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Today's Rates & Market News

Published: 03 Aug 2021

Markets GDP The Pound extended on its recovery throughout last week across the board, with major GBP pairs testing key psychological levels. While the weakness in the greenback post-FOMC played a large part in the bounce for GBP/USD, bond spreads have also moved in favour for Cable. As was widely expected, the Fed meeting did little to rock the boat and largely stuck to the script, albeit with som...

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Athira Pharma Investor Alert: Goldman Scarlato & Penny Investor Rights Lawyers Evaluate Potential Individual, Non-Class Action Claims on Behalf of ATHA Investors

Athira Pharma Investor Alert: Goldman Scarlato & Penny Investor Rights Lawyers Evaluate Potential Individual, Non-Class Action Claims on Behalf of ATHA Investors

Published: 03 Aug 2021

The investor rights attorneys at Goldman Scarlato & Penny, PC law firm ("GSP") are evaluating potential claims for compensation on behalf of investors who purchased Athira Phrama (Nasdaq: ATHA) shares either in its initial public offering (“IPO”) or its private placements and suffered losses. The GSP attorneys plan to primarily seek compensation for Athira investors individually, rat...

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Today's Rates & Market News

Today's Rates & Market News

Published: 02 Aug 2021

Markets GDP GBP/USD is attempting to rebound towards 1.40 after Friday’s session brought the pair below 1.39 after an impressive rally the days before. The Bank of England is likely to be a head-turner later this week as markets are now positioning themselves for a more hawkish meeting, suggesting even a split vote to keep monetary policy unchanged. Given how an actual change is unlikely, investor...

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Italian Employees and Green Certification. Better to Summarise

Italian Employees and Green Certification. Better to Summarise

Published: 02 Aug 2021

Can the Italian employer request the green pass from employees? Better to summarise the current heterogeneous and unclear scenario. First of all, there is a guideline onvaccination. Thecompetent doctoris the key person, the only one entitled to process the health data of the workers and to verify their suitability for the specific job (Privacy Guarantor June 13, 2021; Legislative Decree no. 81/200...

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WHEN IS THE RIGHT TIME TO INCORPORATE?

WHEN IS THE RIGHT TIME TO INCORPORATE?

Published: 02 Aug 2021

Have you been thinking about starting a business or incorporating a business or an existing sole proprietorship? If so, you might be wondering what’s the best time to incorporate. Should you try to squeeze it in before the end of the year or wait until next year? Below are three tips for determining when is the best time to incorporate your business: LIABILITY CONCERNS: If your business is involve...

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WRC award overturned by Labour Court – Held Resignation Did Not Amount to Constructive Dismissal

WRC award overturned by Labour Court – Held Resignation Did Not Amount to Constructive Dismissal

Published: 30 Jul 2021

In the recent decision ofLeigh Bell v Cope Limited t/a Cope Galway, UDD2145the Complainant had been awarded €8,400 in compensation for her constructive dismissal by the Respondent. On appeal to the Labour Court this decision was overturned, and the Court concluded that the Complainant was not unfairly dismissed. Read the full article here.

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Complainant Fails in Unfair Dismissal Claim For Having Availed of Force Majeure Leave

Complainant Fails in Unfair Dismissal Claim For Having Availed of Force Majeure Leave

Published: 30 Jul 2021

In the recent WRC case ofCaroline Giles v Outhaus Group Country Manor Bricks, ADJ-00027631, the Complainant brought a claim under the Unfair Dismissals Act alleging that she was dismissed due to her availing offorce majeureleave under the Parental Leave Act. The Adjudication Officer determined that the Complainant’s three day absence following her child’s sudden hospitalisation did not constitutef...

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High Court Grants Injunction To Employee Owing To Employer’s “Predetermination” Of Investigation

High Court Grants Injunction To Employee Owing To Employer’s “Predetermination” Of Investigation

Published: 30 Jul 2021

Rory Mason -v- ILTB Limited T/A Gillen Markets and Dermot Browne [2021] IEHC 477. The Plaintiff, Mr Rory Mason, made an application for an interlocutory injunction to restrain his employer, ILTB Limited (“the First Named Defendant/Company”), from terminating his employment. The Second Defendant is a Director of the Company and closely connected to the case. Read the full article here.

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