The Evolving Restraint of Trade Doctrine: Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd. – David Cabrelli

Introduction Freedom is a beautiful thing. When exercised by a worker, it gives him/her the benefit of freedom of contract. It enables the worker to choose (or at least express his/her will in negotiating) the terms governing that contract. However, of equal, if not more, importance are the more frequently overlooked freedoms to contract and to quit a … Continue reading The Evolving Restraint of Trade Doctrine: Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd. – David Cabrelli

Philosophical Foundations of Labour Law Book Launch – Karon Monaghan

On Wednesday the 20th of February we launched the book Philosophical Foundations of Labour Law (Hugh Collins, Gillian Lester and Virginia Mantouvalou eds, OUP, 2018) at the Faculty of Laws, UCL. The event was introduced by Professor Dame Hazel Genn (former Dean, UCL Laws). The introductory remarks were followed by speeches by Professor Keith Ewing (KCL), Professor … Continue reading Philosophical Foundations of Labour Law Book Launch – Karon Monaghan