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James Davies comments for The Guardian: Copyright, defamation, employment: how tech is disrupting every corner of the law
Press10 January 2018
James Davies comments in an article for The Guardian, discussing how the law needs to be at the forefront of change in an ever evolving digitised world.
Press18 December 2017
Samar Shams writes for HRZone discussing the surprises businesses should be aware of in relation to the prevention of illegal working.
Press14 December 2017
Hannah Price comments in an article for The Times discussing EU employment rights.
Laura Farnsworth spoke to SLOAN! Magazine: Lewis Silkin uses innovative working practices to improve work-life balance for lawyers with children
Press12 December 2017
Laura Farnsworth spoke to SLOAN! Magazine about the challenges faced by those with young families working in the legal sector and what led to the firm establishing rockhopper – our fixed fee HR and employment law service for businesses which allows lawyers to work flexibly from home.
Joanna Hunt comments for Lexis Nexis: 'Breakthrough' Brexit deal provides as many questions as answers
Press11 December 2017
Joanna Hunt comments on the deal struck by the UK and EU, as well as the implications of the agreement, in an article for Lexis Nexis.
Richard Lister writes for HR Review: How employers in European jurisdictions should deal with workplace sexual harassment
Press08 December 2017
Richard Lister's article for HR Review explains the legal position on sexual harassment at work in five European countries and best practice for employers.
James Davies is quoted in an article for Personnel Today: “We’re not like Uber or the other gig economy companies” – Hermes
Press08 December 2017
James Davies’ quotes from his talk on ‘Defining the status of employees and workers: challenges for the legislative framework’ at this week’s Westminster Employment Keynote Seminar: Employment rights and practices in the UK were picked up in this article.
Press07 December 2017
As GDPR introduces more rules, responsibilities and hefty fines for non-compliance, Ellen Temperton discusses how the regulation will affect accountants, in an article for Accountancy Age.
Press06 December 2017
Yoko Nakada discusses the creative concept of swapping cigarette breaks for extra annual leave, in an article for HR Magazine.
Karen Baxter comments for The Guardian: Why do men watch porn at work? You asked Google – here’s the answer
Press06 December 2017
Karen Baxter comments in an article for The Guardian discussing why men are watching and sharing pornographic content at work.
Press05 December 2017
Karen Baxter discusses the rough ride Uber have had this year. Amid the non-renewal of its London licence, data hacks and numerous other controversies, the ride-hailing business has also been doing battle in the UK employment tribunals.
Press29 November 2017
Joanna Hunt has written an article for the Free Movement blog discussing the recent case R (A) v Secretary of State for Health  EWHC 281 which revisits section 175 of the National Health Service Act 2006 and the system of charging foreigners for health services.
Press13 November 2017
Michael Burd, has commented in an article for Governance & Compliance which discusses the need for Boards within companies to take immediate action to deal with cases of harassment.
Press27 October 2017
Joanna Hunt has commented in an article for The Independent which discusses how legitimate people could have their bank accounts frozen as a result of new policy that will require banks to carry out identity checks as part of the Government's latest crackdown on illegal immigrants.
Press18 October 2017
Jonathan Carr has commented in an article for the Raconteur which discusses Google's $1.1 billion acquisition of 2,000 HTC staff.
James Davies writes for LexisNexis Australia - Robotics, artificial intelligence and work: hope for the best but prepare for the worst
Press29 September 2017
Divisional managing partner, James Davies has written an article for LexisNexis Australia which discusses the impact of robotics and artificial intelligence on the workplace.
Press27 September 2017
The legal market in Cardiff is thriving, and so is Lewis Silkin’s Cardiff office.
Samar Shams comments for LexisNexis: 'European Union (Withdrawal) Bill 2017 passes second reading amid concerns over delegated powers'
Press18 September 2017
Samar Shams has commented in an article for LexisNexis following the recent passing of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill 2017 in the House of Commons last week. The article raises concerns about the Bill, particularly regarding the proposed use of delegated legislative powers, the approach to devolution, and questions regarding the continued application of EU rights and legal principles in the UK.
Joanna Hunt comments for Lexis Nexis: "UK’s responsibility to solve Northern Ireland Brexit headache—EU"
Press11 September 2017
Joanna Hunt has commented in an article for LexisNexis which discusses the UK's responsibility to find ‘flexible and imaginative’ solutions to overcome the challenges for the island of Ireland.
Press05 September 2017
Employment Partner, Laura Farnsworth has written an article for WeAreTheCity which discusses the challenges and priorities for female lawyers returning back to work from maternity leave.