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Deciphering the Remuneration Codes

By | 10 Sep 2014

The Financial Services Authority was an early adopter of a remuneration code, subsequently revising this when Europe caught up with the implementation of the Third Capital Directive.

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Pensions update: Lump Sums from Pensions Schemes - Budget takes effect

Pensions update: Lump Sums from Pensions Schemes - Budget takes effect

By and | 18 Jul 2014

Yesterday Parliament enacted the Finance Act 2014; implementing a number of changes including those relating to lump sums payable by pension schemes to scheme members.

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Brussels HR Law Focus Newsletter No.5

By | 09 Jul 2014

In this "HR Law Focus" newsletter we focus on certain developments in respect of international mobility of workers.

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US Quarterly Newsletter - July

US Quarterly Newsletter - July

By , and | 04 Jul 2014

Welcome to our latest newsletter and Happy Fourth of July! We've had a busy last quarter...

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Worker rights for LLP members

By | 11 Jun 2014

In a much awaited judgement, the Supreme Court has recently ruled that LLP members are workers for the purposes of entitlement to protection under whistleblowing legislation.

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EU Businesses faced with costly holiday pay bill -  retailers,  restaurants and others take note!

EU Businesses faced with costly holiday pay bill - retailers, restaurants and others take note!

By | 05 Jun 2014

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has confirmed that commission should be included as a component in the calculation of a worker’s holiday pay.

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High Court rules on meaning of "accrued" benefits

High Court rules on meaning of "accrued" benefits

By and | 16 Apr 2014

The High Court has given judgment in a case which emphasises the limits to what the Courts can do to assist employers and trustees faced with having to deal with inadequately implemented changes.

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Pensions update: High Court rules on meaning of 'accrued' benefits

Pensions update: High Court rules on meaning of 'accrued' benefits

By and | 16 Apr 2014

The High Court has given judgment in a case which emphasises the limits to what the Courts can do to assist employers and trustees faced with having to deal with inadequately implemented changes.

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US Quarterly Newsletter - April

US Quarterly Newsletter - April

By and | 09 Apr 2014

To help our US clients and contacts stay up-to-date with evolving issues, our quarterly newsletter brings you a summary of the key European legal stories and updates from the last quarter.

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