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10 July 2018

Lexology scorecard: June 2018

In this scorecard, we look at key data from June 2018 on Lexology including the most popular articles, topics, jurisdictions and work areas.   

05 July 2018

The gig economy in court – implications for employers

Pimlico Plumbers : lifting the lid on misclassification claims? The UK Supreme Court’s recent judgment in Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Smith has brought the hazy status of workers operating in the gig economy back into the spotlight – and Lexology readers far and wide have taken notice. Although the case ...   

02 July 2018

Brexit: contingency planning for in-house counsel

At the end of last week the Council of Europe met to discuss Brexit, among other issues. This meeting might not have been as significant as the October Council meeting later this year, but it is nearly two years since the referendum and only nine months remain until a potential disorderly UK exit. Given the lack of clarity to date and the complicated possible permutations, what should in-house counsel focus on to get their businesses ready for the transition period and eventual Brexit?   

26 June 2018

Introducing… Clipping and Sharing

Lexology is proud to present the new Clipping and Sharing feature. Clipping and Sharing is an integrated research and knowledge management tool to help you carry out fast, effective research. Save information as you read, cutting anything from a few words to entire articles to keep in your own personalised folders.   

07 June 2018

Lexology scorecard: May 2018

In this scorecard, we look at key data from May 2018 on Lexology including the most popular articles, topics, jurisdictions and work areas.   

01 June 2018

Cannabusiness changes cause cross-border confusion

In March 2018, the Senate of Canada passed the Cannabis Act in a landmark vote that will legalize recreational cannabis in Canada. With the potential to have a big impact on businesses – whether from the standpoint of employment, international trade, new markets or changing regulation – our Lexology contributors are providing detailed coverage of the issues as they unfold.   


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