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Sean Nesbitt

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Torsten Braner, LL.M.

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Dr. Anne Förster

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Marc André Gimmy

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Dr. Christian Maron

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Prof. Dr. Michael Johannes Pils

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Brigitte Sammer, LL.M.

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Sean Nesbitt

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Torsten Braner, LL.M.

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Dr. Anne Förster

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Marc André Gimmy

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Bart Hunnekens

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Dr. Christian Maron

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Radovan Pala, Ph.D., LL.M.

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Prof. Dr. Michael Johannes Pils

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Brigitte Sammer, LL.M.

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24 April 2019

International Law at Work - April 2019

Welcome to the April 2019 edition of International Law at Work. This edition explores trends in the changing world of modern work and developments in the gig economy. In particular, we look at recent cases which have considered the status of 'workers' in the different jurisdictions in which Taylor Wessing operates. We do hope you will find the content of this newsletter useful and encourage you to contact us should you have questions on the topics we deal with in this edition or any other matter.

 

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