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Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution whereby parties forgo their right to sue in court in favour of submitting their claims
Conyers
Following our alert of 30 December on recent amendments to the National Pension Scheme, there are two updates: the National Pension Scheme (Occupational Pensions) Amendment Act 2019 (No. 2)
Appleby
A number of confirmed changes to employment and immigration law in Bermuda are due to come into force in the year ahead, with further potential changes anticipated.
Appleby
The new laws have attracted much interest during their passage through the legislative process.
Carey Olsen
Provisions of the National Pension Scheme (Occupational Pensions) Amendment Act 2019 came into force on Monday 30 December 2019.
Conyers
The National Pension Scheme (Occupational Pensions) Amendment Act 2019 (the NPS Amendment Act), the provisions of which come into force on different dates, amends the existing legislation and
Appleby
Working families will benefit from more generous leave entitlements in the New Year. When it comes into effect on January 1, the Employment (Maternity Leave Extension and Paternity Leave)
Appleby
A Wage Commission is to be established under recent legislation, in a step which may lead to a minimum wage in Bermuda for the first time.
Appleby
We recommend seeking advice on policies well in advance of the 2019 Amendment coming into force.
Appleby
Whether the decision of the Employment Tribunal was wrong.
BeesMont Law Limited
Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd: The English Supreme Court re-examines the enforcement of restrictive covenants – in favour of employers.
Appleby
New employment is not always a smooth process. The employer and employee both need to adjust to new conditions and dynamics. Employees must learn
Appleby
What duties does an employer have when an employee develops a disability which prevents him from performing his employment duties, either completely or partially?
Carey Olsen
During the course of the last eighteen months, we have seen a significant increase in merger and acquisition activity within Bermuda, particularly in the (re)insurance sector.
Appleby
The Equality Act 2017 (the Act) received Royal Assent in July 2017 and is unquestionably one of the most significant pieces of social legislation to be advanced in the Isle of Man in the last couple of decades.
Appleby
The previous article looked at the increasing use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) in the employment context.
Appleby
Recent high profile scandals reported in the media from Harvey Weinstein and the #MeToo movement to disclosures made under UK Parliamentary privilege about the British retailer Sir Philip Green...
Appleby
Secondment assignments are quite common in Bermuda, particularly in respect of start-up companies. This is where an employee (Secondee) from one organisation (Employer) is temporarily assigned...
Appleby
In part one of this two part series, we considered the three main scenarios for a business sale typically encountered in Bermuda as well as the key concerns employers ...
Appleby
There are generally three different methods for a purchaser to acquire a company's business. The effects of the sale or transfer on employees will depend on the type of method implemented.
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