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Employment law trendspotting: Industrial action on the Swedish labour market

Sweden - July 24 2017 In the last year, two major industrial actions have played out in Sweden, a country that traditionally has seen very few conflicts on the labour...

Björn Rustare.

Trade unions cannot be held liable for damage caused by a breach of the European Convention of Human Rights (the "Convention") directly based on the Convention

Sweden, European Union - March 29 2016 In a recent case from the Swedish Supreme Court (Case No T 3269-13), a former company owner sued the Swedish Building Workers' Association (Sw:...

Magnus Wallander.

New cases from the Swedish courts on discrimination in the workplace

Sweden - December 15 2015 In three recent judgments, the Swedish Labor Court and the District Court of Jönköping have ruled on whether or not an employee or a jobseeker had...

Magnus Wallander, Jenny Welander Wadström, Peter Thornquist.

Government presents proposal for new legislation on fixed-term work

Sweden - December 15 2015 The Swedish Government has recently presented its proposal for new legislation concerning fixed-term employment to the Swedish Council on Legislation...

Magnus Wallander, Jenny Welander Wadström, Peter Thornquist.