August 2011
People Management;Aug2011, p22
The article presents the views of legal experts on various issues in the human resources (HR) industry in Great Britain. Thomson, Snell & Passmore's Nick Hobden discussed the case of the "News of the World," which was closed down by "News International" due to the phone hacking scandal involving the newspaper. Wrigley's John McMullen talked about proper employer-employee relationship in the case McBride v. Falkirk Football & Athletic Club. Dechert's Charles Wynn-Evans examined the case Garside & Laylock v. Booth.


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