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Australia
Coleman Greig Lawyers
In a recent case an employee applied for anti-bullying orders relating to a disciplinary process that they did not like.
Cooper Grace Ward
The High Court will consider an appeal of a controversial decision about the meaning of a 'day' for leave entitlements.
Kott Gunning
This appeal from arbitration determined whether a return to work or medical certificate of fitness for work was relevant.
Canada
Gowling WLG
The BC Supreme Court recently considered the enforceability of arbitration clauses in employment contracts, as was addressed in Heller v. Uber Technologies Inc. et al, 2019 ONCA 1 ("Uber").
China
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
he outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (now designated COVID-19) caused massive disruption in China, including a nationwide extension of its...
Ireland
LK Shields
A recent High Court decision involving a former senior executive at Ryanair highlights the importance of employers taking the time to "get it right" when it comes to drafting clauses which aim to prevent employees ...
Italy
Ius Laboris
An employee who refused to comply with an order from his employer to move to a new team had shown serious insubordination and could be legally dismissed, according to a recent ruling by the...
Malta
Mamo TCV Advocates
Most employers are aware of the importance of given warnings (and therefore a second or third chance) to employees prior to dismissal. However, this may sometimes backfire if it goes on for too long.
UK
Dentons
In the recent case of Tesco Stores Ltd v Tennant the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that, in order to bring a successful disability discrimination claim,...
Arthur Cox
As discussed in our previous client briefing available here, Daly v Nano Nagle School is the leading Irish case on reasonable accommodation.
United States
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
The California Supreme Court held that time Apple employees spent waiting for and undergoing mandatory security inspections is compensable
Fenwick & West LLP
As we reported last year, the California Legislature passed AB 51 in an effort to prohibit employers from requiring employees to arbitrate claims under the California Labor Code
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
It should be clear to all that the NLRB has taken significant steps to restore the law to a footing that more closely resembles the landscape that existed prior to the Obama Board.
Proskauer Rose LLP
Applying the facially neutral work rule test laid out in Boeing (see here), the Board recently reversed an Administrative Law Judge decision, concluding that...
Cooley LLP
Judge Mueller has since heard additional arguments regarding whether AB 51 should be allowed to take effect.
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
California employers, particularly those in the retail industry, routinely implement security screenings of employees exiting the premises to limit the risk of employee theft.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Seyfarth's Jerry Maatman and Alex Karasik Discuss The Impact Of New State Laws On Illinois Employers.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Gerald Maatman was interviewed February 18th on the XpertHR Podcast, "Podcast: Why Class Action Employment Cases Are on the Rise."
Holland & Knight
Another California federal judge has denied a request to the block the enforcement of California Assembly Bill (AB) 5 while the lawsuit challenging the statute is pending.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
In a 29-page decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit held in Fisher v. SD Protection Inc., No. 18-2504, that a district court had abused its discretion by rewriting a FLSA settlement agreement ...
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