The Employment Contract: Legal Principles, Drafting, and Interpretation provides a detailed analysis of the content of the employment contract. It explains the way in which the general principles of contract law operate in respect of the employment contract, discusses the significance of implied terms in interpreting the employment contract, and includes guidance on the drafting of effective employment contracts. Offering a balance between a reliable guide to the current law and an analysis of how the employment contract might develop, the book will be of equal interest to the practitioner and the academic.
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(242mm x 162mm x 19mm)
Oxford University Press
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Author Biography - Douglas Brodie
Dr Douglas Brodie is currently Reader in Law at Edinburgh University, and his main research areas are in the area of labour law, including employment contracts, collective agreements, strike law, and the history of labour law in the United Kingdom. Dr Brodie also works as a consultant to a leading Edinburgh law firm: Simpson and Marwick.