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Competition litigation in the CAT – recent developments

Paris Court of Appeal partially reverses the FCA’s decision on historical monuments’ restoration

The Paris Court of Appeal has partially reversed an FCA decision that had increased fines based solely on belonging to a powerful group.

04 June 2015
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CMA gets power to make written recommendations on proposals for legislation

The CMA has additional powers to make written recommendations to government ministers about the potential impact of proposed Westminster legislation.

28 May 2015
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Collective Redundancies and the Woolworths case: good news for employers

Collective redundancy consultation and the Woolworths case: King & Wood Mallesons update.

12 May 2015
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In the public interest: What does that mean for whistleblowing claims?

Meaning of “public interest” under whistleblowing legislation: King & Wood Mallesons summarise.

12 May 2015
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Has the worm turned? Zero hours workers bite back

Zero hours contracts and discrimination claims: an update from King & Wood Mallesons.

12 May 2015
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Holiday Pay Saga Continues: UK Tribunals Rule on Commission

Commission must be included in holiday pay says UK tribunal. KWM reports on the latest developments.

14 April 2015
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Diet, Diabetes and Disability Discrimination

Diabetes, diet and Disability Discrimination – An update from the King & Wood Mallesons employment team.

14 April 2015
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Protected by association? Indirect discrimination rights could be extended

Could indirect discrimination be widened under new European caselaw? King & Wood Mallesons report.

14 April 2015
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Last gasp laws: a round-up of the latest employment law legislation

Employment legislation under the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 and Deregulation Act 2015: a summary from King & Wood Mallesons.

14 April 2015
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CMA publishes its first annual report on enhanced concurrency arrangements

The Competition & Markets Authority has published its first report on concurrency in the UK, which assesses how the new arrangements have functioned.

10 April 2015
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Workplace Wisdoms: Office politics - General election fever in the workplace

In this podcast we provide some key practical issues to consider when your employees start to get caught up in general election fever.

10 April 2015
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French Competition Authority publishes revised French leniency guidelines

The French Competition Authority has published revised leniency procedure guidelines.

09 April 2015
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