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|26 Jul 2011||ELA's response to consultation on modern workplaces||Consultations|
|4 Apr 2012||EAT makes reference to ECJ on application of derogation from the Working Time Directive||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News||In Associated British Ports v Bridgeman the EAT has asked the ECJ to clarify the application of Article 17(3)(c) of the Working Time Directive (No.2003/88), which permits derogation from Directive rig...|
|EU ministers reach agreement on working time and temporary workers|
|14 Oct 2008||Substitution clause was a sham where parties intended it not to apply||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News||In Redrow Homes (Yorkshire) Ltd v Buckborough and anor the EAT has held that a contractual term may be considered a sham not only where the parties intend to deceive a third party but also where the p...|
|1 Dec 2008||In Brief - Law in the Making?||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||ELA Briefing||
The employment and social affairs committee of the European parliament voted on 5 November to outlaw the opt-out from the Working Time Directive. The issue will be debated by the full parliament in...
|1 Dec 2008||The Corps of Commissionaires Management v Hughes||Charlotte Stern, RadcliffesLeBrasseur||ELA Briefing|
|28 Apr 2009||Working time opt-out to be retained||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News||After five years of negotiations, attempts to reach agreement between Member States and the European Parliament on a revised Working Time Directive have failed, the main stumbling block being the opt-...|