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Increase In UK Employment Protection Awards
This alert sets out the changes in full and highlights important consequences for employers.
UK
6 Apr 2018
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Whistleblower Wins Reinstatement Fight, Demonstrating The Need For Detailed Personnel Files
Shortly before Townsend was terminated, his corporate credit card had been suspended for about six months, because his wife had inadvertently used his expense reimbursements from Bayer to pay other bills.
United States
12 May 2015
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Termination Of Employee Refusing To Perform Copyright Infringement Was Illegal
The Texas Court of Appeals for the Second District found that an employee was wrongfully terminated from an architecture firm when he refused to engage in behavior that he believed would expose him to liability for criminal copyright infringement.
United States
14 Apr 2013
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An Employer´s Duty to Consider Less Senior Positions in Redundancy Situations
For a redundancy dismissal to be fair, before confirming the redundancy, an employer must (amongst other things) think about whether there are any suitable alternative positions for which the potentially redundant employee may be considered.
United States
 
28 Jan 2005
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Increase in Employment Protection Awards
The compensation limits on tribunal awards will increase from 1 February 2005.
UK
23 Dec 2004
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