Category Archives: case law

USA v Nolan: Why America must be kicking itself

SCENE: INTERIOR USA COMMAND BUNKER Dozens of generals and CIA types sit around a huge table. Uniformed flunkies are busying themselves in the background, carrying messages, whispering in the ears of the great men who have gathered to meet the … Continue reading

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A Gratuitous Top Ten List

Well look, it’s the end of the year (pretty much) and it makes sense to look back on the employment law events of 2012. I’m planning a bit of a rant about how the Beecroft report and the internal politics … Continue reading

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