The proposed Directive is up for final approval on April 13th and will bring the EU closer to the United States with regard to trade secrets.
The government proposed that the Provident Fund tax benefit be reduced on April 1 so that only 40% of funds withdrawn would be tax-free. The government, however, has changed its position, and the Provident Fund will continue unchanged for now.
South African courts determined that the garden leave period should be considered when determining the total period of a non-compete agreement.
The UK Supreme Court has overturned the lower courts' decision regarding an employer's liability for the actions of their employees. The decision could increase the risk of claims, especially against retail-sector employers.
On March 10, the Chinese State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) and the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MITT) issued the Online Publishing Service Administrative Rules. Here's what the rules mean for businesses.