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Paying different dividends to different share classes: as easy as A, B, C?

United Kingdom - June 16 2017 Giving a company the ability to pay different rates of dividend to different shareholders can be a useful tool. One way to achieve this is to give

Warranty and Indemnity Insurance - the what, why and how of it?

United Kingdom - June 13 2017 Whilst the use of W&I Insurance in M&A transactions has been available for some time, its use has increased dramatically in the past few years

Applying game theory to HR

United Kingdom, USA - November 16 2017 The influence of game theory, developed in the 1950s by Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr, has been huge. It provides a formal

Tech solution providers Getting Data Protection Ready

European Union - July 27 2017 The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), takes effect from 25 May 2018, and brings about important privacy changes that will impact most

The FIFA World Cup 2018 - Ambush Marketing and the Law

Global - July 20 2017 The FIFA World Cup 2018 - Ambush Marketing and the Law Inside What is ambush marketing? Legal Controls Non legal tactics Top tips run up to the Word

Our latest Brexit update on immigration

European Union, United Kingdom - November 16 2017 The UK Government published a Brexit update with the notion that it would relieve worried EEA nationals in the UK and let everyone see how lovely the

Applying game theory to HR

United Kingdom, USA - November 16 2017 The influence of game theory, developed in the 1950s by Nobel Prize-winning mathematician John Forbes Nash Jr, has been huge. It provides a formal

Full Employment Tribunal fees refunds scheme now open

United Kingdom - November 16 2017 After a brief pilot scheme, the full scheme for refunding Employment Tribunal (“ET”) fees is now open for use by both claimants and respondents. The

Deliveroo defends union recognition application by demonstrating its riders are genuinely self-employed

United Kingdom - November 15 2017 The Central Arbitration Committee (“CAC”) has rejected an application from the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain (“IWGB”) for collective

Uber’s worker status appeal rejected

United Kingdom, USA - November 10 2017 The Employment Appeal Tribunal (“EAT”) has upheld the decision of an Employment Tribunal (“ET”) that drivers engaged by Uber are “workers” rather than