Private Practice

IP & Technology

  • Excellent opening for a PSL with experience in IP and Technology to join our exceptional practice
  • Our IPT practice encompasses nearly 500 dedicated lawyers in more than 24 countries
  • You'll work on specific projects/initiatives, producing precedents, know-how guidance and manuals for internal use
  • You'll have at least 4 years of PQE in a comparable firm, with wide-ranging commercial/transactional experience
  • Experience in outsourcing, data protection or general commercial work is required

DLA Piper UK LLP

DLA Piper is a global law firm that provides its clients with legal and business solutions locally, regionally and internationally across a broad range of disciplines.

https://www.dlapiper.com/en/uk/

Number of Lawyers: 800+

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Latest articles from DLA Piper UK LLP
Paranoid delusions may not amount to disability

An employee who suffered from paranoid delusions that affected his time-keeping, attendance and record-keeping was found not to have a disability for

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Compulsory purchase orders in Scotland - can they help deliver new space for life in the new normal?

Local provision of essential services has become more important than ever in the "new normal" of the global coronavirus outbreak. We may all need to

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Residential evictions in England and Wales - an update

With the current stay on residential possession proceedings due to be lifted on 20 September 2020, new extended minimum notice periods for notices

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Board accountability for ESG - five governance tips

"What oversight should our board exercise over the environmental and social performance of our business?", is the question of the moment from clients

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Revision of competition rules governing vertical agreements

The European Commission (EC) has recently confirmed that it will be revising the current EU Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Regulation (VABER) and

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EAT holds that (some) foster carers are employees

We wrote in October that the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) was hearing an appeal in the case of Glasgow City Council v. Johnstone UKEATS001118

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Can unguaranteed work constitute alternative employment in redundancy situations?

Before employers dismiss an employee by reason of redundancy, they have a responsibility to take reasonable steps to look for an alternative to

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Real estate joint ventures - five key points

As we head towards the last part of 2020 in the midst of a recession and some of the most challenging business conditions many have ever faced, it is

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COVID-19 and the UK labour market: is it time for an occupational change?

Apparently not yet, according to a recent report from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The ONS report looked at the implications of the

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Measure What You Treasure - Biodiversity Net Gain Measurement and Enforcement

The last blog in our Natural Capital series summarised the biodiversity net gain (BNG) framework in the Environment Bill (the Bill)- particularly

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COVID-19 and Scottish commercial real estate September 2020 snapshot

As Scotland gradually navigates its way out of lockdown, here is an updated snapshot summarising, in one place, the key COVID-19 legal developments

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COVID-19 and real estate in England and Wales September 2020 snapshot

In this updated snapshot we summarise, in one place, the key COVID-19 legal developments affecting commercial real estate in England and Wales. To

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The UK government ushers in a new phase of ESG legal liability

The last week of August is not usually the time for a step change in the law, but 2020 is no ordinary year and last month was no ordinary August. The

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Can re-engagement be ordered if the employer believes that trust and confidence have broken down?

This question was considered in the recent case of Kelly v. PGA European Tour. Mr Kelly, who had begun employment with the PGA in 1989, was dismissed

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Latest progress towards UK carbon capture and storage and hydrogen industries

On 17 August 2020, the UK's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) published five new policy documents on carbon capture

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UK trials self-isolation payments in highest risk areas

The UK government is rolling out a trial of payments to people on low incomes who need to self-isolate due to COVID-19 and cannot work from home. The

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UK points-based immigration system: further details statement

In our May newsletter, we brought you details of the new points-based immigration system that the UK is to introduce on 1 January 2021. This was

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Close to home - modern slavery in Leicester

The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA) was designed to address the evolving nature of trafficking and slavery in the modern world. It created three types

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Five million people provide unpaid care in the UK: what are their rights?

In the UK, all employees have the right to take "reasonable" time off to deal with emergencies involving a dependant. This is known as dependants'

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How to support employees' mental well-being?

World Suicide Prevention Day will take place this year on 10 September, the theme being "working together to prevent suicide". At a time where we

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