Well almost, unless you’ve had yours early. Office Christmas parties often take place either in work time or during a normal working week, but what many people tend to forget is that the office Christmas party is now considered as work time, so employers will be responsible for the actions of their employees. 527 more words
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The fatal train crash in New York on Sunday remains under investigation. But what does it have to do with information?
I am reminded of an old (1932) Learned Hand (well-known, respected judge on the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals) opinion about coal barges off the coast of Delaware. 252 more words
The Supreme Court ruled recently on this subject in a landmark case overturning The Court of Appeal. The found that Schools duty of care towards their pupils cannot be delegated to a third party when that third party performs a function that the school would normally perform. 518 more words
Personal injury solicitors Manchester have been paying close attention to a recent High Court case that could have changed personal injury law in the UK. 348 more words
Hospitality Law Insider: "Duty Of Care" That Businesses Owe To Mobile Employees From Stephen Barth Of HospitalityLawyer.com (Video)
In the second episode of Hospitality Law Insider, Stephen Barth covers some essential items to consider when adapting your travel risk plan to meet duty of care obligations. 14 more words