Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Hong Kong, etc. | 23 May 2023
India’s Supreme Court scrutinises sexual harassment policies, Australia updates collective bargaining measures, and South Korea requires employers to consult workers before changing employment terms – plus other key employment updates.
CMS Germany | European Union, Germany | 22 May 2023
Die Mitgliedsstaaten der Europäischen Union sollen einen Aktionsplan zur Förderung von Tarifverhandlungen erarbeiten, um die Tarifbindung auf 80 %…
Augusta Abogados | Spain | 10 May 2023
El V Acuerdo para el Empleo y la Negociación Colectiva (V AENC) finalmente ha sido firmado por la totalidad de los sindicatos CCOO y UGT y las…
Duane Morris LLP | USA | 3 May 2023
On April 26, 2023, the National Basketball Association (NBA) announced the ratification of its new, seven-year Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA)…
Worklaw® Network | USA | 25 Apr 2023
In a unanimous decision, the Illinois Supreme Court determined that the Biometric Information Privacy Act ("BIPA") is pre-empted by the Labor…
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 22 Mar 2023
Aline Drucker, General Counsel at Invicta Watch Group, shares tips on how GCs can overcome a disparity in bargaining power and adopt an “entrepreneurial” approach when negotiating a licensing partnership with a big brand.
South Africa | 20 Mar 2023
The Competition Commission of South Africa is set to probe concerns about the relationship between digital platforms and news publishers, including how new technologies such as ChatGPT use media content.
Emond Harnden | Canada | 10 Feb 2023
Most recently, Bill 26 - or the Strengthening Post-secondary Institutions and Students Act, 2022 - received Royal Assent. Besides effecting the legal…
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Lexology PRO | Argentina, Australia, Austria, etc. | 27 Jan 2023
This Quick view provides a table of national minimum wage rates across key jurisdictions around the world. It also directs users to comprehensive Q&A guides, in-depth analysis, recent developments and related commentary.
Lexology PRO | Germany | 25 Jan 2023
Germany’s competition authority has alleged that a syndicate of associations representing medical aid providers unlawfully banded together across the country to force health insurers to charge higher prices for their products.