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Published: 22 May 2018

560 Pages

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9780198783978

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A new practitioner law publication

Employment Law and Human Rights

Third Edition

Robin Allen QC, Rachel Crasnow QC, Anna Beale, Claire McCann, and Rachel Barrett

  • A leading authority in the field of employment law and human rights
  • Written by a renowned author team, comprising some of the UK's most influential barristers in this area
  • Provides a comprehensive and systematic survey of the Convention rights that apply to employment cases and issues that frequently arise in practice
  • Intuitively structured, charting the development of the law from the ECHR through to the HRA 1998 and beyond with analysis of the potential consequences for employment law and human rights of BREXIT and a possible repeal of the HRA 1998 and a UK 'Bill of Rights'
  • Includes 'Frequently Asked Questions' sections to ensure quick access to key information and summaries

New to this Edition:

  • Updates practitioners about the continuing development of the HRA 1998, the relevant provisions of the International Labour Organisation, European Law (including the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights), and UN law and their impact on employment law
  • Details all relevant legal developments, including ECHR and domestic case law encompassing same sex marriage
  • Includes analysis on the complex regulatory framework surrounding privacy at work, data protection and internet access, and the various surveillance regulations, all considered in the light of the UK's obligations under the Convention and EU human rights law
  • Includes source material from the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union which will remain relevant whatever happens on BREXIT for the immediate future

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