The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act was introduced with the aim to cut the costs of doing business in Britain and increase consumer and business confidence whilst helping to create jobs in the private sector.
Section 69 of the Act, which is now in force with the result employees only being able to seek compensation when an employer is shown as being at fault or negligent.
This course, delivered by barrister James Bentley, will provide viewers with an overview of the background to the reform and why it was needed. In addition, the changes brought about by the Act, and the impact which these changes have had in a wider context, such as the affect on EU Law, will also be considered.
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