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By Joanne Hill
The main source of employment law is found in the legislation set out within various Acts of Tynwald (the Parliament of the Isle of Man), and associated secondary legislation, such as Regulations and Orders.
By Kirsten Middleton
Managing Director, Mark Dougherty, together with associate Kirsten Middleton are the authors of the IOM Shipping chapter in this internationally renowned publication.
By Jessica McManus
Being a little island in the middle of the Irish Sea, you could be forgiven for thinking the Isle of Man would inevitably be behind the times, however it's a pleasant surprise how often the Isle of Man...
By Tara Cubbon
Sex discrimination is one of the hottest topics in employment law at present and in particular the concept of equal pay and the so-called ‘gender pay-gap'.
By Tara Cubbon
DQ Advocates' top ranked employment team was instructed by Julie Bradley and Nicola Batey in their capacity as industrial relations officers appointed under the Trade Disputes Act 1985 and known collectively as the Manx Industrial Relations Service.
By Leanne McKeown
The Employment Act 2006 provides limited protection against discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief, but such protection is limited to employment and, within the employment sphere, it is further limited to the protection of employees against being unfairly dismissed on any of these grounds
By Libby Gordon
DQ is pleased to announce that two of its associates, Libby Gordon and Adam Killip, have recently been appointed as notaries.
By Ellen Jarvis
DQ Advocates acted as sole Isle of Man legal advisor for GVC Holdings Plc ("GVC") in its successful bid for, and proposed acquisition of, Ladbrokes Coral ("Ladbrokes")...
By Tara Cubbon
Crociani v Crociani: A bitter family dispute was finally brought to an end after 5 years following the Royal Court of Jersey's finding in favour of daughter Cristiana who alleged a series of breaches...
By Hazel Dawson, Sinead O’Connor
Hazel Dawson and Sinead O'Connor of DQ's data protection team have co-authored the Isle of Man chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Data Protection 2017.
By Rose Kinrade
The long anticipated engagement of HRH Prince Harry and Rachel Meghan Markle was announced by Clarence House via Twitter on Monday morning with the couple being at the centre of a media frenzy ever since.
By Kirsten Middleton
A landmark decision was handed down by the Court of Appeal (England and Wales) on 16 February 2017 in respect of beneficiaries using subject access requests under data protection law ...
By Leanne McKeown
After 40 years of steady decline, statistics have confirmed that marriage rates across the UK are back on the rise.
By Tara Cubbon
According to a UK Government report, 77% of mothers surveyed had a negative or possibly discriminatory experience during pregnancy, maternity leave and/or on return from maternity leave.
By Libby Gordon
Individuals can agree that they will not in the future revoke or amend their Wills without the other party's consent.
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