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Mandatory Mediation In Labour Disputes – An Overview
On 1 January 2018 applying to a mediator was made a prerequisite when filing a lawsuit concerning monetary claims by employees or employers arising out of employment
Turkey
18 Jul 2019
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What If Your Unquantified Amount Of Monetary Claim Is In Fact Quantifiable?
When the new Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) was enacted in 2011, it introduced a brand new case type to Turkish litigation where the claimant files the action for receivables
Turkey
30 May 2019
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Supreme Court Rules Inappropriately Worded Emails Are Valid Reason For Termination
This approach has been reflected in a number of recent regional appellate court decisions.
Turkey
4 Apr 2019
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Constitutional Court Annuls Provision On Imprisonment For Opposition To Interim Injunctions
Article 398 of the Code of Civil Procedure previously set out that parties which failed to comply with an interim injunction or that violated an injunction would face one to six months' imprisonment.
Turkey
1 Apr 2019
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Employee Incentives In Turkey
The most prevalent type of monetary incentive plan in Turkey is bonus paid monthly or annually.
Turkey
28 Mar 2019
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One Last Step Before Litigating Your Commercial Receivables: Mandatory Mediation
Under Law 7155, a new Article 5/A has been added to the Commercial Code.
Turkey
28 Feb 2019
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Mandatory Mediation For Commercial Receivables
This provision has become effective as of the publication date of the Code.
Turkey
7 Jan 2019
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Supreme Court Rules On Calculation Of Overtime Pay
The Supreme Court recently issued a number of decisions setting out how to calculate overtime pay and how employees can prove any overtime owed when required.
Turkey
2 Nov 2018
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Supreme Court Rules that Borrowing Money from Customer is Just Cause for Termination
The Supreme Court recently issued a decision concerning an employee's dismissal for borrowing money from their employer's customer.
Turkey
13 Aug 2018
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Constitutional Court Issues Decision On Reasonable Time Requirement In Criminal Proceedings
Since 2012, individuals in Turkey have been able to make individual complaint applications to the Constitutional Court claiming that the state has violated their fundamental constitutional rights (or rights under the European Human Rights Convention) through its acts or omissions.
Turkey
2 Jul 2018
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Recent Development On Utilization Of FX Loans
With the enforcement of the new regulation, Turkish residents will not be able to utilize foreign currency indexed loans from Turkey or abroad.
Turkey
2 Feb 2018
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