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Tully Rinckey PLLC | European Union, Ireland | 12 Jun 2019

Age Discrimination and Justification in the Public Sector

A recent decision by the Labour Court provides food for thought for both employers and employees on what constitutes an objective justification for

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Garrigues | Spain | 6 Jun 2019

The prohibition on competition must be in line with the duration of the employment contract

A Catalonia High Court judgment has deemed that the post-contractual noncompete undertaking cannot exceed the duration of the employee’s contract

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DLA Piper | China | 3 Jun 2019

Critical Chinese labor and employment law questions for global employers

For multinationals, China is one of the most significant markets for expansion. But Chinese authorities are more likely to cast a critical eye on the

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Nomos | France | 20 May 2019

TV series: should option clauses for subsequent seasons be considered as a promise of employment of the performer?

In the frame of TV series production, the question of the option to engage performers on subsequent seasons is of paramount importance to producers,

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Gómez-Acebo & Pombo Abogados | Spain | 17 May 2019

Compensación económica de las vacaciones tras la declaración de incapacidad del trabajador

El artículo 38.1 del Estatuto de los Trabajadores (en adelante, LET) concede un período de vacaciones anuales retribuidas al trabajador no inferior a

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Ius Laboris | Germany | 17 May 2019

Germany - Fifteen common misconceptions in German employment law: Part Four

This series of articles addresses and corrects some of the most common misconceptions in German employment law. Part Four deals with misconceptions

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Cuatrecasas | Portugal | 15 May 2019

Employment Newsletter (Portugal) April 2019

A strong company case for closing down a site and permanently transferring the place of employment does not preclude the employees' right to

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Piper Alderman | Australia | 14 May 2019

Fair Work Commission’s surprising interpretation of the Australian Privacy Principles

A recent Fair Work Commission Case has provided interesting interpretation on the Privacy Act and the Australian Privacy Principles. Partner, Andrea

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Beiten Burkhardt | Germany | 14 May 2019

Wenn das Aufdecken legal wird - Neues zum Thema "Whistleblowing"

Der gesetzliche Schutz von Whistleblowern ist dürftig - bisher ergibt er sich nur aus verschiedenen punktuellen gesetzlichen Vorschriften, die nicht

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Ius Laboris | Germany | 13 May 2019

Germany - Fifteen common misconceptions in German employment law: Part Four

This series of articles addresses and corrects some of the most common misconceptions in German employment law. Part Four deals with misconceptions

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