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Hogan Lovells | United Kingdom | 10 Dec 2018

No right to dismiss where employee entitled to disability payments

Mr Awan was entitled to long term disability benefits of two-thirds of salary. Although the employer took out an insurance policy to cover that


Seyfarth Shaw LLP | USA | 14 Jun 2017

Sixth Circuit Signs Off On EEOC Subpoena In UPS Disability Discrimination Case

The Sixth Circuit recently affirmed a U.S. District Court’s decision granting the EEOC’s application to enforce a subpoena in a disability


Ogletree Deakins | USA | 17 May 2017

Top 10 Mistakes Employers Make in Employment Applications

Employment applicationsalmost every employer in the country uses them. They can seem innocuous, but they contain a number of minefields of which


LK Shields | United Kingdom, European Union, Ireland | 6 Apr 2017

Regardless of Brexit: There are already key differences between UK and Irish employment law

Multinationals often tend to group the “UK & ROI” together for HR and employment law purposes, but there are crucial differences, not just in the law


Dentons | United Kingdom | 28 Feb 2017

How far does the duty to make reasonable adjustments extend, asked the EAT in The Home Office (UK Visas & Immigration) v. Kuranchie UKEAT020216BA.

Ms Kuranchie was disabled, suffering from dyslexia and dyspraxia. In early 2013 she spoke with her then line manager about her disability and how the


Brodies LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Jan 2017

How should termination payments be taxed from April 2018?

Since we wrote our blog on the proposed changes to the taxation of termination payments, the government has published updated draft legislation. Some


Lane Powell PC | USA | 22 Sep 2016

ERISA: How Do You Spell (Equitable) Relief?

In an ERISA case, what does it take to assert a claim for equitable relief? If the complaint does not assert an alleged breach of fiduciary duty, the


Ogletree Deakins | USA | 31 Aug 2016

Ninth Circuit Issues Pro-Employer and Pro-Union Ruling Against Worker With a Long History of Harassing Comments

In a recent decision, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a district court’s grant of summary judgment in favor of the defendants in a case


Clayton Utz | Australia | 18 Aug 2016

Employers to take care when conducting bullying investigations

When conducting a workplace investigation take care to provide support to both the complainant and the employee who has had allegations made against


Masuda Funai Eifert & Mitchell Ltd | USA | 12 Jul 2016

401(k) Plan Excessive Fee Lawsuits - Reducing the Risk for Company Presidents, Chief Financial Officers, H.R. and Benefit Professionals

For the last several years, Fortune 500 companies have been the target of ERISA lawsuits that allege that various plan fiduciaries (company

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