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New beginnings - Class actions in the UK

The UK’s class action regime has been in place for less than a year, but it has already attracted a £19 billion collective action against MasterCard.

26 August 2016
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Employment law, Immigration and Brexit: how much more do we know?

Much uncertainty remains over how the referendum vote will be implemented. In this article we identify some of the key messages that are emerging for employers.

11 August 2016
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The role of human resources in disciplinary investigations: when can it lead to unfair dismissal?

Human resources input into disciplinary investigations and legal claims for unfair dismissal: an update from King & Wood Mallesons

10 August 2016
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On or off? Headscarves in the workplace

Dress codes and discrimination in employment: King & Wood Mallesons report

10 August 2016
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Whistleblowing: the tainted process

Whistleblowing, the public interest disclosure act and unfair dismissal

10 August 2016
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Brexit: Will we see Devolution of Employment Law?

Brexit, will employment be devolved to Scotland and Wales

13 July 2016
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Brexit: What Will Happen to Current EU Migrants?

Brexit, what about existing EU migrants? King & Wood Mallesons report

12 July 2016
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Brexit: Is there anything you should do immediately?

Brexit, employment law and practical tips for employers: King & Wood Mallesons report

12 July 2016
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Post-Brexit Employment Law: Brave New World or Business As Usual?

Brexit, how will employment law change: King & Wood Mallesons report

12 July 2016
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Brexit - Beyond the rhetoric

Following the decision to leave the EU, we offered a webinar to our clients, to outline the real implications of the vote, beyond the headlines.

29 June 2016
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European Commission’s draft Geo-Blocking Regulation fails to clear the way

The European Commission’s proposed Geo-Blocking Regulation fails to address some of the key e-commerce concerns the Commission had previously identified.

21 June 2016
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The CMA steps up competition law enforcement in the online market place

This article was written by Andrew Morrison (associate)Ultra FinishingsOn 10 May 2016 the UK Competition and Markets Authority (the CMA) fined Ultra Finishing Limited (Ultra) £786,668 for infringement...

21 June 2016
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