Industrial Law Journal

Journal

Industrial Law Journal provides comment and in-depth analysis on a wide range of topics relating to employment law. It is useful reading for practising lawyers, academics and lay industrial relations experts to keep abreast of newly enacted legislation and proposals for law reform. The Industrial Law Journal also carries commentary on relevant government publications and reviews of books relating to labour law.

Online ISSN: 1464-3669
Print ISSN: 0305-9332

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Volume 48, Issue 2, 1 June 2019

Citation: Ind Law J (2019) 48 (2): 1

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Articles
Young Workers and Age Discrimination: Tensions and Conflicts
'Wage', 'Salary' and 'Remuneration': A Genealogical Exploration of Juridical Terms and their Significance for the Employer's Power to Make Deductions from Wages
A Union Default: A Policy to Raise Union Membership, Promote the Freedom to Associate, Protect the Freedom not to Associate and Progress Union Representation
Can Workers' Rights Ever Catch up? The Erzberger Case and EU Cross-border Reality
On the Lack of Legal Reasoning in Case C-308/14, European Commission v United Kingdom
The Legal, Moral and Business Implications of Domestic Abuse and its Impact in the Workplace
From Mini to Maxi Jobs? Low Pay, 'Progression', and the Duty to Work (Harder)
Uber, the Taylor Review, Mutuality and the Duty Not to Misrepresent Employment Status
Beyond Victimhood and Beyond Employment? Exploring Avenues for Labour Law to Empower Women Trafficked into the Sex Industry
Commentary
Recent Legislation
Transfer of Undertakings: The Purposive Approach
Strikes and Core Labour Standards in Norway and in the EU/EEA

Case Notes
Lee v Ashers Baking and its Ramifications for Employment Law
One Small Step Towards Decent Work: Uber v Aslam in the Court of Appeal
IWGB v RooFoods: Status, Rights and Substitution

Reviews
Book Reviews: The Contract of Employment

Contributors

A K Asmal Editorial committee member
B A Hepple Editorial committee member
B Hooberman Editorial committee member
Barry Fitzpatrick Editorial committee member
Christopher Docksey Editorial committee member
Claire Kilpatrick Editorial committee member
D B Lewis Editorial committee member
David Cockburn Editorial committee member
Gillian Morris Editorial committee member
Gwyneth Pitt Editorial committee member
H G Collins Editorial committee member
J A Scouller Editorial committee member
Jennifer Eady Editorial committee member
Jeremy McMullen Editorial committee member
Keith Ewing Editorial committee member
Linda Dickens Editorial committee member
Lord Wedderburn of Charlton Editorial committee member
M R Freeland Editorial committee member
Melanie Tether Editorial committee member
Michael Rubenstein Editorial committee member
Patrick Elias Editorial committee member
Paul O'Higgins Editorial committee member
Professor Paul L Davies , London School of Economics & Political Science Editor
R W Rideout Editorial committee member
Richard Lewis Editorial committee member
Rosemary Jeffreys Editorial committee member
S D Anderman Editorial committee member
Simon Deakin Editorial committee member
Stephen Levinson Editorial committee member
William Brown Editorial committee member