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UK Tribunal Allows Expatriate to Bring Claims in the UK

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In Jeffrey v. The British Council 2016, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) ruled that an employee who had an “exceptional degree of connection” with the United Kingdom could bring claims in the UK even though he had been working outside of the UK for over 20 years. This provides an important exception to the general… Continue Reading

Beware: When Sending Employees to the US: Business Visitors under Scrutiny

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This article is also authored by Valarie H. McPherson Infosys to pay $34 million as part of settlement with US government for inappropriate use of the B-1 visa It has never been clear what activities are permitted while traveling to the US as a Business Visitor within the B-1 visa classification.  However, Infosys Corporation (“Infosys”)… Continue Reading

European Cross Border Employment Contracts: Which Law Applies?

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According to the Rome Convention of June 19, 1980 (applicable for employment contracts entered into with until December 16th, 2009) as well as the European Regulation 593/2008 (for employment agreements concluded afterward), if the contract sets out which law applies, the law chosen by the parties regulates the employment relationship except if it has for… Continue Reading