November 2010
People Management;11/25/2010, p31
A list of topics featured in the November 25, 2010 issue of the magazine "People Management" is presented including Lewis Silkin LLP partner and joint head of the employment and incentives department James Davies, default retirement age (DRA), and the Employment Lawyers Association.


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