Whistleblowing: the new law

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Sweet & Maxwell, 1999 - Law - 283 pages
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This title examines an important area of employment law which has been greatly altered by recent legislation, with widespread implications for all employers and employees. It discusses the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 and the proposals for a Freedom of Information Act, along with the impact these changes will have on the rights and duties of employees to disclose wrongdoing.* Up-to-date perspective on an interesting and potentially difficult area* Full discussion of the Public Interest Disclosure Act and its implications for employers and employees

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Contents

BBC 1998 3 All E R 552 1998 E M L R 846 704
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Restrictive Trade Practices
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Western Feature Film Company 1916 1 Ch 261 809
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Copyright

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