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  1. Legal news
    25 February 2021
    London & the employer

    The COVID-19 crisis has shown employers just how much can change in a short space of time. When the pandemic hit, businesses had to transform what work looked like at lightning speed. But with remote working becoming ...

  2. Legal news
    28 April 2021
    Life after Lockdown 3 (continued): further considerations for a return to the office

    As the UK continues to wind its way cautiously through the Prime Minister’s Spring 2021 Roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions, and as the COVID-19 vaccination programme continues apace, businesses across the country are ...

  3. Legal news
    10 March 2021
    UK Spring Budget 2021: An employment update

    With an estimated 700,000 people having lost their jobs since the start of the pandemic, it’s no surprise that employment related issues were front and centre in last week’s Spring Budget.

  4. Legal news
    10 March 2021
    Uber: Drivers are workers

    The results are in: Uber has lost its appeal over the worker status of its drivers.

  5. Legal news
    04 July 2019
    Supreme Court takes pro-employer stance on severing restrictive covenants

    The Supreme Court has handed down a landmark judgment on the interpretation of post-termination restrictive covenants; the first judgment on this issue by the highest UK court for a century.

  6. Legal news
    24 May 2019
    Frontline UK – Edition 5

    The latest UK Frontline case updates from our International HR team.

  7. Legal news
    28 November 2019
    Christmas parties in the workplace: how to avoid a HR headache

    It's that time of the year when the tinsel and mince pies come out far too soon and it's acceptable to wear questionable knitwear to work. In office life, Christmas is practically synonymous with a lavish office party ...

  8. Legal news
    28 May 2019
    Off-Payroll Working: Preparing for the proposed changes to IR35 before 2020

    As part of the government's crackdown on 'disguised employment', the IR35 ‘off-payroll’ rules that apply to the public sector will be extended to the private sector.