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Why should law firms get away with unequal pay? By Esther Martin 10 November 2017 Between now and the end of the year, female lawyers should take note that they are effectively working for free. That is according to the Equal Pay Day, being marked today, Friday 10 November 2017. The gender pay gap has long […]

CLE Conference Vail, Colorado, United States of America January 2016 International Employment Issues and the Impact on Your Practice  Esther Martin was a speaker at the CLE Ski Conference on International employment law issues and the impact they have on legal practices. For further details on this seminar please email Esther Martin

EU data protection authorities address the fall-out from Schrems and the US responds At the end of last week, the Article 29 Working Party (comprising of representatives of the  EU national data protection authorities, the European Data Protection Supervisor and the European Commission), issued a Statement on the implications of the  European Court of Justice’s significant decision in Schrems, […]

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The Court of Appeal grants an anti-suit injunction to stop US proceedings against an English former employee In our recent news alert of 10 July 2015, we reported on the High Court decision of Petter -v- EMC Europe Ltd & Anor [2015] EWHC 1498 (QB).  The case was appealed to the Court of Appeal which handed […]

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AIJA Half Year Conference Antwerp, Belgium May 2015 I stole the data from my employer, what do I risk?  Am I a whistleblower? Esther Martin was a speaker at the AIJA Half Year Conference, speaking on whistleblowing issues in the UK. For further details on this seminar please email Esther Martin

Looking ahead to 2015 2014 was a busy year for employment law changes. With the UK’s General Election in May 2015, and the period of pre-election purdah commencing on 20 March 2015, employment legislative change in the first half of 2015 is likely to be somewhat quieter in comparison. In this alert, we briefly look […]

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