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The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has heard its first cases concerning religious discrimination and given two landmark rulings.
With the current publicity over the rating revaluation coming in next month alongside proposed changes to the appeals process, today’s Supreme Court decision will come as a relief to embattled ratepayers.
The case of Dunn Motor Traction LTD (C) v National Express LTD (D)  EWHC 228 (Comm) QBD (Comm) has decided that an indemnity from the claimant’s shareholder (shareholder) does not give the same protection as after the event insurance (ATE) when deciding whether to grant an order for security of costs.
Yesterday the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy named 359 UK businesses which have failed to pay the National Minimum Wage (NMW) or the National Living Wage (NLW).
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