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Business and HR professionals must avoid getting things wrong when they are right

By Nick McEwen The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic crisis has brought with it the inevitable consequence of high levels of redundancies as organisation after organisation struggles to survive in the current economic climate. When a business finds itself in the unenviable position of having to make some of their employees redundant, HR professionals […]

Brexit: The final countdown to secure your workforce

By Tijen Ahmet In just 11 weeks, the UK is set to leave the EU, meaning now is the time for businesses to make any final preparations. On 31 December 2020, free movement will come to an end: a cause for concern for sectors such as construction, hospitality and leisure that rely on EU migrant […]

Why metadata matters

Metadata is data that summarizes other data. Every file saved on a computer includes some basic information about the file, enabling the computer’s operating system to be able to deal with it. The application in use (e.g., Microsoft Word) creates this behind-the-scenes information describing the information contained on a webpage, email, document, or electronic file. […]

How the use of AI in HR technology is transforming the employee experience

By Chris Shenton MSc We at Weekly10 were recently fortunate enough to be able to take part in Wales Tech Week, where our CEO Andy and I gave a talk on the ways in which AI is shaping the future of HR. This includes how we ourselves use machine-learning to provide richer employee engagement and predictive […]

Developers – Are you prepared for a rise in green litigation?

By Alison Ogley, Emma Conwell, David Monteith For environmental activists, conventional campaigning continues, but increasingly it is litigation spearheaded by activists which hits the headlines. Recently even celebrities have been getting in on the act, with Feargus Sharkey, frontman of The Undertones, poised to file a judicial review on the Government’s policies in relation river […]


Lawyers can help council PR, claims information unit expert

Chris Fogarty reports Councils are needlessly censoring their activities and could publicise their services much more by seeking the advice of their legal departments, according to Local Government Information Unit director Dennis Reed. “Too often the fear of falling foul of the law has stopped councils producing legal publicity,” said Reed. His comments come after […]

New government should act on bogus candidates, says lawyer

One of Labour’s first moves in power may be to change Britain’s electoral laws, according to solicitor Gerald Shamash, who acted for the party in getting a trio of bogus Labour candidates struck out before the elections. Shamash, of Steel & Shamash, who advises the party on electoral law, said Labour had been frustrated by […]

Rewards for loyalty could pay dividends

Six months ago, US firm White & Case announced that it was to hike newly qualified salaries up to £45,000 as part of its drive to attract UK lawyers. The move was greeted rather circumspectly by City firms, which, in general, hoped it was a trend that would not catch on in the top London […]


London firm Geisler Laws Manning, in association with General Motors’ in-house team, acted for General Motors Acceptance Corporation (UK) in a multimillion pound software project with Pan Credit Systems. Pan Credit was advised by Irwin Mitchell.


Ashurst Morris Crisp acted for the Post Office in its agreement with AMP Asset Management on its construction of the Royal Mail’s £20m, 221,000sqft Gatwick Mail Centre. The Post Office will take a 20-year lease on the new building.

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