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Fourth Quarterly UK Retail Brexit Trade Review - September 2019

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - September 17 2019 In appointing his Cabinet, the new Prime Minister Boris Johnson made far-reaching changes that shifted the government decisively towards a rapid...

Peter Swiecicki, Robert MacLean, Jens Rinze, Véronique Collin, Matthew Kirk, Rachael Markham, Richard Lim, Rafael Alonso, John Alderton.

UK Government Publishes Flurry of New Employment Measures

United Kingdom - July 30 2019 July has been a busy month on the employment law front. Over the last few weeks, the UK government has announced a number of proposed changes to...

Caroline Noblet, David Whincup, Alison E. Treliving, Charles Frost.

UK Government Launches Consultation on Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

United Kingdom - July 18 2019 The UK government has launched a consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace to help it understand whether the current laws are operating...

Andrew Stones, Bryn Doyle, Caroline Noblet, David Whincup, Alison E. Treliving, Ramez Moussa, Annabel Mace, Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Janette Lucas, Natalie Bellwood.

One-off Direct Pay Offer Was Not Attempt to Bypass Collective Bargaining (UK)

United Kingdom - June 25 2019 In Kostal UK Ltd v Dunkley & ors, the Court of Appeal has held that an employer can make a one-off pay offer direct to employees without breaching...

Andrew Stones, Bryn Doyle, Caroline Noblet, David Whincup, Alison E. Treliving, Ramez Moussa, Annabel Mace, Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Janette Lucas, Natalie Bellwood.

UK Supreme Court Shines Spotlight on Restrictive Covenants

United Kingdom - June 18 2019 The UK Supreme Court has given its judgment in Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd, the first time it has considered a case involving restrictive covenants in...

Andrew Stones, Bryn Doyle, Caroline Noblet, David Whincup, Alison E. Treliving, Ramez Moussa, Annabel Mace, Charles Frost, Miriam Lampert, Janette Lucas, Natalie Bellwood.