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  • Silver Lining - age discrimination back in the spotlight


    25 April 2014

    In a new article for Solicitors Journal, Lee Nair and James Davies discuss the difficulties in measuring the effectiveness of the ban on age discrimination and the impact a new statutory code will have.

  • Would raising the minimum wage to the living wage increase unemployment?


    24 April 2014

    In an article for Personnel Today, Hannah Price examines whether raising the minimum wage to the living wage would increase unemployment.

  • Partnership tax changes cause fury


    24 April 2014

    Fergus Payne has been quoted in an article by The Times on the consequences of partnership tax changes.

  • UK 'loses control' of immigration


    23 April 2014

    Andrew Osborne has been quoted in an article by The Times on the UK's overcomplicated immigration rules.

  • Metrodome to launch new sales arm with AV Pictures slate, staff


    23 April 2014

    Phil Rymer has been quoted in a Screen Daily article reporting on UK distributor Metrodome’s plans to launch, at Cannes next month, a new sales arm, which will incorporate the library and some staff from UK sales outfit AV Pictures. 

  • Complements, complications and commitment in client services


    09 April 2014

    In Ian Jeffery's new blog for Managing Partner magazine, he discusses how law firms are specialising to a greater extent than previously and the ramifications of this approach when looking for sustainable growth.

  • Data protection - a contextual approach to regulation


    07 April 2014

    Steve Lorber identifies some fundamental problems with the way that Europe approaches data protection regulation and makes some tentative suggestions as to how that approach might be developed in practice, particularly in the context of employment.

  • Lewis Silkin marks tenth anniversary of Oxford office


    07 April 2014

    Lewis Silkin marks tenth anniversary of Oxford office with teams from across the firm participating in ‘Alternative Triathlon’ to raise money for Oxford Homeless Pathways.

  • Five new partners named at Lewis Silkin


    01 April 2014

    City law firm Lewis Silkin LLP has today announced the promotion of five senior associates to the partnership, effective 1 April. The additions bring the total number of partners at the firm to 63.

  • Lewis Silkin awarded Best Social Mobility Programme at the Managing Partners’ Forum Awards


    24 March 2014

    City law firm Lewis Silkin LLP has received the award for ‘Best Social Mobility Programme’ at the 2014 Awards for Management Excellence by the Managing Partners’ Forum.

  • Lewis Silkin listed in Stonewall's top 20 LGB friendly firms


    20 March 2014

    Stonewall has worked with the Interlaw Diversity Forum to rank firms into a list of 20 for LBG diversity for the first time, with Lewis Silkin coming in at number 14.

  • Lewis Silkin represents Martini in their sponsorship of the new Williams Martini Racing F1 team


    18 March 2014

    Lewis Silkin’s acclaimed advertising and brand management team is proud to have acted for Bacardi-Martini in their title sponsorship of the Williams Formula One team which will now compete as “Williams Martini Racing”, putting the world renowned name of Martini and its famous racing stripes back on the grid.

  • Bank of England shake-up may trigger rate-setter changes


    17 March 2014

    Commenting in a Reuters article, Owen Watkins discusses the scandal over alleged manipulation of currency markets which the Bank of England was drawn into last year.

  • Gay lawyers and the quiet revolution you haven’t even heard of


    14 March 2014

    In an article for Pink News, Geraint Lloyd-Taylor discusses how the legal profession has been transformed by becoming gay-friendly.

  • Stay abreast of whistle-blower protections in the EU


    06 March 2014

    In an article for the Society for Human Resource Management, Kathryn Weaver relays her thoughts on the UK's "advanced classification", given to it in a Transparency International report on anti-corruption.

  • Lewis Silkin named one of Britain's best employers for sixth year running


    03 March 2014

    City law firm Lewis Silkin LLP has once again been recognised as one of the UK’s best employers by The Sunday Times’ esteemed ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ survey.  Coming in at number 54, this marks the sixth successive year Lewis Silkin has been included, and the firm is one of only eight law firms to feature in the list.

  • Section 106 Agreements - a note for anyone developing land


    01 March 2014

    When granting planning permission for development, local planning authorities often impose planning obligations on the party promoting the development. These obligations are usually contained in what are known as Section 106 Agreements or Planning Agreements – separate legal agreements that sit alongside the planning permission. Those agreements will, generally, bind the land to which the planning permission relates – so anyone who owns that land will be bound by the obligations.

  • Spam using Lewis Silkin's name


    19 February 2014

    It has come to our attention that there are emails circulating purporting to be from Lewis Silkin, whether in reference to the firm or a Barrister called Lewis Silkin.

  • Lush victory over Amazon search


    17 February 2014

    After the High Court ruled that Amazon breached the copyright of Lush, Lewis Silkin's client and the ethical cosmetics firm, The Law Society Gazette have profiled Simon Chapman, who acted on behalf of Lush.

  • The Immigration Bill and sham marriages


    14 February 2014

    In an article for The Law Society Gazette, Samar Shams discusses the new measures on sham marriages and civil partnerships arising from the new Immigration Bill.

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