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#MeToo - The story continues
Press11 February 2020
In an article for Accountancy Age, Leonie Sheridan examines how accountancy firms have been tackling the ongoing issue of sexual harassment at work.
Oliver Watson writes for Accountancy Age: How to keep up with technology and the cost of doing nothing
Press25 September 2019
Oliver Watson has written an article for Accountancy Age discussing how the job of an accountant is transforming due to productivity optimisation and new technologies.
Victoria Goode comments for Accountancy Age: Industry experts give their take on impending IR35 legislation
Press22 July 2019
Victoria Goode has commented in an article for Accountancy Age that discusses last weeks revelation that HMRC are scrutinising television presenters to determine whether they will be subject to new IR35 tax regulations.
Steven Jennings comments for The Telegraph: Fraudsters try to cash in on the good name of British legal companies
Press15 July 2019
Steven Jennings has commented in an article for The Telegraph that discusses how leading British law firms are being targeted by cyber criminals who set up fake email accounts and pose as top lawyers to try to con people and companies out of millions.
Michael Anderson comments for The Financial Times, The Law Society Gazette & Staffing Industry Analysts: ‘Victory for employers’ as Supreme Court rules in landmark competition case
Press03 July 2019
Michael Anderson has commented in an articles for The Financial Times, The Law Society Gazette and Staffing Industry Analysts. In all three articles he discusses the Supreme Court's decision to uphold a non-compete restriction today in the first employment competition case to have reached the court and its predecessor in over a century.
Naomi Hanrahan-Soar writes for Building: Are speedier visas enough to ease the skills crisis?
Press21 June 2019
In an article for Building, Naomi Hanrahan-Soar asks, are speedier visas enough to ease the skills crisis that the Architecture profession is facing?
Fergus Payne features for The Law Society Gazette: New model army
Press01 April 2019
Fergus Payne recently attended the latest Gazette roundtable, where mergers, finance, technology and succession planning were high on the agenda and changing law firm business structures were discussed.
Andrew Wanambwa writes for Accountancy Daily: Section 2 notices raise risk level for accountants
Press18 March 2019
Professional services firms, requests for documents and Section 2 notices under Criminal Justice Act 1987 could pose a risk for accountants and auditors as illustrated in the recent Omers case at the High Court, explains Andrew Wanambwa, in an article for Accountancy Age.
James Gill and Mark Hersey write for Accountancy Age: Moving to the Cloud in 2019: 10 steps to avoid the common pitfalls
Press08 January 2019
Mark Hersey and James Gill have written an article for Accountancy Age explaining how to make your move to cloud accounting as smooth as possible this year.
Fraser McKeating writes for Accountancy Age: Professional privilege and investigations – what do accountants need to know?
Press26 November 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Fraser McKeating explains how the law of privilege operates in the context of investigations.
Karen Baxter writes for Accountancy Age: Can you keep a secret?
Press18 October 2018
In this article for Accountancy Age, Karen Baxter looks at how the role of settlement agreements may have kept abusive behaviour quiet in accountancy firms.
Clive Greenwood and Frances Simm write for Accountancy Age: Compulsory retirement: avoiding the partner pitfalls
Press20 August 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Clive Greenwood and Frances Simm discuss the rules and processes involved when compelling an individual to retire from a business they co-own.
Jonathan Carr writes for Lawyer Monthly: What do US companies need to consider during UK M&A deals?
Press01 August 2018
In an article for Lawyer Monthly, Jonathan Carr discusses employment law due diligence in M&A transactions, and what US companies should consider when investing in the UK.
Karen Baxter comments for The Law Society Gazette: Five tips for parental leave
Press10 July 2018
In an article for The Law Society Gazette, Karen Baxter discusses parental leave and urges fathers to take paternity leave too.
Sara Cohen writes for Architect’s Choice
Press03 July 2018
In an article for Architect's Choice, Sara Cohen discusses the concept of business owners sharing ownership with employees.
Richard Moore writes for Law360: UK Employment Law Risks In Cross-Border M&A
Press11 June 2018
In an article for Law360, Richard Moore discusses the employment law considerations U.S. companies need to think about when acquiring U.K. based companies or assets, due to a number of differing fundamental employment principles.
Karen Baxter writes for Accountancy Age: Sexual harassment – is accountancy next for #MeToo?
Press24 May 2018
Sexual harassment is big news at the moment as numerous big Hollywood names have opened the floodgates and encouraged individuals to come forward. Karen Baxter asks, is accountancy next for #MeToo?
Sam Koppel writes for Accountancy Age: Is the accountancy sector facing an international talent crisis?
Press13 April 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Sam Koppel discusses the recent restrictions for accountancy firms to hire non-EEA workers who require Tier 2 work visas.
Fergus Payne writes for Accountancy Age: What does the future hold for listed accountancy firms?
Press13 March 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Fergus Payne discusses why firms would consider listing on a stock market or taking external investment.
Karen Baxter writes for Accountancy Age: Mind the gap: what accountancy firms should be doing ahead of the new gender pay gap reporting rules
Press16 February 2018
With less than two months to go until the deadline for filing gender pay gap reports, thousands of employers have not yet provided their figures. Karen Baxter asks, is your firm ready?