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Germany referred to CJEU over ‘discriminatory’ VAT refund rules for non-EU operators

The European Commission (EC) is referring Germany to the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) over the country’s rules on applying for value added tax (VAT) refunds, which the EC said discriminate against non-EU operators . 29 Sep 2014

Legal expenses insurance no bar to employment tribunal cost claim, says EAT

The fact that a successful party to an employment tribunal claim has her legal expenses paid by an insurer does not prevent him from claiming for costs, the UK's Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has confirmed. 24 Sep 2014

Court of Appeal: test for employment tribunal's jurisdiction does not include comparison of different legal systems

The test for whether the UK employment tribunal has jurisdiction to hear an unfair dismissal claim from somebody who lives and works abroad should not include a comparison of the relative merits of the different employment laws that could apply, the Court... 24 Sep 2014

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