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iLaw congratulates film-makers on successful UK launch of Vita & Virginia
iLaw’s specialist production lawyers have congratulated the makers of the historic biopic, Vita & Virginia, on the film’s UK launch.
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ICO crackdown on GDPR non-compliance – a stark warning to others
Recently, the Information Commissioner’s Office announced its intention to issue two landmark fines – £183 million against British Airways and
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Experienced Trade Mark Attorney welcomed to the team
We are seeking to expand our existing intellectual property expertise with the appointment of a dedicated Trade Mark Attorney, Andrew
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Government announce proposal to revamp sick pay eligibility
The Government has announced new proposals that would see around two million low-paid workers receive statutory sick pay for the
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Less than a third of men taking parental leave
The latest research into parental leave has found that less than one in three new fathers are failing to take
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Preparing for IR35
The Government’s changes to IR35 come in to effect on 6 April 2020. IR35 is the collective term for off-payroll
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Prime Minister considering new paid paternity policy
Prime Minister Theresa May is considering offering fathers 12 weeks’ paid paternity leave as one of her ‘legacy’ policies before
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MPs call for ban on NDA ‘gaggling clauses’
MPs are leading calls for a ban on non-disclosure agreements (NDA) which are being used by employers to silence employees
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High Court shuts down investment firm that lost millions in investors’ capital
The High Court has shut down an investment firm after it failed to pay back millions of pounds of investors’
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Amazon urged to consider improving UK working conditions
Trade Unions are leading calls for pressure to be put on Amazon to improve the working conditions for its employees
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