2009 UK Case Law Review and Subscription NewsPosted in : Supplementary Case Law Articles ROI on 28 January 2010
Legal-Island's employment law email update services cover the entire island of Ireland but our services differ to account for differences in the jurisdictions. We thought that you, as a subscriber to our premium Republic of Ireland service, might be interested in reading a document that summarises many of the cases we covered via our NI service and allows you to find the full 2009 decisions online.
Most of the 120+ cases in this 42-page document are from the Employment Appeal Tribunal in GB and are therefore of only persuasive relevance to practitioners in Ireland. However, over 40 of the case summaries relate to discrimination jurisdictions that apply throughout the EU, including Ireland.
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