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People Analytics: The opportunities and legal risks of a brave new world

European Union - May 29 2018 The opportunities and legal risks of a brave new world Advances in technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are allowing companies to solve...

Alice Greenwell, Howard Klein, Thomas Müller-Bonanni, Klaus-Stefan Hohenstatt, Brechje Nollen, Luca Capone, Raquel Flórez, Rene Döring, Elmar Schnitker, Dawn Heath, Jean-François Gerard, Olga Chislova, Boris Dzida, Nicholas Squire, Caroline Stroud, Andrew Murphy, Karin Buzanich-Sommeregger, Satya Staes Polet, Charles Magoffin, Laura Chapman, Kathleen Healy.


The General Data Protection Regulation - How can employers operating share plans prepare?

United Kingdom, European Union - November 27 2017 Since the draft General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) was published in January 2012, the overhaul of the European Union’s......

Thomas Müller-Bonanni, Klaus-Stefan Hohenstatt, Rene Döring, Elmar Schnitker, Boris Dzida, Timon Grau, Karin Buzanich-Sommeregger, Satya Staes Polet, Laura Chapman.


More transparency in employee monitoring

United Kingdom, European Union, Germany - September 27 2017 On 5 September, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) published its ruling in Bărbulescu v Romania, setting out the...

Jean-François Gerard, Boris Dzida, Karin Buzanich-Sommeregger, Satya Staes Polet, David Mendel.


French labour law reforms - A friendlier legal landscape

France - September 14 2017 On 31 August 2017 the French government published draft administrative orders setting out details of the labour law reforms on which consultation has...


SEsCross-border mergers and Brexit - What you need to know from an employment perspective

United Kingdom, European Union - May 5 2017 The Societas Europaea (SE) regime was introduced in the EU in 2004 - it permits a company to reform as an European public limited liability company...

Thomas Müller-Bonanni, Brechje Nollen, Luca Capone, Raquel Flórez, Karin Buzanich-Sommeregger, Satya Staes Polet, Kathleen Healy.