Private Practice

Employment Law Associate

Employment Law Associate

  • Junior to mid-level employment lawyer required by leading US law firm
  • The role is available for an immediate start
  • Mix of contentious, non-contentious and corporate support work
  • Reports to principal partner in a small friendly team
  • Good pay and friendly, supportive team, excellent quality work

Paul Hastings LLP

Paul Hastings is a leading international law firm that provides innovative legal solutions to many of the world’s top financial institutions and Fortune Global 500 companies.

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IR35 changes in April 2020: what should Fintech companies do now to minimise its impact?

Many financial services companies and consultancies operating in the sector rely heavily on IT contractors and project managers and others who operate

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Court of Appeal guidance on impact of linked companies’ financial resources when considering fines

Two recent Court of Appeal decisions have provided guidance on when the financial resources of linked companies should be considered when determining

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New form Section 21 Notice issued as Tenant Fees Act becomes law

To coincide with the Tenant Fees Act 2019 (TFA) coming into force on 1 June 2019, as highlighted in our previous article, the government has

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Financial sanctions: OFSI imposes its first monetary penalty for breach of financial sanctions:

As we previously reported in June 2017, under the Policing and Crime Act 2017, the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) was granted

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What will MLD5 mean for the regulation of Cryptoassets?

In April 2019, the UK government opened its consultation on transposing the Fifth Money Laundering Directive (MLD5) into national law by the 10

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FCA consultation on Cryptoassets brings welcome clarity on extent of regulatory perimeter

On 23 January 2019, the FCA published a consultation on Guidance on Cryptoassets (CP193). The consultation ran for 10 weeks and the FCA intends to

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A view on the FinTech landscape today and regulatory challenges

Professor John (Iannis) Mourmouras, Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Greece, recently gave a wide-ranging speech at Cornell University entitled

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European developments in regulation: regulatory sandboxes and innovation hubs

On 7 January 2019, the European Supervisory Authorities (ESAs) published a joint Report on innovation facilitators (regulatory sandboxes and

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People with significant control register and trust registration service to become integrated into client due diligence requirements

UK entities that are required to carry out client due diligence (CDD) will have to refer to the people with significant control (PSC) register and

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UK Companies House gets real about corporate transparency

Individual directors and people with significant control (PSCs) of companies, as well as those who present information for filing at Companies House

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Fundamental changes to the Trust Registration Service due in 2020

The much maligned Trust Registration Service (TRS) will undergo fundamental changes in 2020. The changes were outlined in the government’s

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When cyber crisis strikes what do you do?

In the current business climate, most companies don’t have a choice as to whether they digitally transform their businesses to compete. But the more

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Funds Legal Update 13 May 2019

On 1 May 2019, the FCA outlined plans to fulfil an earlier commitment to evaluate the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) and Financial Advice Market

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Will blockchain drive the evolution of cognitive supply chains?

Cognitive supply chains could help solve some of the challenges facing traditional supply chains: lack of transparency and uniformity; inability

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No-deal Brexit Risks for UK groups with German subsidiaries due to non-applicability of the Parent-Subsidiary Directive

After the UK Parliament failed to approve the draft EU-UK Withdrawal Deal, the UK and the EU agreed to extend the “article 50” notice period to 31

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Funds Legal Update 7 May 2019

It continues to be a busy period for the FCA. We take a look at its approach to the future of conduct regulation and feedback on its duty of care

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Increased consumer protection in the UK: CMA proposed reforms to existing competition and consumer protection regimes

In February, the CMA published a series of proposed reforms designed to address its concerns with its abilities under the current legal framework to

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Consumer Update May 2019

Welcome to Osborne Clarke’s Consumer Update. This Update takes a bite-sized and practical look at recent legal and regulatory developments in consumer

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BEIS Committee report Executive rewards: paying for success

On 26 March 2019, the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee published its report ‘Executive rewards: paying for success‘. The report is

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Employment-related securities HMRC updates

HMRC published ERS Bulletin 31 on 21 March 2019, which covers a number of developments on employment-related securities. These primarily relate to

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