Archive for October 2014

UK Employment Law

Episode 58The View from Mayer Brown

Nick looks at two cases in this episode. The first case looks at the new Tribunal Early Conciliation procedure and what happens where a claimant does not comply with the process. The second case considers how to handle the repayment of bonuses by employees back to employers, and the recovery of the tax on the bonus when it was first paid.

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UK Employment Law

Episode 57The View from Mayer Brown

In this episode Nick looks at three cases. The first manages to make Deposit Orders interesting. The second case looks at a tax trap on buying out benefits and the third considers whether an employer acted in breach of a duty of care to an employee when starting disciplinary proceedings.

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UK Employment Law

Episode 56The View from Mayer Brown

In this episode Nick looks at three recent and important cases. The first case considers the test for allowing an employee located outside the UK to bring a claim in an English Employment Tribunal. The second case looks at alleged discrimination against a fixed term worker whose income protection claim was rejected because of the terms of the relevant insurance scheme. The third case confirms that, when identifying which employees transfer under the Transfer Regulations, it is not sufficient to consider just the percentage of time spent in the business which is transferring.

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2014 ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions in detail – Part Three (Successors)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6pTUToZcwI&feature=youtu.be

Edmund Parker, Global Co-head of Derivatives & Structured Products at Mayer Brown, discusses the 2014 ISDA Credit Derivatives Definitions in further detail, with a detailed analysis of the Successor Provisions.

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