The UK’s EAT judgment reiterates the appropriate right to work checks and the current rights of non-EEA family members of EEA or Swiss nationals amidst Home Office crackdown and Brexit uncertainty. Read to find out more.
Employment Partner Anna Robinson explores a recent case in which an Employment Tribunal held that a female manager massaging a male employee’s shoulders for 2-3 minutes, whilst unwanted conduct, was not harassment.
Dr Philipp Byers focusses on providing employment project-related legal advice, especially regarding workplace privacy (Beschäftigtendatenschutz) and employment law compliance issues.
Our first Breakfast Briefing of 2019 discussed the issue of employment status.
Raffaela Colamarino discusses the recent publication in the Gazzetta Ufficiale, which introduces the so-called “Dignity Decree”. How will it impact on employment law?
In data 13 luglio p.v. il “Decreto Dignità” è stato pubblicato in Gazzetta Ufficiale. Vediamo le modifiche alla bozza originaria.
Approvato dal Consiglio dei Ministri il 2 luglio p.v., il c.d. “Decreto Dignità” introduce misure volte a limitare l’utilizzo del contratto a termine e della delocalizzazione.
What is the importance of establishing the exact date when a contract of employment has come to an end?
We advised insurance intermediary group Global Risk Partners Ltd on its acquisition of a majority stake in Camberford Law Plc.
We assisted GRP on completing another important acquisition that represents another important step forward for their regional hub strategy.