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Latest procurement caselaw: workforce implications

European Union - October 10 2014 On 18th September 2014 the European Court of Justice provided a judgment in Bundesdruckerei GmbH v Stadt Dortmund C-54913, also known as the "...

Robin Fallas.

Home Office tool on right to work checks

United Kingdom - July 17 2014 Our e-update issued on 12 May provided details of the draft Code produced by the Home Office relating to the prevention of illegal working, which...

Elaine McIlroy.

Flexible working for all?

United Kingdom - June 27 2014 At present only employees with at least 26 weeks' continuous service and who are parents of children under the age of 17 (or 18 if the child is...

Katy Wedderburn.

Death takes a holiday

United Kingdom, European Union - June 19 2014 The European Court of Justice (ECJ) released its decision on 12 June 2014 in the case of Gülay Bollacke v K K Klaas & Kock B.V. & Co. KG. This...

Katy Wedderburn.

Court grants order for the inspection of former employees’ personal computers

United Kingdom - May 13 2014 In the recent case of Warm Zones v Thurley and another 2014 EWHC 988 (QB), the High Court ordered that an employer was permitted to inspect and...

Katy Wedderburn.