The matter of age discrimination is a particularly sensitive issue in France, where the relatively high unemployment rate of young and aged persons is structural.
Last month the Squire Patton Boggs Labour & Employment team issued a survey to over 3,000 UK clients and contacts of different sizes and industry sectors in relation to the arrival of the SPL Regulations next month.
Before you read this post, take a moment to look at the back of your computer monitor or handheld device. Do you see a tag that states “Made in China?”
Numerous federal, state, and local laws in the US prohibit employers from making employment decisions based on an employee’s or job applicant’s age and thus protecting employees from being discriminated against based on their age.
The long-awaited decision of the Leicester Employment Tribunal in Lock -v- British Gas was issued yesterday.
INTERPOL’s Red Notices for Iranian Terror Suspects and the Connection to the Case of Argentine Prosecutor Alberto Nisman
A reader recently sent in an inquiry about the case of Argentina’s scandal involving the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman, who was shot just one day prior to his scheduled appearance at Argentina’s Congress.
Before the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations came into force in 2006, there was no specific protection for employees from discrimination on grounds of age.
In my post last week, China Bank Technology Rules: Not the Same Old Thing, I said I would come back here with a solution to this bank software mess.
Just cc’ed on an email from one of our China lawyers to a new client for whom we have been retained to form a China Wholly Foreign Owned Entity, or WFOE.
President Barack Obama’s recent announcement of sweeping new rules directed toward normalizing relations between Cuba and the United States, followed by a call to Congress to lift the embargo against Cuba, raises some important considerations for trademark owners in the United States.