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Press Release12 November 2018
Who’s Who Legal, one of the world’s leading independent legal publications, has named eight Lewis Silkin lawyers in their first edition of Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders – Labour & Employment.
Press Release04 October 2018
Lewis Silkin the first law firm to join The Old Vic’s new Guardians Network
Press Release21 September 2018
Lewis Silkin is marking Bi-Visibility Day, a global event which takes place on 23 September each year to raise awareness and to celebrate the bisexual community.
Press Release17 September 2018
We are delighted that Lucy Lewis will be chairing the next Future of Work Hub event at the London Transport Museum on 17 October 2018.
Press Release10 September 2018
Market-leading employment and immigration law specialist Lewis Silkin has won the ‘Immigration Law Firm of the Year’ award at the Macallan ALB (Asian Legal Business) Hong Kong Law Awards 2018.
Press Release15 August 2018
On Saturday 22 September, Lewis Silkin will be participating in their big annual fundraising challenge in aid of the firms chosen charity, Alzheimer's Research UK.
Press Release07 August 2018
Market-leading employment and immigration law specialist Lewis Silkin has been shortlisted for three awards in the Macallan ALB (Asian Legal Business) Hong Kong Law Awards 2018.
Press Release26 July 2018
We are very proud to announce that seven of our partners have been named in the Legal 500 Hall of Fame 2018.
Press Release21 June 2018
rockhopper, the pioneering low-cost, fixed-fee HR and employment law service from Lewis Silkin, has won Best Innovation in this year’s Working Families Best Practice Awards.
Lewis Silkin named ‘Law Firm of the Year for Labour, Employment & Pensions’ by Who’s Who Legal Global Guide 2018
Press Release09 May 2018
This global recognition follows last year's accolade of our employment team being named ‘the most highly nominated European firm’ by Who’s Who Legal in 2017.
Press Release04 April 2018
Law firm Lewis Silkin LLP has today announced the promotion of four new partners across its offices, including two in London, and one each in Cardiff and Hong Kong.
Press Release20 March 2018
Lewis Silkin hosted GDPR Breakfast Discussions in Hong Kong and Singapore in March 2018 to prepare businesses for the upcoming Regulation.
Press Release15 March 2018
Leading law firm Lewis Silkin LLP today announces the establishment of a new office in Dublin and the expansion of its role within Ius Laboris, the world’s leading employment law practice.
Lewis Silkin’s Head of rockhopper, Laura Farnsworth, named in the 2018 Timewise Power 50 part-time worker awards
Press Release26 February 2018
Laura Farnsworth has been named in the 2018 Timewise Power 50 awards, a roll-call of the UK’s top flexible and part-time workers who are delivering in senior roles with non-traditional working patterns.
Press Release12 February 2018
LONDON – Top 100 UK law firm Lewis Silkin LLP today announces the appointment of Anthony Van Hoffen as a partner in the firm’s Real Estate legal practice group.
Press Release09 February 2018
Lewis Silkin won awards in the "Best use of a visual property" and "Best branded content site” categories.
Press Release07 February 2018
As one of the first law firm offerings of its kind, Lewissilkinhouse has seen a fivefold increase in its flexible resourcing service since its inception in 2013. Lewissilkinhouse supports clients’ existing in house legal teams with large projects, surges in work or cover for an existing team member’s absence, by providing lawyers to work as part of the client team, in their offices for as long as required.
Press Release23 January 2018
Lewis Silkin is pleased to announce that Giles Crown, our Divisional Managing Partner, has been listed in the Data Legal Practice Area for Who’s Who Legal 2018.
Press Release29 November 2017
HR now has access to more data than ever – but is the function using it effectively? Chief People Officer, Penny Newman discusses HR and data at the HR Magazine Roundtable debate.
Lewis Silkin acted for Deliveroo in its successful defence of an application for trade union recognition by the IWGB union
Press Release16 November 2017
The Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB) wanted Deliveroo to recognise it for collective bargaining purposes in respect of riders in Camden and Kentish Town. The application before the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) was heard over four days in May and June 2017. The CAC held that Deliveroo riders were not “workers” for the purposes of employment law, but self-employed independent contractors, and therefore the application failed.