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February 2, 2024

Questions Linger Over UK Plans To Resurrect Tribunal Fees

The UK government said it will resurrect employment tribunal fees, a move that Deborah Margolis says "will almost certainly change the dynamic between employers and employees, with many employees thinking twice about filing a claim.” (Subscription require

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January 29, 2024

Gov't Floats Return of Fees for Employment Tribunals

Deborah Margolis says a UK proposal to charge a fee for issuing claims in employment and employment appeal tribunals may deter genuine claims and will "almost certainly change the dynamic between employees.” (Subscription required.)

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January 18, 2024

Artificial intelligence risks dominate Davos discussions

Deborah Margolis, Jan-Ove Becker and Stephan Swinkels discuss AI’s impact on the global economy and the workforce. (Subscription required.)

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January 9, 2024

The UK-US Data Bridge Protects Data Privacy

Kwabena Appenteng weighs in on the challenges to international data privacy regulations and data transfers and says companies should make sure that they have standard contractual clauses in place. (Subscription required.)

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January 5, 2024

Dismissals in Germany: How Employers Can Help Minimize Financial Risks

Kim Kleinert discusses how economic risks can be significantly minimized when grounds for termination do not hold up in a German labor court. (Subscription required.)

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