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Mannheimer Swartling
A company (the "Company") had been undertaking real estate development projects and its subsidiary (the "Subsidiary") had been contracted to perform building operations in relation to these development projects.
Mannheimer Swartling
An employer denied an employee, who was on annual leave, the right to deduct four days of the annual leave when the employee’s child had been sick and the employee was entitled to leave with temporary parental allowance pursuant to the Parental Leave Act.
Mannheimer Swartling
The Ministry of Employment is proposing a new Act on European Works Councils which will replace the current act from 6 June 2011.
Mannheimer Swartling
A company (the "Company") which conducted a cleaning operation had, since the cleaning assignments had decreased, been affected by shortage of work which resulted in four employees being made redundant.
Mannheimer Swartling
An IT-consulting company (the "Company") claimed at the District Court that the Court should prohibit a former employee (the "Employee") from running a certain business with a conditional fine and also claimed (i) damages due to breach of the non-compete obligation that the Employee had entered into in connection with the signing of the employment contract, and (ii) damages due to breach of the Protection of Trade Secrets Act.
Mannheimer Swartling
Two Muslim women, who wore head cloths, were employed as temporary receptionists at a non-profit sports club (the "Sports Club").
Bird & Bird
Amendments have been made to the Foreign Posting Employees Act and to the Employment (Co-Determination in the Workplace) Act following the European Court of Justice ruling in the "Laval" case (C-341/05).
Eversheds
The unfair treatment of an employee who is on parental leave is prohibited under the Parental Leave Act ('the Act'). This prohibition includes unfair treatment relating to pay and other employment terms for reasons connected with parental leave.
Advokatfirman Hamilton & Co
The current Swedish right of priority legislation, which is set forth in the Right of Priority Act (SFS 1970:979) was amended on 1 January 2004. The new legislation has been preceded by considerable disunion in the Swedish Parliament with several controversial questions being raised. So what are the reasons for changing the legislation?
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