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iLaw gets behind innovative art installation at the RSA
City of London commercial legal firm iLaw is focused on assisting some of the UK’s most innovative projects and companies,
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iLaw assists TV personality and entrepreneur, Spencer Matthews, with launch of low-alcohol drinks company
Spencer Matthews’ The Clean Liquor Company has released its first product, CleanGin, after seeking expert advice from innovative legal firm
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Tech companies accused of discriminating against BAME tech candidates
London tech companies recruiting for new roles in London have been accused of hiring from a narrow pool of predominantly
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iLaw lends blockchain expertise to international conference
iLaw was recently asked to share its specialist knowledge of legal issues relating to blockchain investments, at an international conference
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Banksy takes on greetings card company in IP dispute
A greetings card company has defended its legal position after street artist Banksy accused it of selling fake merchandise. Disputing
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More than one million workers denied legal working rights
According to a new report by the Resolution Foundation think tank, a significant number of workers in the UK are
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BBC news presenter loses appeal over IR35 tax bill
Television news presenter Christa Ackroyd has lost an appeal at the Upper Tribunal over her tax status at the BBC.
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Six steps to the perfect shareholder agreement
Justin Ellis, a Solicitor with iLaw, who specialises in shareholder and investment agreements, explains how a well drafted shareholder agreement
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Think-tank calling for freelancers to be paid higher minimum wage
The Demos think tank is calling for contractors and other flexible workers to be provided with a higher minimum wage
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iLaw Employment lawyer responds to Com Res study on “sickies”
Com Res working with the BBC has released a report on “sickies”,which found that two in five adults would fake
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