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Is your employment advice really "off the record"? - the decision of X v Y, now on the record as Curless v Shell International Limited ("Shell"), in the Court of Appeal on 2 and 3 October is awaited...

United Kingdom - October 2 2019 The normal rule is that legal advice is “off the record” and not disclosable in litigation. There is an exception to this rule which is that if legal…

Joanna Chatterton, Parissa Torabi.

What about the employees of Thomas Cook?

United Kingdom - September 27 2019 With the sad news that Thomas Cook entered into compulsory liquidation on Monday 23 September 2019, understandably the headlines have focused on the…

SMCR for insurers: handling disciplinaries under the new regime

United Kingdom - September 26 2019 The focus for most insurers has been on implementing the big new processes that the SMCR entails, namely…

Chris Finney, Jane Mann, Joanna Chatterton, Peter Wright, Sebastian Sayer.

Implementing the SMCR within insurance companies - don't forget your Conduct Rule Staff!

United Kingdom - September 20 2019 In the process of implementing the SMCR, Conduct Rule staff may have been overlooked. Your initial focus will have been on your Senior Management…

Chris Finney, Jane Mann, Joanna Chatterton, Peter Wright, Sebastian Sayer.

Insurers hiring and employing certified staff under the SMCR - are your processes fit for purpose?

United Kingdom - September 11 2019 With insurers focussed on getting processes in place for certifying relevant staff and developing systems to manage the regulatory referencing regime…

Chris Finney, Jane Mann, Joanna Chatterton, Peter Wright, Sebastian Sayer.