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International Trade Compliance Update - August 2016
  • Baker & McKenzie
  • European Union, OECD, United Kingdom, USA
  • August 3 2016

On 29 July 2016, the WTO announced that Afghanistan joined the WTO as its 164th member, after nearly 12 years of negotiating its accession terms. It

International Corporate Crime Conference Report
  • CMS
  • European Union, United Kingdom, USA
  • May 27 2016

Allegations of fraud, corruption, money laundering, tax evasion and other forms of financial crime involving senior public figures and companies are

Call for public inquiry into offshore helicopter safety
  • CMS
  • United Kingdom
  • July 9 2014

We previously reported on the Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA) review into offshore helicopter safety, CAP 1145. MPs have now called for a public

Hong Kong family friendly bitesize
  • Mayer Brown JSM
  • Hong Kong, United Kingdom
  • January 22 2014

We have already established that a refusal to permit an employee to work flexibly may be unlawful if the refusal cannot be justified (see our Bitesize

Pilots pioneer route to higher holiday pay
  • Mills & Reeve LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • October 15 2013

A long battle between airline pilots and British Airways may have paved the way for more generous holiday pay for ground-based UK workers

Working time: "welcome aboard, this is your captain sleeping!"
  • Clarkslegal LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • October 4 2013

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has recently revealed that a 325 seat Airbus A330 belonging to a UK based carrier was discovered to be flying on

Robin Hood airport and the merry men of UKBA
  • Morton Fraser
  • United Kingdom
  • January 4 2013

We have all heard stories of a health and safety culture gone mad, with jobsworths seeing serious risks in harmless situations - like the teacher who

British Airways plc v Williams and others 2012
  • Pitmans LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • November 29 2012

The Supreme Court has overturned the Court of Appeal’s decision and ruled that pilots when taking their statutory annual leave should be paid their “normal remuneration” and not their basic salary

Unions may apply for statutory recognition in respect of workers based overseas
  • Baker & McKenzie
  • United Kingdom
  • November 12 2012

The High Court has held that a UK trade union could apply for statutory recognition in respect of a group of employees notwithstanding that over 70 of the employees lived outside of the UK

Union recognition: union can apply to CAC where employees sufficiently strongly connected to GB
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • November 7 2012

The High Court has decided that a bargaining unit of pilots working for a UK registered company in several European countries was sufficiently strongly connected to Great Britain to enable the trade union to seek statutory recognition for collective bargaining from the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC