Employment law barrister Thomas O'Donohoe examines the impact of the general election's result on employment cases
20th June 2017
In the wake of the snap general election's result, employment law barrister Thomas O'Donohoe examines how employment cases may be affected.
To read Thomas' analysis, click here.
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