Business Update Autumn 2018.

Welcome to the latest issue of the Mundays Business Update providing you with an overview of legal updates, new regulations and business news this autumn.

Mundays next Business Forum

For business owners and executives which takes place three times a year with a sit down buffet lunch and guest speaker. To find out more or register for the event visit our events page.

Business Card Etiquette under GDPR

Fiona Moss examines the approach to exchanging business cards under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Gig Economy Worker Status Update

As the “gig” economy continues to grow, a hot topic for businesses that engage casual workers is whether those they engage on a self-employed basis are in fact workers. Find out more from the employment team here.

Fraud Risks For Property Owners

Terrible tales of fraudsters mortgaging or selling properties they do not own are increasingly common. Find out how Mundays can minimise these risks for you.

Information on a “no deal” Divorce

Rachel Lemon explores the option of a “no deal” divorce and negotiating a financial settlement in Mediation

Japanese Knotweed on your land

Gemma James explains the tangled legal risks and obligations that knotweed can cause owners and tenants of residential and commercial property alike, so keep that in mind whilst looking at your land and know when to seek legal advice.

The Wates Corporate Governance Principles

Kirstie Elliot describes new regulations for large private companies

If you have any questions regarding the information discussed in this update please do not hesitate to contact Fiona Moss in our Corporate and Commercial team or your usual Mundays’ contact.

Insights.

Bullying and harassment in the workplace
9th July, 2019

Céline Winham explains what exactly bullying and harassment at work is, what it can mean and your rights.

Perceiving is Believing
4th July, 2019

Céline Winham looks at a recent case and explains that employers must be careful not to make assumptions about the current and future effects of any employee’s medical condition.

DSARs – It’s a Disaster Darling
20th June, 2019

Andrew Knorpel looks at how DSARs are a vital tool for an employee in the fight to prove alleged unfairness and victimisation.

From Beverley Hills to Notting Hill – a short guide to moving to the UK
19th June, 2019

Whether you’re a Hollywood celebrity like Julia Roberts, an intrepid traveller, entrepreneur, expatriate moving for work or simply relocating for love.