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PIHRA Annual Conference Anaheim, California, United States of America September 2015 Employment Issues in the UK David Fisher spoke at the PIHRA Annual Conference on Employment Issues in the UK. For further details please email David Fisher

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We are delighted to bring you a guest article from John Machell QC of Serle Court, who was Leading Counsel in the ground-breaking decision in Flanagan v Liontrust Investment Partners LLP and Others [2015] EWHC 2171 (Ch) on the issue of whether the principle of repudiation applies to LLP Agreements.  Life does not get much more exciting […]

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June 18th, 2015 by Sharon Hamilton

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­International Employers Forum Brussels, Belgium May 2015 Cross Border Enforcements of Restrictive Covenants David Fisher spoke at the International Employers Forum Conference on cross border enforcement of restrictive covenants. For further details please email David Fisher

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Exposure to EU employment litigation increases for non-EU employers from 10 January 2015 From 10 January 2015, multi-nationals with no EU presence, but with employees working in the EU, could potentially be exposed to more employment litigation. The Brussels I Regulation (Regulation (EU) 44/2001) which regulates EU jurisdictional issues, will be replaced by the “recast” Brussels Regulation (Regulation […]

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