Legal News: October 2013

Legal News: October 2013

Crash Landing! French courts rule Ryanair and CityJet broke labour laws

Maître Richard Ryde, an English national practising at the Paris Bar examines the recent judgment by the Tribunal Correctionnel (a first instance criminal court) of Aix-en-Provence, which found Ryanair guilty of breaching French labour laws and the judgment of the Paris Court of Appeal which confirmed a similar first instance judgment made in 2012 against CityJet.

Read more.

HMRC to get tougher on tobacco smuggling and duty evasion

David Anderson, a partner in PwC Legal LLP and leader of the indirect tax litigation team, discusses the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report on tobacco smuggling and customs duty evasion, advising that tobacco manufacturers can expect HM Revenue & Customs(HMRC) to increase its activity in combatting fraud.

Read more.

Could new EU rules on bankers' pay undermine stability in the banking sector?

The UK government is challenging the rules on pay in the banking sector in the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) stating they are not fit for purpose and will undermine stability in the banking system. Kennedy Masterton-Smith of Norton Rose Fulb

Subscription Form

Related Articles:
Latest Articles:

Already a subscriber? Login
RELX (UK) Limited, trading as LexisNexis, and our LexisNexis Legal & Professional group companies will contact you to confirm your email address. You can manage your communication preferences via our Preference Centre. You can learn more about how we handle your personal data and your rights by reviewing our  Privacy Policy.

Access this article and thousands of others like it free by subscribing to our blog.

Read full article

Already a subscriber? Login