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Jamie Meechan There can be little doubt that Brexit, Donald Trump and Love Island stole the headlines in 2017 but it was also a busy year for employers. So as the year draws to a close, and we all look forward to Christmas, now is a good time to reflect on what we learnt in 2017, writes Jamie Meecha

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Hazel Coutts Hazel Coutts looks at a case in which the Court of Session refused a motion for interim interdict, leaving an employee free to pursue business in competition with his former employer despite the existence of restrictive covenants.

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Earlier this year, David Flint (pictured right) and Rebecca Ferguson discussed the ECJ overturning the General Court and Commission decision in Intel that clarified how rebates are to be treated in competition law. In another setback for the Commission, the EU General Court has annulled, in part, a

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David Hoey David Hoey looks at the Court of Justice of the European Union's decision in a case on holiday pay for miscategorised employees, with very serious implications for employers.

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Professor Conor Gearty In an article first published on the LSE Brexit blog, Professor Conor Gearty scrutinises the notion of “a happy Brexit” and outlines ways in which the EU Withdrawal Bill will constitute a large transfer of power to the executive branch and may lead to the restriction of ci

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