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Employment Law Lawyer in London, has matured in different kind of firms a particular expertise in complex tasks related to the matter, including the Transfer of Company, corporate restructuring, the relationship with the executives, stock option contracts , the resolution of labour relations, the defence of the Industrial and Intellectual Property, Competition, the Due Diligence.
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Destruction of Aircraft or Motor Vehicles Used in Foreign Commerce
The law firm assists the customer in every decision making moment for all needs related to Labour Law: Preliminary analysis of the situation and the implications for the company, in terms of legal, economic and organizational, with an early case assessment, evaluation of available alternatives quantifying the risk, proposal for one or more solutions, supporting and advising the Company in the decision, Investigation of the cases submitted, always with an eye to any procedural requirements before the Judge of the work of stage management in the court, Customer Service in proceedings before the Courts of Labour (Court, Court of Appeals).
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The European Union has laid down minimum standards on the rights of workers and work organization. These requirements address, among other redundancies, consultation and information of workers, working time, equal treatment and compensation, and posted workers.
The notion of corporate social responsibility calls on them to adopt voluntary good practice to follow, not only to fulfil the national collective agreements and business contracts, but also to define a set of rules, operational rules and procedures governing the corporate life.
The right to organize is the set of rules, statutory or contractual provisions governing the organization and collective self (unions) of the professional groups (workers and employers) and the tools of their action (trade union activity and collective bargaining, participation, collective labour dispute), finding a direct link between the source (international, Community law) and the individual relationship of employment ... ".