New light through old windows: restraint of trade in English, Scottish, and Australian employment laws (-) Emerging and enduring issues
Cabrelli, David, and Floyd, Louise (2010) New light through old windows: restraint of trade in English, Scottish, and Australian employment laws (-) Emerging and enduring issues. International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations, 26 (2). pp. 167-192.
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The nature of the study to be pursued in this article concerns the extent to which the common law systems of England and Australia contain principles or rules designed to impinge on an employer's freedom of contract or legitimate trading interests in order to promote the ability of an employee to trade, work freely, and enjoy the benefits of his/her labour and innovations. This will entail spelling out the principal elements of both the English and Australian concepts and outlining the differences between them in light of new problems that have emerged as a result of recent developments in economic and social conditions.
|Item Type:||Article (Refereed Research - C1)|
|Keywords:||comparative law; labour law|
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