Number of employment law cases ‘is increasing’

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Posted 10/07/2012

Employment law cases are on the rise as a result of regulations from the government.According to a report by the Lawyer, solicitors specialising in this part of the industry are busier than ever as a result of amendments to legislation made by the coalition in the last two years.It explained that since the government began “tightening the tap” on immigration a few months ago, employment law cases have been on the rise all over the country.Bodies such as financial institutions, insurance companies, health bodies and public sector organisations are among those seeking advice from law experts on their rights and responsibilities in the wake of the changes made by the government since it came to power in May 2009.North Norfolk MP Norman Lamb, speaking at the recent opening of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development conference, argued human resources departments have a key role to play in employment law in the future, reported People Management.Posted by Hywel Griffiths


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