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  • HR Academy - June 2018

    11 June 2018

    Do you wish you had more time to focus on developments in employment law? Do you want to refresh your knowledge in core areas, or enhance the skills of members of your team? Would you like to learn in a practical way from specialist employment lawyers and your fellow HR professionals?

  • HR Academy - March 2018

    05 March 2018

    Do you wish you had more time to focus on developments in employment law? Do you want to refresh your knowledge in core areas, or enhance the skills of members of your team? Would you like to learn in a practical way from specialist employment lawyers and your fellow HR professionals?

  • Managing an International Workforce: 2018 & Beyond

    02 February 2018

    We are pleased to announce our fourteenth annual Managing an International Workforce conference, our market leading gathering of several hundred HR professionals, in house lawyers and others with international employment responsibilities.

  • Diversity in the workplace across Asia Pacific

    16 January 2018

    Following the landmark Hong Kong Court of Appeal decision in QT v Director of Immigration, now is a particularly relevant time to be debating diversity and equality in the workplace.

  • French Tech London’s Café Serré

    07 December 2017

    Nathalie Moreno is hosting a discussion in conjunction with French Tech London on the subject of GDPR and its implications for data-rich businesses, whether major multinational corporates or local start-ups.

  • The EU Trade Secrets Directive: an alternative to patenting?

    30 November 2017

    The EU Trade Secrets Directive comes into force on 9 June 2018 and harmonises the protection of trade secrets across the EU and for the first time provides for a statutory definition of a trade secret.

  • Immigration: a year in review

    29 November 2017

    The landscape of immigration in the UK has changed significantly in the last year. New rules have made it more difficult to sponsor certain migrant workers, new mandatory fees are making it more expensive, compliance with your duties are more heavily scrutinised than ever before, and the immigration implications of Brexit remain unclear.

  • Top pitfalls in drafting employment contracts - Cardiff

    23 November 2017

    Ambiguous offer letters, verbal promises, incorporating policies and handbooks, missing key terms, unenforceable provisions…

  • Tax on termination - employer NICs charges delayed

    23 November 2017

    Some good news for employers was confirmed in the Chancellor’s autumn Budget.

  • Employment status review announced in response to Taylor report

    23 November 2017

    In the autumn Budget, the Government has indicated for the first time how it intends to respond to the recommendations made by Matthew Taylor in his review of modern working practices.

  • Extending ‘off-payroll’ worker reforms to the private sector

    23 November 2017

    The Chancellor announced in the autumn Budget that there will be a consultation in 2018 to tackle non-compliance with IR35 rules in the private sector.

  • The Damp Squid Budget?

    22 November 2017

    Yes, yes, I know the phrase is “damp squib”. Call it pedant bait if you like. And the Chancellor (like everyone else) seems to be Blue Planet crazy, so you may detect a salty theme in this Budget update. Anyway, let’s dive into the icy waters of the latest Budget and see what monsters lurk beneath.

  • Trade Mark Classification

    21 November 2017

    For trade mark classification purposes, all possible goods and services are sub-divided into the 45 “classes” listed below. The descriptions give a broad indication as to the types of goods and services covered by each class.

  • Trade Mark Management

    21 November 2017

    The IP, brand, trade mark and portfolio management team at Lewis Silkin comprises more than 50 lawyers and trade mark attorneys along with specialist support personnel.

  • Trade Mark and Design Services

    21 November 2017

    The IP, brand, trade mark and portfolio management team at Lewis Silkin comprises more than 50 lawyers and trade mark attorneys along with specialist support personnel.

  • Dr. Chris Hayes comments for Confectionery News: Toblerone fakery spat shows growing power of the pound store, says lawyer

    20 November 2017

    Dr. Chris Hayes has commented for Confectionery News discussing the deal reached between Mondelēz and Poundland over the pound store selling chocolate in the prism shape trademarked by Toblerone.

  • Protecting your brand

    16 November 2017

    It is as a sad fact that athletes, coaches and managers will, however iconic, come and go. What underpins the real value of a sports organisation is a strong brand. It is therefore worth protecting, but the protection must be pro-active and strategic.

  • Applying game theory to HR

    16 November 2017

    The influence of game theory, developed in the 1950s by Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr, has been huge. It provides a formal modelling approach for decision-makers to explore a variety of interactions among agents, and their potential outcomes.

  • Full Employment Tribunal fees refunds scheme now open

    16 November 2017

    After a brief pilot scheme, the full scheme for refunding Employment Tribunal (“ET”) fees is now open for use by both claimants and respondents.

  • Geraint Lloyd-Taylor comments for The Times: Students 'being misled by boastful ads'

    16 November 2017

    Geraint Lloyd Taylor comments on universities misleading students by manipulating league tables and data, in an article for The Times.

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