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By Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek, Agnieszka Fedor
On February 13, 2018, the Act on Amendments of Certain Acts in Connection with Shortening the Period of Storage of Employee Files and their Electronisation was published.
By Gérard Maîtrejean, Delphine Tempé, Shaohui Zhang
The Luxembourg Stock Exchange has issued a fourth revised version of the X Principles of Corporate Governance, to include a new Principle 9 on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and to integrate Principle 6 (Evaluation of the performance of the Board) into Principle 2 (The Board of Directors Remit).
By Verity Buckingham
The Court of Appeal has handed down its decision in Donelien v. Liberata UK Ltd and provided reassurance to employers that they can rely on occupation health advisers in deciding the question of disability.
By Julie Caussade, Katell Deniel-Allioux, Aurélie Fournier, Frédérique Meslay-Caloni, Nathaly Blin, Clarisse Lister, Francois Troadec
Through recent case law, the French Supreme Court recalled to employers their obligations in a situation of harassment or sufferance.
By Claire McKee
Earlier this week, the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy revealed that as little as around 2% of eligible couples are taking up their entitlement to Shared Parental Leave (SPL). At the same time, the government announced that it will spend Ł1.5 million on a campaign drive which will be known as "Share the Joy".
By Lucy McDonnell
As the need for housing gains increasing traction, to what extent are neighbourhood plans having to take a back seat? Lucy McDonnell investigates some recent decisions.
By Peter Voisey, Edward Hickman, Martin Sharkey, Catriona Lloyd
For Dentons' London Structured Finance team, 2017 has been a transformative year where we have gone from strength to strength, becoming a New Force ...
By Verity Buckingham
Two stories in the UK headlines today relate to stretched resources: The Home Office preparing its immigration system for life after Brexit...
By Verity Buckingham
Two stories have made the headlines today, and both relate to stretched resources. The stories look at preparing the UK immigration system for after Brexit, and the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) ...
By Darren Acres, Joseph Altendorff, David Collins, Brian Moore, Neil Nicholson
Minor changes to the ongoing disclosure requirements in AIM Rule 26 have come into force, following AIM's designation as an SME Growth Market at the start of 2018.
By Helen Bowdren, Pamela Coulthard
The Government's intention to introduce a broader range of penalties for offences involving invasive non-native animal and plant species in England and Wales has been outlined in a new consultation document.
By Marat Mouradov
The RF Government will detail the specifications for these identifiers and the process for putting them on packaging in a separate document.
By Martine Gerber-Lemaire, Christel Dumont, Carole Rhein
The opportunity to obtain two grace periods of up to six months is replaced by one grace period of up to nine months, with no possibility of extension.
By Tom Fancett
The latest report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has highlighted the prevalence of part-time working among women, and particularly mothers, as contributing significantly to the gender pay gap...
By Leďla Hubeaut, Ergen Ege
Republic of Guinea has passed on 4 July 2017, a new law n°2017-32 relating to PPPs, that was enacted on 24 October 2017 by decree and which modernizes the existing legal and institutional framework in order to make it more attractive.
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