November 2016 Archive

Government suggestions to reform corporate governance

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The widely-trailed consultation on how to reform corporate governance, including for privately-owned companies, was released today. More …

Employers could be missing out on talented tattooed staff

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Employers' concerns about tattoos and piercings could mean they turn down suitable job candidates, leading law firm Blake Morgan has warned. More …

Oxford Lawyers fight against injustice of poverty

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Staff at leading Oxford law firm Blake Morgan have joined Lawyers Against Poverty, a groundbreaking scheme that aims to fight against social injustice. More …

National law firm urges employers to act now to close gender pay gap

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Employers are being urged to take seriously their responsibilities to close the gender pay gap. More …

Professional Regulatory Press Releases October 2016

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Key press releases include those from the: HCPC; GDC; GPhC and GMC. More …

Blake Morgan praised as go-to firm in Wales

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Blake Morgan’s leading teams and most respected individuals have given a resounding show of strength in Chambers and Partners – the authoritative guide to the legal profession in the UK – with the Cardiff firm being described as a ‘formidable practice’ and the ‘go to firm in Wales’. More …

Blake Morgan praised as Thames Valley leaders in legal directory

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Blake Morgan’s leading teams and most respected individuals in the Thames Valley have given a resounding show of strength in Chambers and Partners - the authoritative guide to the legal profession in the UK. More …

South Coast lawyers praised by legal directory

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Blake Morgan’s leading teams and most respected individuals in Portsmouth and Southampton have given a resounding show of strength in Chambers and Partners - the authoritative guide to the legal profession in the UK. More …

Blake Morgan completes on £24 million hotel deal

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Dalata Hotels has acquired one of Cardiff's leading hotels in a £24million deal. More …

Restricted access to single market is biggest 'Brexit concern' for Welsh businesses, says leading politician

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Unrestricted access to the single market is the most important demand on government by Welsh businesses, according to the findings of a roundtable debate led by the Welsh Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure Ken Skates , hosted by Blake Morgan at their offices in One Central Square Cardiff. More …