Labour Law Review Publications

Labour Law Review 2001

By Jennifer Eady and Rebecca Tuck

Published in September 2001

Over the last year there has been much discussion about UK workers developing a "compensation culture". Emphasis is placed on the increase in the number of cases going through the court and tribunal systems with particular focus on the associated increase in costs. Yet little is said about why there has been such an increase or indeed the nature of the cases.

Labour Law Review 2000

By Jennifer Eady and Jeremy McMullen QC

Published in September 2000

Each year the Institute publishes a short review of the main legal developments of the last 12 months - both statutory laws and court decisions.

A5; 36pp; ISBN 1 873271 71 9;

 

 

 

Labour Law Review 1999

By Jennifer Eady and Jeremy McMullen QC

Published in September 1999

Each year the Institute publishes a short review of the main legal developments of the last 12 months - both statutory laws and court decisions.

This year the Review includes information on the Employment Relations Act and also looks at how the Courts have dealt with cases emanating from the Disability Discrimination Act, the Working Time Regulations, changes in the Transfer of Undertakings Regulations and the Sex Discrimination (Gender Reassignment) Regulations.

A5; 36pp; ISBN 1 873271 71 9;

 

 

Labour Law Review 1997

By Jeremy McMullen QC and Jennifer Eady

Published in September 1997

See below for a preview of the book

 

 

 

 

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