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Real Liability

1st November 2018

Andrew Knorpel reviews the busy last few weeks of employment-related cases heard by The Court of Appeal

By Andrew Knorpel, Head of the Employment team.

The Court of Appeal has been particularly busy in the last few...

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Keeping Staff in a Photograph

18th October 2018

Sophie Banks considers the use of employee images for marketing purposes under the GDPR and DPA 2018, and what steps an employer should take to prevent complaints of unlawful processing of data in this situation.

By Sophie Banks, Solicitor in the Employment team.

Does your business use images of staff in its marketing...

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Business Update Autumn 2018

9th October 2018

Within this edition of Mundays Business update you will find legal articles that we hope you will find useful and help you understand when you might need to seek legal advice.

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

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Business card etiquette under the GDPR

5th October 2018

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

By Fiona Moss, Partner in the Corporate & Commercial team

As you have done for most of your business...

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New regulations for Large Private Companies from January 2019 The Wates Corporate Governance Principles

5th October 2018

Kirstie Elliot describes new regulations for large private companies

By Kirstie Elliot, Company Secretarial Administrator in the Corporate & Commercial team

Private limited companies...

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Gig Economy Worker Status Update

5th October 2018

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.

By Sophie Banks, Solicitor in the Employment team

As the “gig” economy continues to grow, a...

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Keeping In Contract

4th October 2018

Andrew Knorpel reviews some of the issues raised in questions at our 2018 Autumn Employment Update.

By Andrew Knorpel, Partner and Head of the Employment team

At our Autumn Employment Update on Tuesday this...

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The Employer Strikes Back

20th September 2018

Sophie Banks looks at a recent case where an employee provided false information in a reference, including the name of a Star Wars character as a referee

By Sophie Banks, Solicitor in the Employment team

You may recall our bulletin earlier this year regarding the...

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Keeping Up Your Reputation

6th September 2018

Andrew Knorpel explains it is important to keep appropriate safeguards in place to maintain your reputation

By Andrew Knorpel, Partner and Head of the Employment team

Corporate reputations are hard earned, but can be...

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Will a “no deal” divorce leave spouses with a good foundation for moving forwards into independence?

5th September 2018

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

By Rachel Lemon, Partner in the Family team

As the UK’s negotiations to leave the EU continue to be...

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