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“Clients say ‘they’re very good at knowledge-sharing’.”

Chambers UK, 2016

21 February 2017 - News

Financial Times: Uber struggles with ethical concerns

Partner Yvonne Gallagher has shared her views on a former Uber engineer’s sexual harassment complaint in an article for the Financial Times. In light of a recent blog, which has now gone viral, the female engineer describes how she was…

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13 February 2017 - News

Pimlico Plumbers ruling: knock-on effect for “gig” economy?

A ruling by the Court of Appeal, in favour of a plumber who has won the right to be classed as a ‘worker,’ could have wider implications for the “gig” economy and flexible workforces. The decision, which ruled against Pimlico Plumbers…

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09 February 2017 - eBulletins

Data & Privacy: The latest on Trump, GDPR prep, proposals for a new E-Privacy Regulation and recent lessons learnt

Welcome to our first eBulletin of 2017. We’ve made it through what’s been an eventful January from both a political and data and privacy perspective. In this eBulletin we reflect on some of the key developments since October 2016.

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08 February 2017 - Articles

Personnel Today: Insecure work up 27% in five years says TUC

Yvonne Gallagher talks to Personnel Today about how flexible working arrangements and the "gig" economy are helping people find their way back to work.

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06 February 2017 - News

Reverse cross-border merger: a result of Brexit and the first of many?

The High Court has for the first time approved a reverse cross-border merger, in this case between a UK company (Formenta Ltd) and its Italian subsidiary (Newco Immobiliare S.R.L.). The effect of the transaction is that the UK parent company…

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02 February 2017 - Articles

Personnel Today: Mental health at work

Howard Hymanson and Charlie Thompson explore what employers need to consider when it comes to mental health in the workplace and the cause behind the issues in a feature for Personnel Today.

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