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Kudun and Partners | July 2022

We are looking for outstanding mid-level corporate and M&A lawyers with over 4 years of experience to join our award-winning practice. Careers Kudun and Partners Founded in 2015, Kudun and Partners is a modern and forward-thinking law firm with a vision for a more client-focused way of practicing ...

    Supreme Court Ruling Sets the Foundation for GST on Secondment of Employees     AUTHOR: Reena Asthana Khair Senior Partner and Head International Trade & Indirect Taxation Kochhar & Co. EMAIL: [email protected]   Japanese Multinational companies often share their talent pool across borders and jurisdictions by secondment of Japanese nationals ...

Shoosmiths LLP | July 2022

This was introduced on 6 April 2022 and is an essential part of the recruitment process, as this will ensure you have a statutory excuse against a civil penalty and allow you to remain compliant as your duty of sponsors if you currently hold a sponsor licence. The digital right to work check can only be made by Identity Service Providers (IDSPs) for British and Irish Citizens  as physical proof of documents are expected to finish by 2025 ...

Shoosmiths LLP | June 2022

Employees have the right to access personal data relating to them held by their employer. However, responding to such access requests is not always easy. In a 2-part article, we tackle the 12 questions employers most frequently ask when handling DSARs. 1. How do I verify that the request is genuine? There is no set format for making a data subject access request (DSAR), so a request might be made verbally, in writing, by email or by other electronic means ...

Shoosmiths LLP | June 2022

Employees have the right to access personal data relating to them held by their employer. However, responding to such access requests is not always easy. In a 2-part article, we tackle the 12 questions employers most frequently ask when handling DSARs. 7 ...

Shearn Delamore & Co. | June 2022

Dear valued clients, colleagues and friends, The High Court ruled that it has no jurisdiction to injunct an application to recognize and enforcean arbitral award on the basis that there are no sums due and owing under the arbitral award. Danieli Co., Ltd filed an application to recognize and enforce a foreign arbitral award ...

Mamo TCV Advocates | June 2022

  In a case decided on the 4th May 2022 (case number 524/14), the Court of Appeal held that a restriction contained in an employment contract which prevented an employee from soliciting or interfering or endeavouring to entice a customer away from the company after termination of employment, for a period of two years, could be enforced by the employer ...

Shoosmiths LLP | June 2022

In a recent case, a unilateral termination clause in the relevant contract had no bearing on whether termination via agreement between the parties was available, and the court held that novation of the contract by the conduct of the parties was valid ...

Shoosmiths LLP | June 2022

In a recent case the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) upheld a 25% uplift to compensation for an employer’s failure to comply with the ACAS Code of Practice, following a discriminatory dismissal that was purportedly due to redundancy ...

Dinsmore & Shohl LLP | June 2022

As of June 21, 2022, importers of goods from China and other countries that contain China origin inputs of components or raw materials are subject to the enforcement provisions of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA). As a result, importers should now perform significant due diligence on all tiers of the supply chain of their imports and update their compliance policies and internal controls to address the risks of forced labor in their supply chains ...

Mamo TCV Advocates | June 2022

Dr. Christine Calleja, from Mamo TCV Advocates, attended this year’s European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA) annual conference, held between the 23rd and 25th June. After an absence of three years, the conference hosted around 450 lawyers who specialise mainly in employment law. This year, delegates from the employment lawyers association of each country met before the start of the conference, discussing ideas for future collaboration ...

Shoosmiths LLP | June 2022

Another instalment from the UK courts guiding employers on how to comply with S145B of TULRCA when participating in collective bargaining. In the same month as we are contending with the largest rail strikes in 30 years, it is apt that the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in Edinburgh has issued a decision in a theme of cases involving Section 145B of TULRCA and how it can impact pay negotiations ...

Shoosmiths LLP | June 2022

Shoosmiths colleagues Andy Graham and Amy Leech highlight some of the main considerations for employers looking to move their employees onto a four day working week. Shoospeak HR podcast 4 day working weeks - a dream or disaster? Shoosmiths colleagues Andy Graham and Amy Leech debate the four day working week pilot and some key considerations for employers looking to implement this type of working pattern ...

Asters | June 2022

The military aggression of Russia and its satellites against Ukraine is not only a personal tragedy of Ukrainians and a threat to the existence of Ukrainian statehood. It also has an economic dimension in the form of huge material losses suffered by both Ukraine in general and each citizen in particular ...

Asters | June 2022

Military action has made adjustments to the activities of the vast majority of companies in Ukraine. Unfortunately, for many employers, the issue of revising the terms of remuneration of staff in the direction of reduction has become relevant. The Law of Ukraine “On the Organization of Labor Relations in Martial Law”  (the Law), which entered into force on March 24, reminded of the restriction of the constitutional right to work for the period of martial law ...

Asters | June 2022

What is important to consider? Many Ukrainian citizens are forced to stay abroad due to a full-scale Russian invasion. Some were there before the war and could not return, others had to leave Ukraine after February 24. It is clear that something is very difficult to predict at the moment and it can happen that, depending on your circumstances, your stay abroad can be long ...

Asters | June 2022

On June 21, the President  signed a  law ratifying the Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against Women and Domestic Violence (hereinafter referred to as the Convention). The day before, the law was passed by the Verkhovna Rada, 259 people's deputies voted for ratification, and only eight opposed it ...

On May 24, 2022, Schwabe and Columbia Bank hosted the “Getting Ahead of Agriculture's Rising Wages and Tightening Labor Market” seminar to assist those working in Oregon’s agricultural industry to address concerns over rising wages and the tight labor market. Attendees heard from a group of industry professionals on a selection of relevant topics. The seminar was informative, engaging, and a big success ...

Mamo TCV Advocates | June 2022

Mamo TCV Advocates in collaboration with the Foundation for Human Resources Development (FHRD) have organised and delivered a number of lectures on various topics related to Maltese employment law including employment contracts, termination of contracts, occupational health and safety, GDPR and immigration, as part of the newly launched course, ‘Award in the Practical Applications of Maltese Employment Law’ ...

Dinsmore & Shohl LLP | June 2022

Wednesday’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court in Viking River is expected to chill California’s cottage industry of representative wage-and-hour cases, which have long driven huge damages against employers. The decision offers California employers a significant opportunity to require employees to pursue these types of claims individually ...

Shearn Delamore & Co. | June 2022

Dear valued clients, colleagues and friends, We are pleased to bring you the latest legal updates for June 2022 ...

Shearn Delamore & Co. | June 2022

Dear valued clients, colleagues and friends, Fiction relies on creative and stylistic choices to entertain. Are there restrictions to creative licence when creativity meets real life? The High Court recently had to decide on a whether a claim, asserting defamation arising from a fictional drama, could be sustained or ought to be disposed of summarily. The Court struck out the defamation claim; a decision that is welcomed in light of the thriving entertainment industry in Malaysia ...

Shoosmiths LLP | June 2022

Despite the menopause affecting around 13 million women a year in the United Kingdom, until recently it was very much a taboo subject, both within and outside the workplace. Whilst progress has been made, it is critical that the conversation keeps going ...

The COVID-19 pandemic and post-pandemic era saw an increase in the number of employees working from home. For employers, this raises questions of liability for injuries that occur while employees are working from home. Specifically, when does workers’ compensation coverage or deliberate intent coverage apply? A New York appellate court recently discussed the applicability of workers’ compensation coverage in a work-from-home scenario. Matter of Capraro v. Matrix Absence Mgt ...

Recently, leading officials in the Biden administration have taken steps to prevent employers from sharing their lawful views on collective bargaining in order to aid union efforts to organize more employees. These actions range from encouraging employers to refrain from discussing unions with employees, to seeking to prohibit any discussion about unions with employees while they are working ...

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