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Mette Klingsten Advokatfirma | Denmark, Global | 28 Aug 2018

Global employee termination law: Denmark

A structured guide to termination law in Denmark, covering notice, redundancies, dismissal and protections.


Lewis Silkin | United Kingdom, Ireland | 28 Mar 2018

Setting up in Ireland?

There is no concept of termination at will in Ireland. This is a significant difference to the position in the US. Unfair dismissal is one of the


Ius Laboris | United Kingdom | 20 Mar 2018

What’s on the agenda for 2018?

The slew of employment status cases, particularly in the ‘gig economy’, will continue into 2018. In February, the Supreme Court will hear an appeal


Littler Mendelson PC | USA | 2 Feb 2017

State of the States: Legislatures are off to the Races!

Most state legislatures are back in session, and they are poised to address a wide range of labor and employment issues this year. Since January 1


Constangy Brooks Smith & Prophete LLP | USA | 23 Sep 2016

Hillary, or The Donald: A voting guide for employers

As our regular readers know, Employment & Labor Insider is a non-partisan blog. But with the first Presidential debate coming on Monday night, I


King & Spalding LLP | United Kingdom | 4 Oct 2011

New UK employment laws

The UK Government yesterday announced two significant changes to UK employment laws intended to favour employers.


Morton Fraser | United Kingdom | 19 Aug 2011

Top employment law myths

Here's something for a Friday - my top employment law myths.


Cobbetts LLP | United Kingdom | 31 Oct 2008

Redundancy a painful process

It is a reflection of the current economic situation that employers in all sectors are looking at their staffing levels and costs and contemplating redundancies.


Gowling WLG | United Kingdom | 18 Dec 2007

Employment law a 2007 review and preview of 2008

If agency worker cases were a television series we would now be onto series three, having suffered numerous cliff-hanger endings.


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Jun 2007


The Government has published its response to the recent consultation on proposals to increase the statutory holiday entitlement, indicating its intention to increase entitlement to 4.8 weeks on 1 October 2007 but to delay the full increase to 5.6 weeks until April 2009.

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