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Unlicensed Lawyers and Undue Influence – Setting Aside Deed Rejected

by Nexsen Pruet, PLLC on

In a recent unpublished opinion, 2018 WL 679484, the South Carolina Court of Appeals addressed the circumstances under which a deed prepared by an unlicensed attorney would be voided in a challenge that also involved claims...more

EU: “Hard” Brexit Would Come with Border Friction and Costs

The European Union has published a technical note warning of dire consequences for businesses if the UK leaves the EU with no deal in place. The European Commission has warned companies across Europe to prepare for...more

New NLRB Decisions Favor Employers

by Akerman LLP - HR Defense on

With the change to a Republican President and the appointment of new NLRB members, the expectation that more pro-employer decisions will be issued has begun. Several NLRB decisions have re-established prior labor law...more

End of the Year Whirlwind for Labor and OSHA Matters! Part II of III – NLRB.

by Fisher Phillips on

No other agency so radically changed the law under the Obama Administration; nor galvanized so much management-side resistance as the National Labor relations Board (NLRB). So it seems appropriate that the NLRB would stagger...more

Implications of the 2016 US Presidential Election for Trade Policy

by White & Case LLP on

The election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States will have important implications for US trade policy. Assessing these implications in the immediate aftermath of the presidential election is,...more

Case Demonstrates Perils Of Refusing To Discuss Issues With Union

A significant change in NLRB precedent during the last few years was the added requirement that an employer bargain over discretionary aspects of discipline in the period between the union acquiring representational rights...more

ERISA Newsletter - First Quarter 2017

by Proskauer Rose LLP on

After a brief hiatus, Proskauer's ERISA Newsletter is back with a brand new look. We hope you like it and find it is easier to navigate. In addition to implementing our new format, we have moved to a quarterly publication...more

Ninth Amendment to German Act Against Restraints of Competition to Take Effect Soon

by Morgan Lewis on

Key changes triggered by the amendment relate to a company’s liability for cartel infringements, the introduction of a transaction value test into merger control, private enforcement through the implementation of the EU...more

WTO Panel Decision: EU – Poultry Meat (China)

by White & Case LLP on

Decision: A WTO Panel has issued a mixed ruling in a challenge by China to the EU's modification of its tariff schedule for goods. Significance of Decision: This important decision provides new clarity on the...more

Fourth Circuit Rejects Retirees’ Claim for Vested Health Benefits

The Fourth Circuit upheld an employer’s unilateral decision to amend a collective bargaining agreement to cap employer contributions to retiree health benefits and freeze Medicare reimbursements for hourly retirees...more

Workwise: 5 Tips to Avoid Constructive Dismissal Claims

by Field Law on

A constructive dismissal claim arises when an employer unilaterally changes a fundamental term of the employment agreement and, while the employer has not directly terminated the employee, the employee feels as though they...more

Court of Appeals Grants Leave to Appeal in Partnership Dissolution Case

On January 10, 2016, the New York Court of Appeals decided to hear a case that has significant consequence in the field of partnership dissolution. The case, Congel v. Malfitano,[1] concerns the allegedly wrongful...more

Board Defers to Arbitrator’s Award Upholding Management Rights–But for How Long?

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: In Weavexx, LLC the Board deferred to an arbitrator’s finding that the employer had the right to change its payday and pay cycle without first bargaining. The bigger question is how much longer will such...more

A Month in UK Employment Law - November 2016

by Proskauer Rose LLP on

Taxation of termination payments draft legislation published - At present, in certain circumstances the first £30,000 of a termination payment is exempt from income tax and national insurance ("NIC"). However, there have...more

So Much for Management Rights Clauses — The Board Strikes Again

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Seyfarth Synopsis: In Graymont PA, Inc. the Board majority ruled that a unionized employer cannot unilaterally change rules or policies that affect bargaining unit employees even if its collective bargaining agreement...more

Pokémon Go Faces More Criticism

by King & Spalding on

Pokémon Go is a location-based augmented reality game in which players use their mobile device to catch Pokémon in the players’ real-world surroundings by utilizing the camera, GPS, and gyroscope features of the mobile...more

2016 Summer Review: M&A legal developments

by White & Case LLP on

We set out below a number of interesting English court decisions which have taken place and their impact on M&A transactions. This review looks at these developments and gives practical guidance on their implications....more

The Meritas Guide To Employment Law On A Business Sale In Europe, Middle East And Africa - April 2015: Poland

1. DO EMPLOYEES AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO THE BUYER WHEN A BUSINESS IS SOLD? Upon a transfer of (or part of) an undertaking to another employer, employees are automatically transferred thereto. Consequently, the...more

The Meritas Guide To Employment Law On A Business Sale In Europe, Middle East And Africa - April 2015: Hungary

1. DO EMPLOYEES AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO THE BUYER WHEN A BUSINESS IS SOLD? The Hungarian Labour Act defines a business transfer in line with the provisions of EC Directive 2001/23 of 12 March 2001. As such the rights...more

The Meritas Guide To Employment Law On A Business Sale In Europe, Middle East And Africa - April 2015: Germany

1. DO EMPLOYEES AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO THE BUYER WHEN A BUSINESS IS SOLD? Section 613a of the German Civil Code (Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch) determines employers’ and employees’ rights and duties in cases of a business...more

The Meritas Guide To Employment Law On A Business Sale In Europe, Middle East And Africa - April 2015: France

1. DO EMPLOYEES AUTOMATICALLY TRANSFER TO THE BUYER WHEN A BUSINESS IS SOLD? Article L. 1224-1 of the French Labour Code states that “following a change to the employer’s legal status, in particular by succession, sale,...more

Three Steps to Help Ensure the Enforceability of Your Website’s Terms of Use

Operators of social media platforms and other websites typically manage their risks by imposing terms of use or terms of service for the sites. As we previously wrote, websites must implement such terms properly to ensure...more

Letters of the Law: 'O' is for Omission

by DLA Piper on

Most contractors would not argue with the scope of their work being increased (provided they are to be paid for the increase) but they might not be so pleased if the scope is reduced and the employer seeks to pay them less....more

Changes To Loan Notes: Good Faith Not Implied

by Allen & Overy LLP on

In Dennis Edward Myers & anr v Kestrel Acquisitions Ltd & ors [2015] EWHC 916 (Ch), 31 March 2015, the High Court refused to imply an obligation of good faith into a term allowing modifications of loan notes. ...more

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