Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Belgium, European Union, etc. | 4 Dec 2023
The RMT union votes to accept a pay deal, the ECJ rules that states can prohibit religious symbols in the workplace, and the Swedish transport agency is told to deliver Tesla’s license plates – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Argentina, China, Global, etc. | 27 Nov 2023
Citigroup faces sexual harassment suit in US, UK increases 2024 minimum wage and benefits, and Spanish trade union sues YouTube for unfair dismissal of content creator – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, Hong Kong, etc. | 20 Nov 2023
US NLRB pushes new joint employer rule effective date to 2024, UK trade union announces December train strikes, and UK DWP launches back to work plan– plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 13 Nov 2023
US actors’ union SAG-AFTRA reaches a tentative agreement with producers, the UK moves to remove retained EU worker laws, and Canada’s Labor Minister proposes changes to industrial action laws – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Global, USA | 31 Oct 2023
NLRB publishes final rule on joint employer status, UAW reaches tentative agreements with Big Three automakers, and Senate confirms Looman as Wage and Hour Administrator – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Australia, European Union, Finland, etc. | 23 Oct 2023
Nasdaq’s board diversity rule upheld by US federal court, Citibank wins unfair dismissal case over food expenses, and Spain signs social mobility declaration with EU bodies – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 6 Oct 2023
The UK’s specialist competition tribunal has laid out a blueprint for a trial to assess pass-on that will affect thousands of interchange fee claims after the parties failed to agree on how to address the issue.
Lexology PRO | Canada | 30 Aug 2023
Canadian claimants bringing a class action lawsuit against Amazon worth nearly €8.1 billion for alleged price-fixing agreements with retailers will appeal against a court’s ruling to deny certification.
Lexology PRO | Canada | 31 Jul 2023
A decision forcing Amazon purchasers to arbitrate their competition claims against the company was correct, a Canadian appellate court has confirmed, while noting that the country’s government could legislate to shield consumers from arbitration clauses in competition cases.
Lexology PRO | USA | 31 May 2023
Two circuit splits arise, the California Supreme Court bolsters whistleblower protections, and the Illinois General Assembly passes a pay transparency bill – plus other key updates.