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50,000 Reasons for Employees to Think Twice Before Taking Their Employer's Copyright Works and Confidential Information

An ex-employee was recently ordered to pay his former employer AUD50,000 in damages after the Federal Court (Court) held that the employee had infringed copyright and breached his employment agreement and duty of...more

Employer's "Super Policy" Against Harassment Requires Employer to Protect Employee Beyond That Which is Required by Law

A Costco employee suffered from Tourette's syndrome, and made complaints to management about the way his supervisors and others were treating him. He later filed charges with the Connecticut Human Rights Organization as well...more

France: Courts Limit Claims for Constructive Dismissal

Constructive dismissal is, in effect, a resignation treated as a dismissal. The employee terminates the employment contract in response to an employer’s alleged breach and the Employment Tribunal then assesses the employer’s...more

Sunrise Brokers LLP v Rodgers: responding to an employee's breach of contract

What happened? In Sunrise Brokers LLP v Rodgers, the High Court decided that an employer could refuse to allow an employee to resign in breach of contract and instead hold him to the terms of his contract. This meant...more

What is Wrongful Termination in Arizona?  [Video]

Phoenix Business law firm Jaburg Wilk's Employment Law attorney Kraig J. Marton discusses what wrongful termination is in Arizona such as illegal discrimination, retaliation and breach of an employment contract. He also talks...more

Arizona’s Notice Of Claim Statute – Jumping Through Hoops When Suing State Government Or Its Agencies Or Political Subdivisions

For 20 years, the State of Arizona, its agencies and political subdivisions have held a secret weapon to thwart claims made against them for everything from breach of employment contracts to gross negligence in providing...more

No Jurisdiction Under Tucker Act to Review Contract Claim of Competitive Service Employee

In Charnetski v. United States, a federal employee sued the Government in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims for breach of contract when the Government cancelled a retirement plan that allowed the otherwise full-time employee...more

Silence Is Golden For Employee Suspended Without Pay

Employers: Read and understand your employment agreements with your employees, and don't assume you have contractual rights that are not spelled out in the agreements. ...more

UK Employment Alert No 206: How to Terminate Employment and Exercise a Payment in Lieu of Notice Clause

The UK Supreme Court has provided guidance about two issues of importance for employers wishing to dismiss a UK employee: 1. What happens when an employer dismisses an employee in a manner that breaches the terms of the...more

UK Supreme Court Decision Limits Employers’ Power to Terminate Employment

Today the Supreme Court has handed down its widely anticipated judgment in the case of Société Générale v. Geys. The decision clarifies the powers of employers to terminate the employment of employees without giving full...more

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