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Landmark Decision by Europe’s Top Court Jeopardizes U.S. Multinationals’ Transfers of HR Data from the European Union to the United States

European Union, USA - July 16 2020 On July 16, 2020, the European Court of Justice (CJEU)―the “supreme court” of the European Union (EU)―issued a surprise decision1 that for the second…

Donald C. Dowling, Philip L. Gordon

Handling Harassment Allegations in Europe: Critical Do’s and Don’ts

Global, USA - September 9 2019 In this podcast, Littler’s Johan Lubbe moderates a high-level discussion on the critical do’s and don’ts of handling harassment allegations in Europe…

Raoul Parekh, Sophie Pélicier-Loevenbruck, Julia Viohl

Mandatory Procedures for Employee Dismissals for Misconduct or Work Performance in Japan, Colombia, the Netherlands, and the UK

Colombia, Japan, Netherlands, United Kingdom, USA - August 29 2019 In this podcast, Littler’s Johan Lubbe moderates a discussion on the mandatory procedures that should precede the dismissal of employees for…

Eric van Dam, Ana Cristina Medina, Raoul Parekh, Aki Tanaka

Overview of European Works Councils

USA - August 20 2019 Johan Lubbe, U.S Practice Co-Chair of Littler’s International Employment Law Practice Group, and Dennis Veldhuizen (Littler Netherlands), Guillaume…

Guillaume Desmoulin, Dennis Lüers, Ole Kristian Olsby, Dennis Veldhuizen

European Court of Justice expands the definition of working time

European Union - September 29 2015 The European Court of Justice ("ECJ") recently issued a decision regarding the paid working time of certain mobile employees that will have a…

Morgan Julia Matson, Philip M. Berkowitz, Sarah J. Miley