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Press25 September 2018
In an article for Bloomberg, Michael Burd discusses a Labour proposal to force companies to hand 10 percent of their equity to workers and how this could lead to a super tax on companies dividends.
Press24 September 2018
Kathryn Weaver has contributed to an article for Society for Human Resource Management which discusses the regulations around work-hours arrangements, particularly in relation to attendance, rest and overtime compensation, in China, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Joanna Hunt comments for People Management: Most EU workers would be blocked under post-Brexit proposals, warns think tank
Press21 September 2018
In an article for People Management, Joanna Hunt discusses analysis released today that has warned the majority of EU employees currently in the UK would be ineligible for a work visa under new immigration proposals.
Press20 September 2018
In an article for The Times, James Davies discusses the contingency plans businesses are making to move operations out of the UK, to avoid a hard Brexit.
Iain McDonald comments for Reuters: UK says free flow of personal data from EU not guaranteed if no-deal Brexit
Press17 September 2018
In an article for Reuters, Iain McDonald discusses that in the case of a no-deal Brexit, the UK has no guarantee of access to personal data from the EU and the uncertainty this is causing for businesses.
Press14 September 2018
Lewis Silkin Partner, Jo Farmer, spoke at DMEXCO 2018 where 40,000 of the worlds marketers, digital publishers and platforms descended on Cologne, Germany, on the 12 and 13 September.
Karish Andrews comments for Sportcal: Clubs reject CVC's £275m Premiership bid but would sell minority
Press13 September 2018
Karish Andrews comments in an article for Sportcal, which discusses the clubs in the Gallagher Premiership rejecting a £275-million offer from CVC Capital Partners.
Kirstie Allison writes for Employment Law Journal: Crucial competencies for in-house employment lawyers
Press10 September 2018
In an article for Employment Law Journal, Kirstie Allison offers a personal perspective on working in house and some suggestions on how to perform the role effectively.
Geraint Lloyd-Taylor writes for LexisNexis: Brexit: deal or no deal—how will it impact the advertising and marketing sector?
Press07 September 2018
In an article for LexisNexis, Geraint Lloyd-Taylor looks at the legal implications of Brexit for the advertising and marketing sector under the withdrawal agreement scenario and no deal scenario.
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar writes for ITProPortal - UK immigration and the national cyber security strategy
Press05 September 2018
In an article for ITProPortal, Naomi Hanrahan-Soar discusses the need for a diverse and skilled workforce if the UK aims to be a world leader in cyber security.
Tom Heys writes for Employee Benefits: Gender pay gap reporting for smaller employers could be problematic
Press05 September 2018
In an article for Employee Benefits, Tom Heys discusses Gender Pay Gap reporting and how the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee's recommendations to extend reporting to companies with over 50 employees will affect smaller businesses.
Press04 September 2018
James Davies comments in an article for The Law Society Gazette, which discusses the demand for employment law advice due to the increase in ‘gig economy’ cases and the abolition of tribunal fees.
Alan Hunt writes for Essential Retail: A prime question: ‘one-day delivery’ guarantees and eCommerce
Press30 August 2018
In an article for Essential retail, Alan Hunt discusses the ASA banning Amazon for promising one-day delivery in its advertising, as it is not delivering on this very promise.
Geraint Lloyd-Taylor comments for The Drum: Tui ad banned by ASA for claiming that summer 'includes October'
Press23 August 2018
In an article for The Drum, Geraint Lloyd-Taylor comments on the ASA banning Tui advertising summer holiday packages in September and October, as the offers are misleading to customers.
Press21 August 2018
In an article for The HR Director, Karen Baxter and Rhian Hall discuss today's flexible working culture and how not having a clear line between work and home life can have a negative impact on employee wellbeing.
Clive Greenwood and Frances Simm write for Accountancy Age: Compulsory retirement: avoiding the partner pitfalls
Press20 August 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Clive Greenwood and Frances Simm discuss the rules and processes involved when compelling an individual to retire from a business they co-own.
James Gill and Rebecca Emery write for Essential Retail: Modernising consumer markets: what changes are on the horizon?
Press14 August 2018
In an article for Essential Retail, James Gill and Rebecca Emery discuss the Government’s “Modernising Consumer Markets” Green Paper and the three principles for improving modern consumer markets.
Press10 August 2018
In an article for Human Resources Online, Kathryn Weaver discusses the impact of the #MeToo movement and sexual harassment in Hong Kong.
Press07 August 2018
In an article for HR Grapevine, Tom Heys discusses Gender Pay Gap reporting and states the regulations are progressive and valuable in terms of shedding light on workplace inequality.
Toni Lorenzo writes for Employment Lawyers Association: The Trade Secrets (Enforcement, etc) Regulations 2018
Press06 August 2018
In an article for Employment Lawyers Association, Toni Lorenzo discusses the Trade Secrets (Enforcement, etc) Regulations 2018 which came into force in June, implementing the EU Trade Secrets Directive. This is the first time that the UK Parliament has legislated for the protection of trade secrets.