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SMARTLEGAL Schmidt&Partners
In the previous articles on the lawful dismissal, we discussed that, ranging from the employee's behaviour to the employer's reorganization, there can be many legitimate reasons for dismissal by the employer.
Arthur Cox
This is the Winter 2019 update from our Pensions Group. This includes updates on the following topics:
RTE has been ordered to pay €100,000 (the equivalent of one year's salary) to a former employee as compensation for age discrimination.
Hogan Lovells
From 1 January 2020, the amount of the unemployment insurance contribution (hereinafter: ''WW-premium'')...
Loyens & Loeff
Social Affairs Minister Wouter Koolmees has granted underfunded pension funds a one-year reprieve from implementing cuts of pension rights and benefits (article 142 Dutch Pensions Act).
Ana Bruno & Associados Sociedade de Advogados SPRL
Currently it is not possible to evaluate the impact of such change which will only be assess with time.
Perez Llorca
La sentencia de referencia tiene por objeto resolver una cuestión prejudicial planteada por el Juzgado de lo Social nº 3 de Gerona, con arreglo al artículo ...
DAC Beachcroft LLP
Legislation: Pension Schemes Bill 2019/2020 second reading. The Bill includes the same measures as those published in October 2019 ahead of the general election.
Gowling WLG
It's been over a year since the Lloyds Bank case confirmed that there is a legal requirement for occupational pension schemes to address the inequality between men and women...
Mayer Brown
This post will be of interest to employers who have a defined benefit pension scheme.
Gowling WLG
On 10 February 2020, the Pensions Regulator (TPR) published its response to its consultation on the future of trusteeship and governance.
Mayer Brown
On 10 February 2020, the Pensions Regulator (the "Regulator") published its consultation response on the future of trusteeship and governance.
Mayer Brown
Please see the latest edition of The Pensions Brief.
DLA Piper
In this edition of Pensions Ombudsman Round-Up we look at some determinations from August and September 2020, which cover the following issues:
Hogan Lovells
After the Carillion and BHS debacles, the Pensions Regulator (tPR) announced it was going to be "clearer, quicker and tougher".
Herbert Smith Freehills
Although the UK's exit from the EU last Friday does not have an immediate impact on pension law and regulation in the UK
Herbert Smith Freehills
As we previously reported, the new DIFC Employment Law, Law No. 2 of 2019, came into effect on 28 August 2019 (click here to read our employment e-bulletin on 16 key changes introduced by the new law).
DLA Piper
Pensions Round-Up UK Series.
Mayer Brown
Judged to be to be a "poor measure of inflation" by the UK Statistics Authority (UKSA), its view is that before the Retail Prices Index (RPI) is scrapped, ...
Gowling WLG
From 6 April 2020, medium and large-sized private sector clients will be responsible for deciding if the 'off-payroll rules' apply in relation to workers who provide their services to an end client...
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