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23 June - Lisa Parsons

The resumption of the usual methods of conducting manual right to work checks was due to resume on 21 June 2021. However, the Covid Concession for right to work checks... Read More

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23 June - Menna Chmielewski

Changing the terms and conditions of employment can be problematic for employers but contractual variations have become increasingly prevalent as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The controversial use of... Read More

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21 June - Kath Shimmin

We live, as the Chinese curse says, in "interesting times" but I relish the challenge and opportunities that they bring for me, the firm and our wider community. We now... Read More

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18 June - Nicola Rochon

The deadline to file a comparable UK trade mark application based on an EU Trade Marks (EUTMs) registration is now approaching. Unlike the owners of registered EUTMs, holders of EUTM... Read More

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14 June - Ben Evans

Unless you were sleeping in a cocoon you can't have missed the media storm surrounding the recent battle of the caterpillar cakes: Colin v Cuthbert: Marks and Spencer v Aldi:... Read More

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14 June - Laura Sherratt

The charity sector has welcomed the changes to charity law announced in the Queen's Speech last month, which introduced the Charities Bill. These changes, once effected, will not change the... Read More

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14 June - Danielle Collett-Bruce

Zoë Roth, better known by the internet as "Disaster Girl", has sold the original copy of her meme as an NFT (non-fungible token) for $500,000. This poses the question of... Read More

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10 June - Felicity Rowan

The FCA is placing increasing focus on arrangements where a firm has some responsibility for a third party's actions. These types of arrangements take various forms (some key examples are... Read More

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10 June - Katherine Tan

Under the Bank Resolution and Recovery Directive (EU Directive 2014/59) (BRRD), where an EEA regulated institution enters into a financial contract governed by the law of a non EEA state,... Read More

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9 June - Helena Rosenstein

In this article published in People Management, Senior Solicitor in the Employment team Helena Rosenstein explores how to handle holiday requests where leave may be carried over into the next... Read More

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8 June - Laura Bennett

The Secretary of State for Justice has announced today (8 June 2021) that the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 will be come into force on 6 April 2022. This... Read More

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7 June - Kath Shimmin

On the 5 March 2021 the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published a statement announcing the dates of the future cessation or loss of representativeness of all 35 LIBOR settings currently... Read More