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  • Online monitoring

    10 September 2013

    In an article for PLC Magazine, Ellen Temperton discusses whether looking up information posted on social media, such as LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter, or performing a search on an internet search engine, can be used as a basis for rejecting a job candidate, infringe an employee's data protection rights; or permit an employer to dismiss an employee.

  • Regulating the recruitment sector - how far will the new framework go?

    Press

    14 August 2013

    In an article written for the International Law Office, Carla Feakins discusses the government's official response to its recent consultation on reforming the regulatory framework for the recruitment sector.

  • Lewis Silkin acts on Secondary Placing for AIM Listed Fox Marble Holdings Plc

    Deal

    08 August 2013

    Lewis Silkin LLP has acted for Fox-Davies Capital Limited (“Fox-Davies”) on its role as nominated adviser and joint broker to Fox Marble Holdings plc (“Fox Marble”) in connection with Fox Marble’s secondary placing.

  • YouTube stars coming to the fore in branded content

    Press

    08 August 2013

    In an article for Marketing Week, Philip Hughes discusses how brands working with video stars are now benefiting from the lack of focus from regulators in the vlogger and user-generated content areas.

  • What are zero-hours contracts?

    Press

    05 August 2013

    In a BBC article, Michael Burd discusses the benefits of zero-hour contracts and why employers choose to use them.

  • Whacky Pay Deals Won't Wash

    Press

    18 July 2013

    In an article for the Wall Street Journal, Owen Watkins discusses how banks are going to have to make clear to an employee why they should work for them above and beyond their pay and bonus in light of banks having to impose strict remunerative rules on their employees subject to the European Union bonus cap.

  • Bankers guilty of misconduct may never face jail, say lawyers

    Press

    08 July 2013

    In a Financial Times article, Owen Watkins discusses George Osborne's plan for legislation to impose criminal sanctions and jail sentences on bankers guilty of “reckless misconduct”, a plan Owen feels may never be used.

  • Bankers will face jail for reckless misconduct, says George Osborne

    Press

    08 July 2013

    In a Guardian article, Owen Watkins casts his doubts upon the viability of a law to jail bankers for reckless misconduct in light of Chancellor George Osborne vowing to enforce one.

  • Lewis Silkin advises Orion Energy Plc on establishment of joint venture with Pakistan Petroleum Ltd

    Deal

    28 June 2013

    Lewis Silkin has advised its client Orion Energy Plc on the establishment of a joint venture with Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) to develop the offshore oil and gas potential of Pakistan.

  • #acknowledge: advertising compliance on social media

    Press

    26 June 2013

    In an article for Law In Sport, Alex Kelham discusses various celebrity tweets which have fallen foul of advertising compliance codes and laws. Alex suggests that in order to avoid the indignation of ASA complaints, perhaps the answer is for agencies to do what they do best - get creative.

  • Why you should avoid the distractions of the annual financial reporting round

    Press

    26 June 2013

    In an article for Managing Partner, Ian Jeffery discusses the first sets of annual results coming out of the UK's leading law firms for the financial year 11/12 and how prominence is often given to short term measures, such as profit per equity partner (PEP).

  • Employer issues with LinkedIn: Stemming the tide

    Press

    26 June 2013

    In an article for PLC Magazine, Ellen Temperton discusses the issues that employers may face when its employees use professional networking sites, such as LinkedIn.

  • 100 Years of Employment Law

    Press

    18 June 2013

    Richard Lister wrote an article for the Impact magazine to mark the centenary of the CIPD, taking a look back at how UK employment law has evolved over the past 100 years.

  • Singapore punishes 20 banks in rate probe

    Press

    17 June 2013

    As the global rate-rigging probe continues to dominate headlines both in the UK and abroad, authorities in Singapore have disciplined 20 banks, having revealed that over 100 traders tried to manipulate three interest rate and foreign exchange benchmarks. Owen Watkins forewarns that the bad news for banks will keep on coming.

  • Bankers' bonuses: Curbing excess

    Press

    14 June 2013

    In an article written for PLC Magazine, Colin Leckey, Victoria Goode and Ailsa Murdoch discuss a recent ruling that investment bank Dresdner Kleinwort must uphold a promise made at the height of the financial crisis to guarantee a minimum €400 million bonus pool to a group of bankers at its London office.

  • Bring your own device: Responding to the trend

    Press

    14 June 2013

    In an article for PLC Magazine, Ellen Temperton discusses the 'Bring your own device' (BYOD) trend, how employers should respond to it, and how it could have potentially damaging implications.

  • E-cigarette brands prepare to emphasise quality message

    Press

    14 June 2013

    In an article for Marketing Week, Lewis Silkin discusses how, from 2016, the current type of ads in the UK which arguably market e-cigarettes in a glamourised manner will cease to exist.

  • City A.M. covers appointment of new partner Adam Glass

    Press

    12 June 2013

    New Media, Brands and Technology partner Adam Glass' appointment has been covered in this morning's edition of City A.M.'s 'Who's switching jobs' section.

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