Latest Briefings

Are you ready for the immigration shake-up?

With COVID-19 continuing to dominate the headlines, it is perhaps easy to forget that the UK’s Brexit transition period is due to end on 31 December 2020. This will bring about the biggest change to UK immigration laws in recent memory and will have a direct impact on how employers recruit overseas staff. EU Settlement […]

Client Advisory: US Government Ramps Up Actions to Combat Forced Labor

The US executive and legislative branches are ratcheting up pressure on companies to address forced labor in their supply chains. The US Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) has in recent months announced a series of Withhold Release Orders (WROs) and a Finding following investigations into forced labor. Additionally, the US […]

The Cayman Islands administrative fines regime & investment funds

CIMA now has the ability to issue administrative fines for breaches committed by entities or individuals of prescribed provisions of laws, regulations and rules regulated by CIMA. On 26 June 2020, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority’s (“CIMA”) powers to impose administrative fines were extended by the enactment of the Monetary Authority (Administrative Fines) (Amendment) Regulations, […]

How to Apply for a Judicial Review and how to Appeal a Decision

A Judicial Review is the vehicle by which the decisions of public authorities of all descriptions (including the government) can be challenged to establish their legality and whether the principles of public law have been complied with. The current on-going crisis that has arisen due to the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a raft of […]


Chiefs in contract war with investors

John Farr, head of employment, Herbert Smith David Cheyne, corporate partner, Linklaters Alasdair Simpson, senior partner, Manches & Co The swift departure of Mirror Group boss David Montgomery was taken as a sign of a new era of “shareholder activism”, with bolshy institutions removing chief executives when they are displeased with their performance. A new […]

In brief: Lawrence Graham

Lawrence Graham, the City-based practice, has appointed Eversheds partner William Sturge to its insurance and reinsurance practice. Sturge is an international specialist with a particular knowledge of the Middle East and South America.

Stalker on the internet

LOS ANGELES prosecutors have brought the first case of “cyber-stalking”, or harassment by computer. The prosecution is against a spurned security guard who posted advertisements on the internet in his victim’s name – claiming she was “into rape fantasy and gang-bang fantasy” – including her address, phone number and instructions on how to bypass her […]

In-house barristers threat to split from Bar Council

The UK’s main in-house barristers’ group has threatened to split from the Bar Council if the extended rights of audience provisions for employed lawyers are dropped from the Access to Justice Bill. The warning from Bar Association for Commerce, Finance & Industry (Bacfi) chairman Susan Ward comes just days after the chairman of the Law […]

DSS drops Wansbroughs from panel

National firm Wansbroughs Willey Hargrave has been dropped from the DSS panel of legal advisers after three years. The firm has been replaced by Simmons & Simmons and Eversheds. The panel advises on all legal requirements regarding IT contracting, outsourcing, Public and Private Partnership (PPP), Private Finance Initiative (PFI) and contracts for non-IT goods and […]

Find legal roles

Make your next move with The Lawyer Careers. Search and apply for thousands of vacancies, or receive email alerts for new roles when they go live. Whether you're looking at private practice, in-house legal or an exciting business support role, you'll find your future here.

Search vacancies