Employment Law in Practice provides full coverage of the substantive areas of employment law likely to be encountered by a lawyer in the early years of practice. Topics covered include unfair dismissal, breach of contract, discrimination, equal pay and family friendly provisions. This manual also employs sample cases to illustrate how to complete relevant forms, deal with interlocutory stages and use special procedures and record settlements to encourage students to develop and practise their legal skills in an employment law context.In BSG Property Services v Tuck  IRLR 134 (EAT), it was held that the additional a#39;single economic entitya#39; requirement of the Rygaard ... The decision of the ECJ in SA¼zen v Zehnacker GebAculdereinigung GmbH Krankenhausservice ( C-13/95)  IRLR 255 ... a part of a business within the Acquired Rights Directive a#39;if there is no concomitant transfer of significant tangible or intangible assets or theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Employment Law in Practice|
|Author||:||The City Law School, Nigel Duncan, Jennifer Eady, Peter Hungerford-Welch, John Sprack|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 2014-01-09|