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It’s business. But it’s personal.
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The fourth in a series of podcasts supported by Mishcon de Reya has been launched on FT.com. The series, Financial Times World Tech Founders, features technology entrepreneurs in emerging markets.

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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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On 31 March, parts of the UK’s visa system will be overhauled. When Article 50 is triggered, European nationals will be treated differently to how they are now, but Theresa May is holding her cards close to her chest – a little too close for many European nationals, business owners and immigration experts.

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Last night at The Power Woman Awards, it was announced that the firm had won gold for 'Company of the Year: Creating Change for Women' and that Claire Yorke, a Managing Associate in the Family Department, had won gold for 'Woman of the Year: Rising Star'.

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A Northern Ireland woman who was refused payments from her former partner’s pension has won her battle to extend benefits automatically to those who are unmarried.

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In its daily legal newsletter, The Brief, The Times today published a comment piece written by Mishcon de Reya's Executive Partner, James Libson.

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Mishcon de Reya has announced the appointment of Jo Rickards, who joins this week as a Partner in the Business Crime Group. She joins the firm from Kingsley Napley, where she was a Partner.

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Vice News produced a short documentary on Gina Miller, the lead claimant in the Article 50 Legal Challenge.

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Yesterday, the government published its white paper on Brexit. Perhaps it should have been called its red, white and blue paper on Brexit. The document sets out the government's plans for how we will leave the European Union.
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