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Whistleblowing Laws in Europe An international guide

Global - June 21 2021 In recent years it has become more and more clear that whistleblowing protection is the ultimate line of defence for safeguarding the public interest…

Vanessa Antunes, Riikka Autio, Per Benonisen, Hélène Bogaard, Antonio Carino, Natalie Caton, Ondrej Chlada, Caoimhe Clarkin, Marie Durand-Gasselin, Laura Ford, Fabien Ganivet, Paul Hopman, Juan Antonio Garcia Jabaloy, Brian Kaplan, Pascal R. Kremp, Jon Lauritzen, Agnieszka Lechman-Filipiak, Eddy Lievens, Bob Martens, Laurent Massinon, Vladislav Mazur, Ciara McLoughlin, Benjamim Mendes, Pilar Menor, Yaroslav Moshennikov, Hugo Munthe-Kaas, Olivier Reisch, Tomasz Rudyk, Björn Rustare, Petr Šabatka, Jussi Savonen, Dr Christian Schoop, Eva Skottke, Michaela Stessl, Federico Strada, Alf-Peter Svensson, Nicholas Turner, Nina Wedsted

UK: COVID-19: Government urges employers to test staff: 31 March deadline to register for free kits

United Kingdom - March 1 2021 Provision for COVID-19 testing in the UK has been ramping up noticeably since the start of 2021 and, in the last few weeks, part of the government's…

Coronavirus (COVID-19): ten practical steps for global employers, right now (Global)

Global - March 13 2020 As the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to spread across the world and WHO has declared the virus a pandemic, below are some practical steps…

Ute Krudewagen, Judith Harris, Brian Kaplan

Coronavirus: Key employment legal issues for multinational employers

Global - February 25 2020 As the number of coronavirus COVID-19 cases exceeds 40,000, and with the World Health Organisation having declared the virus as a “public health…

Johnny Choi, Helen Colquhoun

UK: Court of Appeal overturns EAT decision in Kostal case on unlawful inducements (s.145B TULRCA)

United Kingdom - June 13 2019 The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in Kostal UK Ltd v Dunkley and others, a case concerning the scope of s.145B of TULR(C)A. In a decision…

Adam Hartley