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With a wealth of commentary available for employers (and their employees) about how to deal with employee anxiety surrounding a return to the workplace in the post-COVID world, little thought has been given to the challenges faced by employers whose employees want to return to the workplace, contrary to Government guidance.

What do Brexit and the UK-EU trade deal mean for recruitment and staff moves?

The UK and EU have secured a post-Brexit trade deal following the two sides coming to an agreement at the eleventh hour on Christmas Eve. The European Union (Future Relationship) Act 2020 which brings the trade agreement, known formally as the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (“TCA”), into UK law, received Royal Assent on 30 December 2020.

What does Brexit mean for you and your trade marks?

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You’ve adopted some great tech, but what’s next?

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Simmons & Simmons unveils reduced partnership round

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Conyers Dill & Pearman has represented SeaCube Container Leasing, a Bermuda company, in connection with the acquisition of SeaCube by Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan by way of amalgamation following approval of the transaction by the shareholders of SeaCube at a special general meeting held on 23 April 2013. The shareholders of SeaCube received $23 (£15) […]

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