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European Employment Law and the UK Looseleaf

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ISBN13: 9780421653702
ISBN: 0421653701
Published: June 2001
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Looseleaf
Price: Out of print



Publication Discontinued at the end of 2004
Designed to keep you at the forefront of employment law knowledge, European Employment Law and the UK covers all key European law developments of interest to the UK employment lawyer. Taking a refreshingly practical approach, this indispensable two-volume looseleaf, updated twice yearly, is the first major practitioner work in the UK to focus on European employment law.

  • Covers all procedural aspects of European law for the UK employment lawyer, including how to take a reference to the European Court of Justice, European law remedies, and how to raise a European law point in tribunal and High Court proceedings
  • Examines substantive European employment law topics, such as: Working conditions. Free movement of workers. Discrimination, equal pay, maternity and parental rights. Pensions. Dismissals and Transfers. Collective Redundancies. Worker Representation. European and National Works Councils and the European Company Statute.
  • Provides an analysis of conflict of law problems for the UK employment lawyer
  • Features an in-depth treatment of the Human Rights Act and Convention from an employment law perspective

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Subjects:
Looseleaf Work
Contents:
Volume 1: ;The European Law background. ;Working conditions.; Worker representation.; Equality and parental rights.; Dismissals and transfers. ;Human rights.; Conflict of laws. ;Free movement of workers.; Pensions. ;Volume 2: ;Materials.