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Get ‘pensions ready’ this summer: part one – employer and trustee duties download subscription

Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co 4-Aug-2015

Employer and trustee duties in relation to pensions and The Pensions Regulator.

CI Employment law updater, July: population control; and more download subscription

Carey Olsen 3-Aug-2015

Also: discrimination; flexible working; and more.

Mind the gender pay gap download subscription

Gateley Plc 29-Jul-2015

Last month, prime minister David Cameron set out his intention to ‘end the gender pay gap in a generation’, launching a consultation on 14 July.

A brief introduction to UK immigration options download subscription

Collyer Bristow 21-Jul-2015

Requirements for those who wish to live, work, study in or visit the UK. 

Competition and Markets Authority finds energy market curbs competition download

Shoosmiths 13-Jul-2015

 Competition and Markets Authority consults on energy market reforms.

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Italy: can a concordato plan be amended by creditors after approval? download subscription

NCTM 4-Aug-2015

No amendment to plan can now be made by debtor after voting.

Italy: new rules on contracts and bankruptcy download subscription

NCTM 4-Aug-2015

Other party to contract must always be heard on petition filed by the debtor, and other changes.

How to surf the email tsunami: eight top tips download subscription

Gateley Plc 4-Aug-2015

Turn the tide and make email work for you.

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Corporate Briefings

Italy: are investment funds eligible for concordato preventivo in insolvencies? download subscription

NCTM 4-Aug-2015

The available remedies.

Italy: can a concordato plan be amended by creditors after approval? download subscription

NCTM 4-Aug-2015

No amendment to plan can now be made by debtor after voting.

Italy: new rules on contracts and bankruptcy download subscription

NCTM 4-Aug-2015

Other party to contract must always be heard on petition filed by the debtor, and other changes.

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Litigation Briefings

Italy: new rules on contracts and bankruptcy download subscription

NCTM 4-Aug-2015

Other party to contract must always be heard on petition filed by the debtor, and other changes.

Construction: first things first download subscription

Gateley Plc 4-Aug-2015

The Court of Appeal have ordered payment by a developer of a fee agreed after the work was carried out, notwithstanding that there was no agreement to fees when the services began.

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Banking and finance Briefings

Italy: are investment funds eligible for concordato preventivo in insolvencies? download subscription

NCTM 4-Aug-2015

The available remedies.

Italy: can a concordato plan be amended by creditors after approval? download subscription

NCTM 4-Aug-2015

No amendment to plan can now be made by debtor after voting.

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    A knotty problem with an invasive weed to the boxing match of the decade.

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    The Lawyer roundtable: How innovation can make firms better and faster

    Some firms and in-house legal teams have used the resources squeeze of recent years as a chance to redesign their systems for efficiency, using process control methods borrowed from business.

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    This week’s top briefings writers from TheLawyer.com deal with issues relevant to in-house counsel, including a checklist for oral agreements, changes to the training regime and why digital investment is a priority for businesses.

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    Business Leadership Guide: meet the pace-setters

    Clear trends have emerged from this year’s Business Leadership survey. In-house legal teams confirm they are under increasing pressure to deliver more for less but the drive to embrace innovation remains elusive.

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    Our specialist panel discusses the key issues in risk management, including how it can be used by firms to gain a competitive edge, and the biggest risk-related challenges currently facing firms and clients

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    Salary Survey: In-house

    Precisely one-quarter of respondents to the survey work in-house – an area that is an increasingly popular and well-regarded career choice among lawyers.

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    Overall, less than half – 46.2 per cent – of all respondents to the survey received a bonus last year. This overall figure was skewed by in-house respondents, however, who were far more likely to get one.

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    Despite dissatisfaction with pay among many, the vast majority of lawyers – 93.4 per cent – are happy in their current practice area, and relatively few want to leave the profession.



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