What law or legislation covers employees during first contract negotiations?
The UNAM¨s own legislation for its employees
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An RD petition may be filed anywhere between 90 and 60 days of the contract's expiration. It's best to file comfortably in the middle of this range in order to fulfil the "pos…tmark requirement." . Since contract negotiations may occur over any length of time before (or after) the contract expires, the answer to you question is maybe, maybe not. As long as the RD petition is filed in the time window described above, it is valid. (MORE)
egislative requirements refer to the laws that you operate under when you begin work in a legal office. For example, everything you hear and do at the legal practice is govern…ed by legislation which includes the Privacy Act and Codes of Practice. You must abide by these laws and keep all your work confidential and secure. Another example is the management of clients' money that is entrusted to the practice. These requirements are generally documented in a firm's policies and procedures manual. However, if the organisation does not have a manual, you will be told about the various requirements and what they mean in your work. Some of the regulations may not specifically apply to you, as in the case of a client's trust account, but it is important that you understand the rules under which the legal practice operates. (MORE)
Yes. Federal law, state law and even municipal law prevail over negotiated contracts. A contract that requires one party to violate the law (e.g. a contract for an assassin…ation), or relies on a concept invalidated by law (e.g. a contract for the sale of a slave) is unenforceable. Any law suit for breach of such a contract would be dismissed as soon as the violation of the applicable law was demonstrated. This is common to all jurisdictions based on British common law. (MORE)