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  • Employment - Governing law and jurisdiction clause
    Governing law and jurisdiction clauseOur clause says that the contract is governed by the laws of England and Wales and the courts of England and Wales have jurisdiction to settle disputes. Whilst you can select the governing law, you can't contract out of "mandatory rules". There's also little benefit in having a jurisdiction clause because you can't generally enforce it.What's the difference?Governing law and jurisdiction are two different matters. A governing law clause states what country's laws are to apply...
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  • Employment - Secondment agreement
    Secondment agreement This agreement is intended to be used where an agreement is reached between an employer, employee and a third party that the employee will work for that third party under contract while continuing in the employment of their original employer. If the employer or the secondee company are part of a group of companies, consideration should be given to the secondee's involvement with other group companies and the implications for the drafting of the agreement. Make sure that your definitions...
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