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|1 Oct 2008||Enfield Technical Services v Payne; Grace v B F Components||Felicia Epstein, Pattinson & Brewer Solicitors||ELA Briefing||In Tinsley v Milligan, Lord Goff stated: "The principle [of illegality] is not a principle of justice; it is a principle of policy whose application is indiscriminate and so can lead to unfai...|
|2 Oct 2008||Companies' Acts and the Companies'Acts - Corporate Considerations||James Cox, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP||Lecture Notes|
|2 Oct 2008||Winning the War for Talent - Recruiting Senior Executives||Kate Hodgkiss, DLA Piper UK, LLP||Lecture Notes|
|2 Oct 2008||Executives Behaving Badly When Companies (or Executives) Have to Litigate||Annabel Mackay, Addleshaw Goddard LLP||Lecture Notes|
|2 Oct 2008||Letting the Fat Cat Out or In - Corporate Governance Angles||Anne Pritam, Stephenson Harwood||Lecture Notes|
|2 Oct 2008||Ending with a Compromise||Cerys Williams, Heller Ehrman (Europe)||Lecture Notes|
|21 Oct 2008||Commercial lease does not automatically transfer under the Acquired Rights Directive||News from the IDS Employment Law Team||Employment News|
|1 Nov 2008||In Brief - Fixed-Term Employees||Clive Howard, Russell Jones & Walker||ELA Briefing|
|1 Nov 2008||A New Duty on Employees to Incriminate Themselves||Christopher Walter, Paul Hastings||ELA Briefing||Employees frequently make plans for a better and brighter future, particularly during the long summer holidays. They seldom disclose those plans to their employers, of course, until the plans have cry...|
|1 Jan 2009||FSA issues for employment lawyers||Oliver Assersohn, Outer Temple Chambers||ELA Briefing||As heads roll across the square mile, lawyers are working with an increasing number of cases from the financial services sector. The rules of the Financial Services Authority affect individuals employ...|