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Demystifying e-discovery: the art of the possible


Given the growth in the amount of data businesses create and store, it’s a good point in time to determine how companies and law firms are working with eDiscovery and computer forensics.

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Smart Work in Italy: flexible working download subscription

Lexellent 29-Jun-2015 | Updated: 30-Jun-2015

One year ago, a new proposed law on Smart Work in Italy – with the aim of promoting more flexible and simplified forms of teleworking – was presented to the Italian Chamber of Deputies. 

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Spring Law merges with employment firm Ferguson Solicitors

1-Jul-2015 | By Rachel Moloney

West End firm Spring Law has acquired London employment boutique Ferguson Solicitors, giving it a combined turnover of £5m.


Osborne Clarke joins host of firms offering enhanced shared parental leave provisions

17-Jun-2015 | By Rachel Moloney

Osborne Clarke has joined firms including Addleshaw Goddard, Linklaters and Slaughter and May in offering an enhanced shared parental leave (SPL) scheme for its employees. 


Former Pinsents senior partner Mullen co-launches pension boutique

12-Jun-2015 | By Jonathon Manning

Former Pinsent Masons senior partner Chris Mullen and former Mayer Brown partner Anna Rogers have opened a new pension boutique, trading as ARC Pensions Law.

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Employment Opinion

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Why a lawyer will never win The Apprentice


The latest series The Apprentice caused the usual controversy - with limited success for the legal candidates.


Is the profession ready for role reversals?


Male lawyers should consider embarking on a new parental journey.

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Auto-enrolment for LLPs: not all plain sailing


When it comes to LLPs, all is still not clear over auto-enrolment.

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