Flexible working is not a new concept in the UK, and it exists in a number of forms, both formal and informal.
For parents, the child maintenance system can seem a vast and complicated system of ropes and pulleys for something they expect should be straightforward.
An additional bank holiday has been announced to take place in June 2022 to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. But are all employees automatically entitled to paid time off and what approach should employers take?
Workplace testing has proven to be a crucial piece in the UK government’s jigsaw to get British business back on its feet. But how can businesses implement a workplace testing programme and will the vaccine roll out make a difference?
Court of Appeal revisits the position of when time runs for claim in professional negligence. Careful thought is required when assessing limitation periods where there is a delay between the negligent act and the loss crystallising.
The Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) Treaty on Trademarks, Service Marks and Appellations of Origin of Goods came into effect on April 26, 2021. It serves as a foundation document for the formation of a regional system within EAEU territory.
If you want to be a leader who has space to be creative, you need to know your team has the commitment to take ownership and move forward with autonomy.
In a live webinar hosted by the Financial Times, Clare Hart, CEO of Williams Lea, joined two top operational leaders in the corporate and investment banking industry, David Sliney, Chief Operating Officer of investment bank, Stifel and Paul Poggi, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer of specialist M&A advisor, Harris Williams, in a panel discussion on the intense pressure within corporate and investment banks to find better and more cost effective ways of running core support functions.
If you are a European citizen living and working in the UK without pre-settled or settled status the most urgent issue you face it remaining in the UK. The deadline for the expiry of EU residence cards is 30 June 2021.
Ireland’s Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD, has brought a Financial Resolution before the Dáil to impose a stamp duty charge of 10% on the purchase of 10 or more residential houses in Ireland within a 12-month period.
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Another year, another law firm IPO. And this time it’s Travers that will be picking up the fees from Mishcon.
Ashurst has become the latest firm to increase the base rate for its UK newly-qualified solicitors. The firm has now made £90,000 its NQ base salary. Last summer, as it confronted the effects of Covid-19, Ashurst froze NQ pay at £84,000. In 2019 Ashurst had upped the pay to this rate, with NQs able to […]
What will your workplace look like after COVID-19? How are these changes in working patterns going to impact the different departments within your businesses? Given the increasing number of businesses switching to long-term remote work or looking to expand their talent pool beyond previous geographic constraints, this webinar looks at the practical implications of an […]
The Crown Estate has brought in Hogan Lovells’ former chair as its interim group head of legal, as general counsel Rob Booth takes on a new role in the business. Nicholas Cheffings, who served as chair of Hogan Lovells for six years between 2012 to 2018, takes on the position of interim group head of […]
Dechert has suffered a defeat at the High Court after Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer secured a win for Babylon Health’s CEO in a multimillion-pound shareholder dispute. Ali Parsadoust, who founded the digital healthcare start-up in 2013, claimed damages and a summary judgment against a major shareholder in the service provider’s holding company, Babylon Holdings. He claimed […]
Cromwell Property Group has finalised its new European panel, after assessing firms on metrics including diversity, ESG and their gearing in revenue per lawyer and profit per equity partner. The Australia-based real estate investor and manager has wrapped up its review, which began at the beginning of 2021 after an assessment of its group strategy […]
Hogan Lovells is representing the owner of London Stansted, Manchester and East Midlands airports in a Covid-19-related legal challenge alongside Ryanair against the UK Government. The Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is seeking transparency on the Government’s travel traffic light system, with Blackstone Chambers‘ Tom Hickman QC taking instruction from Hogan Lovells’ partner Julia Marlow and […]
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