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New law increases cyber attack risks for French companies

FOCUS: Businesses in France are being asked to compile a database of commercially sensitive information that will potentially attract increased interest from cyber criminals. 03 Apr 2014

Compensation for failing to consult fully should not be based on statutory maximum, says UK EAT

The statutory maximum should only be used as a basis for calculating compensation for a failure to consult under the collective redundancy rules when there has been no consultation at all, the UK's Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has said. 11 Mar 2014

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Government to review legality of "intimidating" trade union leverage campaigns

The Government is right to consider a review of the civil and criminal laws surrounding so-called 'leverage campaigns', with a view towards making it harder for trade unions to engage in "industrial intimidation" during labour disputes, an expert has announced.... 07 Nov 2013

Change to UK collective redundancy laws "inevitable", says expert, as Government granted leave to appeal Woolworths case

The Government is not guaranteed a "favourable outcome" in its appeal of a tribunal's finding that consultation requirements under the collective redundancy rules were triggered when retailers made redundancies in multiple shops, an expert has said. 17 Sep 2013

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