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  • Headscarf ban justified

    09 June 2016

    Three years into her employment at a Belgian security company, a Muslim employee began to wear a headscarf at work, even though there was a company rule which prohibited the wearing of any visible signs of political, philosophical or religious beliefs…

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  • Brexit: A legal perspective

    10 May 2016

    On 23 June 2016, the UK population will hold an in-or-out referendum on the UK’s future EU involvement From a legal perspective, should the UK decide to leave the EU, for better or worse there would be a need to revise many existing laws, especially where UK legislation is tied to EU law.…

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  • Settlement Agreements

    03 April 2016

    Employees are the life blood of any organisation, but if an individual conducts themselves badly, or the strategic direction of a business means they are no longer required, an ill advised or poorly executed approach can create the circumstances upon which they may be able to claim that they have been unfairly dismissed.…

    Employment
  • Corporate Entities Can Bring Discrimination Claims

    15 February 2016

    Garry Abrams was a member of EAD Solicitors LLP (a limited liability partnership). In 2011 Mr Abrams retired as a member of EAD and was replaced by Garry Abrams Ltd. This arrangement had been recommended to Mr Abrams by his accountants. …

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