LEI’s Employment law Practice Group recently met to discuss the ramifications within EU member countries of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force across the European Union…
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LEI was founded as a network of law firms practising in cross border transactions in order to provide its members with skilled and experience colleagues in other jurisdictions to which their clients could be referred with total confidence.
That was nearly 25 years ago, and in the intervening years the member firms of LEI have got to know each other extremely well, and are accustomed to working together for their mutual clients.
The Employment Law Practice Group has now established a website which is intended to assist the network’s corporate clients when they are obliged to compare the employment law legislation of different countries. The information is presented in an easily accessible format, and we believe will be extremely useful.
The member firms of LEI will continue to develop the website, updating it with articles relevant to the needs of their international clients. When they need specialist advice, those clients can readily contact lawyers practising in the field of employment law in each of the countries in which LEI is represented.
I warmly commend the website to all those clients who require such advice.
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