A company that gave a poor reference to a former employee because he had complained of discrimination during his employment will be liable to pay compensation for victimisation, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
Employment Law Update - Hart Brown outline what you need to know about the recent changes and what to expect this year. The government has put in place a policy committed to reforming employment law examining what regulations could be simplified or scaled back.
American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education announces its upcoming program, Advanced Employment Law and Litigation 2014 , taking place February 27-March 1, 2014 at the Washington Plaza Hotel in Washington, ...
From April 2014, statutory discrimination questionnaires will be abolished – but employees will still have tactics up their sleeve for making the employer provide information, says employment lawyer Alex Mizzi.
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "The A-Z of Employment Practice" book to their offering.
Proskauer announced today that three nationally acclaimed labor and employment lawyers Zach Fasman, Allan Bloom and Erika Collins, have joined the firm as partners in New York. The combined depth of their experience advising multinational corporations, financial services firms and corporate boards on a range of U.S.
This year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi attracted controversy long before the lights went up on last weekend’s opening ceremony. Activists and athletes alike threatened to boycott the Games in protest against Russia’s questionable record on gay rights. But what is it like to be an employer in Russia?
McGlinchey Stafford is pleased to announce that Kimberly M. James and Tamecia G. Harris have joined the firm’s Houston office. Both attorneys will handle labor and employment and o
Rose Law is a California law firm founded in 2004 by attorney Joe Rose and dedicated to advocacy for working people. We are lawyers skilled in employment and labor law, catastrophic accident and injury law, government and administrative agency law, and defense of licensed professionals.
Kelly M. Dermody, chair of the employment law practice group at the national plaintiffs’ law firm Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, announced that U.S. District Court Judge Lucy H.