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

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In a unanimous judgment, the Court of Appeal has decided that a scheme rule which provides death benefits to the unmarried partner of a scheme member

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The cookie compliance requirements in the UK have recently been overhauled to make it crystal clear that GDPR level consent is now needed to set most

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The Companies (Directors' Remuneration Policy and Directors' Remuneration Report) Regulations 2019 came into force on 10 June 2019, implementing

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A settlement agreement, like any other contract, requires consideration (broadly, the provision of something of value) to be binding. This can be

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Confidentiality clauses are an important protection for parties wishing to share information. Will the confidentiality in your agreement be

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On 13 June 2019, the UK government published its response to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee's report on "Executive rewards:

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Preparing for, and being involved in, litigation is costly and time-consuming for companies. Many hours of staff time might be diverted, thus

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Although the UK government has always said that an international agreement would be the best solution to ensure that digital platform businesses that

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