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Tay & Partners | Malaysia | 29 Jan 2021

Amendments to Malaysia’s Industrial Relations Act 1967 - Are we going backwards?

The Malaysian Prime Minister has reinstated the Movement Control Order (MCO) in five states and Federal Territories with effect from 13.1.2021. While…

Morgan & Morgan | Central & South America, Panama | 23 Jul 2019

What employers need to know about labor regulations in the Republic of Panama

Panama’s Labor Code, in effect since April 1972, with some changes in the last years, regulates the relationship between capital and labor, based on…

Baker McKenzie | Singapore | 22 Apr 2019

Wrongful Dismissal Claims What We Now Know

When the Employment Act (Amendment) Bill ("EA") was released in October 2018 (click here to read more), the issue that sparked the most discussion was…

Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 16 Apr 2019

Indiana Court Declines to Expand At-Will Employment Exception

Reaffirming Indiana’s “strong” presumption of at-will employment, the Indiana Court of Appeals has declined to expand the public policy exception to…

Gonsalves-Sabola Chambers | Bahamas | 11 Apr 2019

Why Your Business Needs Ongoing Legal Advice about Employees

Your business might need a lawyer not only when it first opens its doors, but also for ongoing legal advice about employees. Many legal issues…

Clyde & Co LLP | Singapore | 8 Apr 2019

Guidelines on wrongful dismissal of an employee in Singapore

A number of amendments to the Employment Act of Singapore have come into effect from 1 April 2019. One of the key changes brought about by such…

Proskauer Rose LLP | Singapore | 8 Apr 2019

Major Changes to Singapore’s Employment Act, Effective April 1, 2019

Major changes to Singapore’s Employment Act (“EA”) took effect on April 1, 2019. First, the EA was expanded to include more employees and offer…

CMS Holborn Asia | Singapore | 5 Apr 2019

New guidelines on wrongful dismissal in Singapore

The Guidelines contain illustrations of wrongful dismissal, such as for reasons of discrimination, deprivation of benefits, a desire to punish an…

Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 25 Mar 2019

Payroll Company Not Liable Under Third Party Beneficiary Doctrine

On February 7, 2019, the California Supreme Court determined that an employee cannot sue a payroll company for breach of contract under the third…

McMillan LLP | Canada | 11 Mar 2019

Supreme Court of Canada Likely to Consider PostTermination Bonus Entitlements

The Supreme Court of Canada will soon have an opportunity to provide useful clarity on employers' ability to contractually bar employees from…
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