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Arthur Cox Employment Law Yearbook 2012

Corporate: Arthur Cox Employment Law Group
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Published: 28-02-2013
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 500
ISBN: 9781780431499
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP : €99.00
 

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About Arthur Cox Employment Law Yearbook 2012

This annual Irish publication contains selected cases and materials relevant to Employment Law, specifically the case law and decisions that took place in Ireland throughout 2012. Practitioners need to be up to date and this annual publication provides that service. By being selective, and having that selection carried out by experienced lawyers, practitioners are pointed in the right direction. It will also be of great use to HR professionals and trade union officials who have need to reference this legal area.

The title contains analysis and discussions on:
- Irish law: decisions of the superior courts, Labour Court, Equality Tribunal, Employment Appeals Tribunal etc;
- Irish legislation and statutory instruments;
- English law so far as relevant eg common law decisions;
- EU law: decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Communities and relevant Directives/Regulations;
- Other material such as Annual Reports of the EAT, the Labour Court, the Health & Safety Authority, the activities of NERA as well as decisions listed in other complementary areas of the law, including taxation and pensions. These have all been selected by experienced lawyers in the relevant fields.

This title is part of a series that is released yearly, to reflect each year's particular case laws and decisions.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1: 2012 in Outline;
Chapter 2: Alternative Dispute Resolution;
Chapter 3: Bills at End 2012, Selected Relevant;
Chapter 4: Contract of Employment;
Chapter 5: Data Protection and Workplace Privacy;
Chapter 6: Employment Appeals Tribunal;
Chapter 7: Employment Equality;
Chapter 8: Employment-Related Torts;
Chapter 9: European Union Law;
Chapter 10: Financial Considerations;
Chapter 11: Fixed-Term Workers;
Chapter 12: Health and Safety;
Chapter 13: Human Rights;
Chapter 14: Immigration;
Chapter 15: Industrial Relations;
Chapter 16: Insolvency;
Chapter 17: Joint Labour Committees, Employment Regulations Orders, Registered Employment Agreements;
Chapter 18: Labour Relations Commission;
Chapter 19: Legislation Passed During 2012, Selected Relevant;
Chapter 20: Legitimate Expectation;
Chapter 21: Minimum Wage;
Chapter 22: Part-Time Workers;
Chapter 23: Pensions;
Chapter 24: Public Servants;
Chapter 25: Public Sector Reform;
Chapter 26: Redundancy;
Chapter 27: Reform of Irish Employment Law;
Chapter 28: Reform of UK Employment Law;
Chapter 29: Social Security;
Chapter 30: Taxation Relating to Employment;
Chapter 31: Temporary Agency Workers;
Chapter 32: Transfer of Undertakings;
Chapter 33: Unfair Dismissal;
Chapter 34: Whistleblowing;
Chapter 35: Working Time.

Reviews

“This book ticks all the boxes for lawyers specialising in employment law or for HR professionals or trade-union officials” –  Conall Bergin, The Law Society Gazette

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