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NEW EDITION OF BLACKSTONE’S EMPLOYMENT LAW PRACTICE 2017 AVAILABLE THIS WEEK

Blackstone’s Employment Law Practice 2017 Ninth Edition.
Edited by Gavin Mansfield QC, Lydia Banerjee, Damian Brown QC, Simon Forshaw, Anthony Korn, Eleena Misra, David Reade QC, and Catherine Taylor.
Consultant Editor John Bowers QC.

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Blackstone’s Employment Law Practice 2017 is the only text to provide everything you need for bringing, defending, and appealing employment cases in one single, portable volume, providing an unbeatable combination of clear commentary and key legislation. Drawing together comprehensive coverage of practice and procedure in the Employment Tribunals, Employment Appeal Tribunal, and Central Arbitration Committee, Blackstone’s Employment Law Practice 2017 is an essential purchase for all employment practitioners.

This new edition offers up-to-date guidance on the latest developments in substantive law, practice, and procedure in the employment tribunal and civil courts. An eminent team of expert authors share consummate experience of every aspect of employment law and practice to offer up-to-date advice and commentary on the latest developments in substantive law and procedure.

Claim your 20% discount by quoting promotional code ALFLY5F and only pay £68.00*

 

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Posted: 06.04.2017 at 09:47
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