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Court holds company’s officers personally liable for employee exploitation and clarifies law on director’s liability for inducing a company’s breach of contract Court holds company’s officers personally liable for employee exploitation and clarifies law on director’s liability for inducing a
25 June 2019
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … onally-liable-for-employee-exploitation.aspx
Our top-ranked London Employment team doesn’t wait for a market view, we lead the way.
07 June 2017
http://www.allenovery.com/expertise/practic … t/Global-Employment/Pages/UK-Employment.aspx
Allen & Overy is an international law firm providing strategic advice on all aspects of employment disputes, including discrimination, mediation, employment tribunals and compromise agreements. Allen & Overy is an international law firm providing strategic advice on all aspects of employment
02 May 2012
http://www.allenovery.com/expertise/practices/employment/Pages/employment-disputes.aspx
The FCA has retained its original proposals for the extension of the SMCR. We have set out an overview of the key changes that the FCA has made to its existing proposals. The FCA has retained its original proposals for the extension of the SMCR. We have set out an overview of the key changes that
05 July 2018
http://www.allenovery.com/news/en-gb/articl … enior-Managers-and-Certification-Regime.aspx
The CJEU has ruled for the first time on when the "overriding mandatory provisions" of the law of a particular state can be taken into account by a Member State court when determining a contractual dispute even where a different law has been chosen to govern the contract.
13 December 2016
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … es/Testing-legal-certainty-under-Rome-I.aspx
An employer was awarded only nominal damages from former employees who copied the employer’s confidential information but made no use, or limited use, of that information and did not cause any damage to the employer.
20 March 2017
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … ts-in-only-nominal-damages-for-employer.aspx
A release in a director’s settlement agreement was sufficiently wide to cover liability for later claims of trade mark infringement and passing off against the director and two co defendants.
16 September 2016
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … nt-defeats-subsequent-ip-claims-against.aspx
A worker will only be protected from detriment or dismissal if the disclosure is made in the reasonable belief that it was in the public interest. Factors to be considered when assessing whether a worker (and potential whistle-blower). A worker will only be protected from detriment or dismissal
27 September 2017
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … --what-does-in-the-public-interest-mean.aspx
Morrisons vicarious liability for employee data breach – data protection – class action Morrisons vicarious liability for employee data breach – data protection – class action
31 January 2018
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … rogue-employees-misuse-of-personal-data.aspx
The case of Braganza v BP Shipping Ltd [2015] UKSC 17 established that courts may look into the process that is undertaken by employers when reaching decisions that involve the exercise of discretion.
22 June 2016
http://www.allenovery.com/publications/en-g … tion-post-Braganza-two-recent-decisions.aspx


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