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A new Commission’s Communication clarifies
the concepts of freedom to provide services and general good in the
insurance industry. The Communication...
STATUS OF THE DEBATE ON AMENDMENTS TO THE
GENERAL PRODUCT SAFETY DIRECTIVE
Directive 92/59/EEC on general product safety (the
GPS Directive) became...
If parties agree to give the adjudicator the
power to decide questions of jurisdiction, they will be bound by
such election. In some circumstances, a...
The Employment Team at CMS Cameron McKenna welcomes
the appointment of High Court Judge Sir Michael Burton as the
Chairman of the new Central Arbitration...
The Government has recently announced that the
minimum wage will be increased to £3.70 from £3.60 in October.
The Youth rate payable for workers aged...
Whilst not yet in force this much talked about
regime has been on the statute books for over four and a half
years. Prior to that important...
The Transport Bill, published in November 1999, will create the
workplace parking levy - a charge for employee car park spaces. The
inclusion of the...
The ECJ has ruled that in the absence of an
agreement between the postal services of the Member States
concerned fixing terminal dues in relation to...
New legislation on data protection comes into force
on Wednesday 1st March 2000. The Data Protection Act 1998, whilst
not aimed solely at employers,...
On 16th February, Stephen Byers announced that he
had accepted interim undertakings from Birds Eye Wall's Ltd
following the Competition Commission monopoly...
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