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BREXIT - Employment Implications

United Kingdom, European Union - June 24 2016 In the Referendum on 23 June 2016, the UK has voted to exit from the European Union (EU). The UK Government is now likely to trigger the formal...

Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Monica R. Kurnatowska, John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Christine O'Brien.


Employment Review 2015 Preview 2016

United Kingdom - March 8 2016 The EAT has held that the right of an agency worker to have access to information about job vacancies at an end-user is simply a right to information...

Stephen C.M. Ratcliffe, Monica R. Kurnatowska, John M. Evason, Paul Harrison, Christine O'Brien.


2014 Draft French Finance Bill introduces employer-paid tax on employee compensation in excess of 1 million

France - October 18 2013 The French government released its draft 2014 Finance Bill (the "Draft Bill") on September 25, 2013. Among other proposals that will impact...

Narendra Acharya, Valerie H. Diamond, June Anne Burke, Sinead M. Kelly, Denise M. Glagau.


New IRS guidance sheds light on the impact of same-sex marriage decision on employee benefits

USA - September 16 2013 Following the United States Supreme Court decision in United States v. Windsor, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued guidance on how that...

Christopher G. Guldberg, Victor Flores, Anne G. Batter, Edward (Ed) D. Burmeister, Janel M. Brynda.


Employment law reforms: a wave of new developments for 2013

United Kingdom - January 30 2013 Proceeding apace with its review of employment law, the government has recently issued a timetable for the implementation of various employment law...

Monica R. Kurnatowska, John M. Evason, Christine O'Brien, Sarah C. Gregory, Nigel A. Moss.