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Hogan Lovells Co-Authors ICLG Employment and Labour Law Guide

12 April 2011

LONDON, 12 April 2011 - Hogan Lovells' employment practice has contributed to "The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Employment & Labour Law 2011", with David Harper and Jo Broadbent acting as contributing editors.

Hogan Lovells contributed six chapters to the Guide, with teams in Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands and the UK each writing a chapter. 

International Comparative Legal Guides (ICLG) are a series of cross-border legal reference books. Each book provides in-house counsel, government agencies, and private practice lawyers with a comprehensive worldwide legal analysis of laws and regulations in one practice area.

The Employment & Labour Law Guide 2011 covers the most important employment law issues in each jurisdiction, including rules relating to minimum employment terms and conditions, protection against discrimination, maternity and other family friendly entitlements, as well as employee rights on termination of employment.  Each chapter also deals with the employment implications of business sales, and how confidential information and other business interests can be protected when an employee leaves employment.

ICLG is a highly regarded publication and our contribution reflects our experience in advising employers on a wide variety of employment law challenges and the strength and reach of our international employment practice.

Please click here to see a copy of the Employment and Labour Law ICLG.

Click here for further information on the International Comparative Legal Guide series.

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