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Tech Transformation Knowledge

  • Unique opening for a Tech Transformation Knowledge Lawyer to join our growing international firm in Bristol
  • The technological and digital revolution is transforming business models and re-writing ways of operating for clients
  • You'll focus on interpreting what this revolution means for our clients and on how we support them
  • You'll work on developments from a range of areas - including AI, robotics & drone, blockchain, VR, and digital health
  • You'll have extensive fee earning (or equivalent) experience spanning advisory or transactional work

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UK Guidance on Returning to the Workplace: Managing Health and Safety Issues during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Following the UK government’s recent announcement of a COVID-19 recovery strategy, the government has published guidelines for working safely during

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COVID-19: 10 Practical Issues for UK Employers When Returning Employees to Work

The UK government has released its roadmap, “Our plan to rebuild: The UK Government’s COVID-19 recovery strategy,” as it looks to ease the lockdown

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City of Birmingham Issues FAQ Regarding Face Coverings and Modifies Shelter in Place Ordinance

On April 28. 2020, the City of Birmingham became the first municipality in Alabama to require face coverings in public places within the city. In

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Updated Guidance Related to the United Kingdom’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

On April 4, April 9, and April 15, 2020, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) updated the guidance for employers on the Coronavirus Job Retention

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UK Q&A: 11 Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Emergency Volunteering Leave During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Coronavirus Act (CA) 2020 was enacted on March 25, 2020, and

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UK Employment Alert: New Rules on Written Statements Will Take Effect on 6 April 2020

As part of the reforms introduced under the United Kingdom’s Good Work Plan, amendments to Section 1 of the Employment Rights Act 1996 (ERA) will

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COVID 19FAQs for United Kingdom Operations

The spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United Kingdom has caused employers to be increasingly concerned and uncertain regarding the

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U.K. National Health Service Launches Online Isolation Notes to Help Employees Provide Proof of Coronavirus Work Absences

On March 20, 2020, the U.K. National Health Service (NHS) launched online isolation notes to enable employees to provide evidence to their employers

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UK Government Releases Policy Statement on Points-Based Immigration System

The United Kingdom (UK) formally left the European Union (EU) on January 31, 2020, and entered a transition period that will officially end on

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UK Supreme Court Confirms Divergence in Pay for Maternity and Parental Leave Does Not Discriminate Against Men

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has refused leave to appeal in the case of Chief Constable of Leicester v. Hextall. The claimant had sought

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Brexit is Here! What Employers Need to Know About the UK’s Departure From the EU

On January 31, 2020, the United Kingdom formally left the European Union after 47 years of membership. However, for a transitional period that will

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UK Introduces Bereavement Leave Entitlement for Loss of Child or Stillbirth

The UK Parliament recently introduced a right to two weeks’ paid bereavement leave for employees who suffer the loss of a child or a stillbirth. The

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Separating the Good From the Bad: UK Supreme Court Clarifies “Blue Pencil” Test in Restraint of Trade Cases

On July 3, 2019, in a long-awaited judgment the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom clarified the correct approach to deciding whether words can be

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UK Supreme Court Delivers Blow to Criminal Record Disclosure System

The UK government has lost its case defending the multiple convictions rule, which requires an individual to disclose all spent convictions if he or

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Gender Pay Gap ReportingHappy Anniversary?

April 4, 2019 will mark the first anniversary of mandatory private-sector gender pay gap reporting in the United Kingdom. One year in, and

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UK Government Launches Consultation on Mandatory Ethnicity Pay Reporting

The Government of the United Kingdom (UK) has launched a series of measures to tackle barriers facing ethnic minorities in the workplace. Part of its

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UK Government Issues “Statement of Intent” to Address Post-Brexit Status of EU Nationals

On June 21, 2018, the government of the United Kingdom (UK) issued a "statement of intent" that provides further details on how citizens of the

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World Cup Fever in the Workplace: Leveraging the Event to Boost Employee Morale

The 2018 World Cup is now in full swing, and the frenzy that surrounds this event can create low productivity for businesses, with staff focused on

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UK Supreme Court confirms worker rights for “contractor” plumber

In Pimlico Plumbers Limited and another v Smith, the Supreme Court has confirmed that the Employment Tribunal was entitled to conclude that Gary Smith

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A New Regime: Changes to the Tax and National Insurance Contributions Treatment of Termination Payments in the UK to Take Effect on April 6, 2018

On April 6, 2018, there will be an important change to the way termination payments are taxed in the United Kingdom. New tax rules, which aim to

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