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International trade and trading across borders; the financial and legal implications

In this episode, we delve into the risks and opportunities confronting businesses involved in global trade or aspiring to expand their international footprint amidst the current economic climate.

12/04/2024

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Restructuring and Employment aspects of Insolvency

Our experts look at what an insolvency event is and discuss the key elements to consider when a company falls into administration.

18/03/2024

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Employment Law highlights from 2023 and looking ahead to 2024

Employment law specialists Greg Burgess and Simon Bellm delve into the key cases and developments from the past 12 months, and provide valuable insights on what to expect in the world of employment law in 2024.

27/02/2024

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All change? Brexit ‘bonfires’, holiday pay and TUPE

In this episode, our Employment team discuss the latest update on the retained EU law bill and the government’s proposals providing for changes to UK employment laws in respect of working time regulations, which is set to come into force on 1 January 2024.

22/11/2023

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Changing landscape of flexible working in the UK

In this episode, our Employment team discuss the evolving landscape of flexible working and the potential impact of the recent bill passed in parliament which allows employees greater flexibility as to where, when and how they work

09/10/2023

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Globalisation – working without international borders (part 3)

This episode is part three in our podcast series on globalisation in the world of work, where we consider the issue of whether it is prudent for employees to engage in work whilst abroad. Should there be a balance between granting such opportunities and effectively overseeing them?

20/09/2023

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Globalisation – Working without international borders (part 2)

This episode is part two of a three-part podcast series on globalisation in the world of work, where we consider the issue of whether it is prudent for employees to engage in work whilst abroad? Should there be a balance between granting such opportunities and effectively overseeing them?

22/08/2023

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Third-party harassment in the workplace

In this episode, our Employment Law team discuss the subject of third-party harassment in the workplace and whether the current legislative framework is effective in ensuring employers do more to protect individuals? What is the true extent of an employer’s duty to prevent third-party harassment and what are the implications of getting it wrong?

08/08/2023

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Globalisation – Working without international borders

Globalisation and international recruitment are increasingly important in today’s business landscape

17/07/2023

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Protected characteristics – What does the future hold?

Societal change has accelerated the need to recognise individual beliefs and characteristics that are worthy of respect. The question is, how out of step is the current set of protected characteristics?

13/06/2023

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EU retained law – UK government consultation on proposals to reform employment laws

In this latest episode, our Employment Law experts discuss the recent government announcements in relation to the retained law arrangements and some so-called sunset clauses.

30/05/2023

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Fire and rehire – ACAS guide for employers

Employers’ use of the “fire and rehire” tactic and the introduction of a new draft Code of Practice on Dismissal and Re-engagement following the P&O Ferries events of 2022

22/05/2023

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EU retained bill – Impact on UK businesses

In this latest episode, our Employment Law experts discuss the retained EU law revocation and reform bill, and how this will impact UK employment law and HR practitioners

04/05/2023

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