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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.

New minimum sound requirements for hybrid vehicles

The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is proposing that hybrid and electric vehicles meet minimum sound standards in order to help make all pedestrians more aware of the approaching vehicles.

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Virtual employees risk burnout

Recent survey results have revealed that mobile technologies are transforming the workplace and are helping to lift productivity and efficiency.

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Jobs market picks up pace for 2013

Confidence has returned to the UK jobs market, as over a third of workers (39%) set their sights on new roles for 2013 and job opportunities continue to rise year-on-year. This is according to a new report which canvassed the attitudes of 1,500 employers and employees.

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Compensation for snowball injury

A teacher in Germany has been successful in his court bid to have an eye injury received during a snowball fight with pupils classed as a work injury, reports France24.

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Investigation into the rise in underemployment

One impact of the recession has been the increase in people taking on part time jobs or work that does not utilise all the skills they have. What is known as ‘underemployment’ is not well understood.

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