the EU.
Isle of Man
5 Mar 2018
16
In 2018, Do We Really Need Increased Protection From Sex Discrimination? Unfortunately, Yes.
Sex discrimination is one of the hottest topics in employment law at present and in particular the concept of equal pay and the so-called ‘gender pay-gap'.
Isle of Man
27 Feb 2018
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MIRS's Role Clarified Following Its First Ever "Intervention" In An Employment Tribunal Claim
DQ Advocates' top ranked employment team was instructed by Julie Bradley and Nicola Batey in their capacity as industrial relations officers appointed under the Trade Disputes Act 1985 and known collectively as the Manx Industrial Relations Service.
Isle of Man
22 Feb 2018
18
Religion And Belief: "Mankind Is Heading Towards A Catastrophic Climate Change…": Protected Belief?
The Employment Act 2006 provides limited protection against discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, but such protection is limited to employment and, within the employment sphere, it is further limited to the protection of employees against being unfairly dismissed on any of these grounds
Isle of Man
13 Feb 2018
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DQ's Advocates Appointed As Notaries
DQ is pleased to announce that two of its associates, Libby Gordon and Adam Killip, have recently been appointed as notaries.
Isle of Man
13 Feb 2018
20
DQ Acts In GVC's Proposed Takeover Of Ladbrokes Coral
DQ Advocates acted as sole Isle of Man legal advisor for GVC Holdings Plc ("GVC") in its successful bid for, and proposed acquisition of, Ladbrokes Coral ("Ladbrokes")...
Isle of Man
13 Feb 2018
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