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Cullen - The Employment Law Firm is a specialist employment law firm with a wide range of employer and employee clients. We have acted for employer clients from both the public and private sectors, and for individual employees.
7 December 2016
In Iceland, women have symbolically stopped working at 2:38 pm, the time during a standard 8 hour day at which Icelandic women say they begin to work for free because of pay inequality. In France, women, along with many men, stopped work to protest at 4:34 pm on 7 November, as for the rest of the year women say they are volunteers.
Our newly appointed Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy recently chaired the Joint Working Group on Pay Equity Principles. More ...
23 November 2016
Many people, particularly minorities and women, may feel under attack following recent world events.
United States President-elect Donald Trump has recently shown onlookers that repeated sexist comments will not preclude an individual from taking the Oval Office. More ...
16 November 2016
We are pleased to welcome back Senior Associate Sarah Cates who has returned from sabbatical in Colombia, South America.
Sarah spent a year accompanying local human rights advocates and lawyers and carrying out international observation of the human rights situation in Colombia for Peace Brigades International. She has written two articles about her work for Law Talk, in August 2015 and August 2016.
Sarah pictured talking to a human rights advocate and member of AHERAMIGUA, an organisation accompanied by Peace Brigades International
9 November 2016
Worldwide the ride-sharing company Uber seems to be getting caught up in wide ranging legal battles, from transport regulations to employment law.
The New Zealand Transport Agency has gone to war with Uber in New Zealand.
It says Uber allows its drivers to operate without the requisite passenger endorsement on their license.
Numerous infringement notices have been issued. Drivers face potential fines of $10,000 for operating without the endorsement in question. More ...