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It’s business. But it’s personal.
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Welcome to the summer edition of Employment Matters, designed to keep you updated on the latest developments in employment law.
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Welcome to London & The World. This bulletin is designed to bring you the latest comment and analysis on the topics most relevant to you and your clients.
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Human rights lawyer Mayada Elmaki struggled to find work after gaining asylum in the UK – but with the help of the charity Breaking Barriers, she is rebuilding her career. She tells Siobhán Norton why employment is the best way for refugees to integrate in society.
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The Sentencing Council has published guidelines on the sentences for noncompliance with court orders including failure to surrender to bail and breach of an order disqualifying a person from acting as a director.
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The CJEU has ruled in Louboutin's favour in deciding that its red sole is not a shape mark; it is a position mark for a colour applied to the sole of a shoe.
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Jonty Warner, Associate in the Intellectual Property Group, was quoted in CityAM discussing Jesse Lingard's recent applications for trade mark.
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Our family partner David Lister has been appointed Governor at Large of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL).
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The Home Office has announced plans for a new "start-up" visa for entrepreneurs wishing to set up a business in the UK. This new visa route is designed to expand the criteria for the existing graduate entrepreneur visa category to open the route to a wider range of entrepreneurs.
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Partner Adam Epstein today is at the Legal Week BLRF, alongside regulators, banks and private practice, overviewing risk and mitigation in financial markets
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The Supreme Court has today handed down its judgment in the long running Pimlico Plumbers worker status case, ruling that Gary Smith was a worker.
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