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High Court judge rejects defendant’s application to extend hearing
A High Court judge has blocked a defendant’s application to have their case moved out of the shorter trial scheme,
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What does the ‘Good Work Plan’ mean for businesses?
The Government has recently implemented the ‘Good Work Plan’ with the aim to improve the employment rights and workers. As
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Goldman Sachs accepts multi-million-pound fine for legal failures
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined the global investment and financial services company Goldman Sachs more than £34 million
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MPs leading calls for big UK firms to cap executive pay
A committee of MPs have made a series of recommendations in a bid to help restore trust over payments to
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iLaw assists with international sale of UK hedge fund to US investment giant
iLaw has acted for a UK hedge fund in its successful multi-million-pound sale to a large US asset management firm.
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Government announce plans to change legislation surrounding NDAs
The Government has announced that the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) and other forms of gagging orders to prevent workers
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BBC set to be investigated by Equality Watchdog over pay discrimination
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is set to face a formal investigation by the Equality Watchdog over allegations that men
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Five firms fined for breaking competition rules
Five property refurbishment firms have been fined more than £7 million for breaking competition laws, a report has revealed.
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International Women’s Day: Government to increase number of female entrepreneurs by 50 per cent
The Government plans to increase the number of female entrepreneurs in Britain by 50 per cent. The proposals have been
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BNY Mellon controversy highlights the need for employees to seek greater advice on flexible working, according to iLaw
The employment law team at innovative London law firm, iLaw, has said that employees should know their legal rights to
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