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Clyde & Co LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 15 May 2017

Holiday pay cases back after a short holiday

For those hoping for a much needed holiday from cases about holiday pay, there has only been a short respite since the Supreme Court stated that it…
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Barnes & Thornburg LLP | USA | 28 Apr 2017

Can Employers Terminate an Employee Because of Vacation Photos Posted to Facebook?

It is no secret that employers can and will make employment decisions based on employee social media postings—but will those employment decisions...
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Schoenherr | Hungary | 15 Feb 2017

Workforce reorganisation under anti-discrimination rules

In Hungary, employers have significant freedom to change their organisational structure and reorganise their workforce, which includes dismissing employees. However, there are some limitations – both generally and in the context of anti-discrimination rules. Even if the courts respect employers' freedom in organising their workforce, employers must be careful not to exceed the limits of this......
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SS Rana & Co | India | 2 Feb 2017

India: Mother Dairy given ‘well-known’ mark status by the Delhi High Court

In a recent case decided by the Delhi High Court, Justice R.K. Gauba granted a permanent injunction in favor of Mother Dairy (hereinafter referred to…
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Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, PC | USA | 27 Dec 2016

Post-Unwired Planet, Are Pending CBMs Safe?

The standard governing which patents can be attacked in Covered Business Method (CBM) patent review proceedings has received renewed attention…
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Dickinson Wright | USA | 30 Sep 2016

Oil and Gas Drilling

In recent years, oil and gas companies have increasingly used hydraulic fracturing-known as "fracking"-to extract hard-to-reach deposits…
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Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP | USA | 9 Aug 2016

Broad “Assumption of Liability” Clause in Subcontract Likely Trumps “Waiver of Subrogation” Clause in Prime Contract

In a recent case handled by Bradley, a federal court in Maryland issued a decision attempting to reconcile inconsistent contract provisions. The…
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William Fry | Ireland | 9 Aug 2016

Workplace Bullying - How Far Is Too Far?

Following on from a recent case before the Court of Appeal, which significantly reduced an award of damages in a workplace bullying action, the High…
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Clyde & Co LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Jul 2016

Admissions - Risky Business?

In the recent case of Wood v Days Health UK Ltd and others [2016] the High Court refused to allow the Defendant to withdraw its pre-action admission…
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Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick | Australia | 25 Jul 2016

Inutility in the spotlight in Australia

Australian law requires that, in addition to being novel and inventive, a patentable invention must be ‘useful’. Although utility is not an issue…
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