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  • Collyer Bristow LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • February 22 2017

The ever increasing presence of social media in our lives is undeniable. In 2016 Facebook remains the world’s most popular social networking site with

Expert commentary: Pimlico Plumbers is as significant as the Uber case
  • Taylor Wessing
  • United Kingdom
  • February 10 2017

Today’s Court of Appeal judgment is at least as significant as the Uber one on the worker status of drivers. First, it is a senior Court of Appeal

Uber, CitySprint, Deliveroo time for change?
  • Dentons
  • United Kingdom
  • January 31 2017

The negative press around gig economy working has been prevalent over the past few months. Below, we take a look at the most significant developments

National Minimum Wage - more important now than ever?
  • Leigh Day
  • United Kingdom
  • January 24 2017

The National Minimum Wage, which will be renamed the National Living Wage from April 2017 for those aged over 25, was first implemented in 1999 after

Employment: the good, the bad and the ugly of social media
  • Michelmores LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • January 20 2017

Social media has become part of everyday life, but it can raise challenging employment issues if an employee posts inappropriate comments or pictures

UK Corporate Briefing - Winter 2017
  • Dentons
  • European Union, United Kingdom
  • January 19 2017

Welcome to the first 2017 edition of Denton's UK Corporate Briefing, a quarterly summary of the most

The UK Employment Tribunal Uber Ruling: What Does it Mean for the Gig Economy?
  • McCann FitzGerald
  • European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom
  • January 13 2017

The complex employment law issues associated with the "collaborative" or "gig" economy were highlighted by the recent UK Employment Tribunal decision

English Law Year in Review 2016 and Year to Come 2017
  • Linklaters LLP
  • European Union, United Kingdom
  • January 5 2017

The High Court in November ruled that the government did not have the constitutional authority to trigger Article 50. The Supreme Court’s judgment on

Eversheds’ Consumer Outlook for 2017
  • Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
  • European Union, United Kingdom
  • January 3 2017

What a difference 12 months makes Manufacturers must ensure that food packaging now carries declarations in respect of a number of nutritional

M&A Weekly Update 9-15 December 2016
  • Macfarlanes LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • December 16 2016

In this issue, we examine PERG's latest annual review of compliance with the Walker Guidelines, a new statement by AIM Regulation on the use of