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An early Christmas present for UK workers

United Kingdom - December 17 2018 Today the UK Government published its ‘Good Work Plan’. This sets out the actions the Government intends to take in response to the four...


What's new in the world of work? Global People and Reward Update

Netherlands, Russia, Spain, United Kingdom, Bangladesh, Belgium, European Union, France, Germany - October 29 2018 This Fall 2018 edition focuses on legal developments which took place internationally and in the EU, Belgium, France, Germany, the Netherlands...

Ludovica Mascaretti, Brechje Nollen, Julia Förster, Tharusha Rajapakse, Raquel Flórez, Bruno Aguirre, Lou Hucliez, Jean-François Gerard, Olga Chislova, Satya Staes Polet, Laura Chapman.


Confirmed - Employer remains liable for rogue employee’s data breach

United Kingdom - October 23 2018 The Court of Appeal has confirmed that employers can be liable for data breaches perpetrated by rogue employees, even where the employer is not...

Giles Pratt, Ashmita Garrett, Charlie Ainsworth.


Plumber 'wrenches' victory in the UK Supreme Court. But no 'flood' of claims expected.

United Kingdom, European Union - June 13 2018 On 13 June, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in Pimlico Plumbers v Smith. As many expected, it upheld the Court of Appeal’s decision that Mr...


Age discrimination and incentive schemes - English Court of Appeal judgment

United Kingdom - March 2 2018 The Court of Appeal has today confirmed that it is open to an employer to objectively justify including ‘retirement’ as a good leaver reason in a long...