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Court of Justice of the European Union rejects appeals from FIFA and UEFA

August 16, 2013

On the 18th July 2013 the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its decision on an appeal brought by FIFA and UEFA (the world and European football organisations) against the UK and Belgium. This was the final chapter in a saga dating back to 2007. The case concerned the restriction on the […]

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Licence to Bill: Private Investigators will need papers before offering you their services

August 15, 2013

Anyone acting as a private detective will now have to hold a licence or cease doing business. The news comes following a recent announcement by Home Secretary Theresa May and it is thought the new laws will come into effect in England and Wales in the autumn of 2014. In a statement the Home Office […]

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Employer Disability Coverage & ERISA Law: Governance and Restrictions

August 7, 2013

A US law blog on some important insurance issues facing employees. Employer provided long-term disability coverage is considered a company benefit. Employers are not required to provide this type of insurance. In fact, most employees who have this type of insurance purchase it outside of their company. For those who do have long term disability […]

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