In the Press

21 November 2019 – Personnel Today – Two-fifths of workers would fake a sick day

A recent poll found that Two-fifths of workers would “pull a sickie” and Julian Cox our head of employment has shared his expertise. Read the full story here.


5 November 2019 – HR Review – McDonald’s Easterbrook defended by other CEOs

In light of the dismissal of Steve Easterbrook, CEO of McDonald’s, Julian Cox has shared his thoughts and advice on workplace relationships. Read the full story here.


16 October 2019 – The Times – Judge whistleblower ruling will focus spotlight on ‘crisis’ in courts

Julian Cox has commented on a unique decision in the Supreme Court that may pave the way for office-holders beyond the judiciary to attain certain employment rights. Read the full story here.


15 October 2019 – HR Magazine – Queen’s Speech: Workers’ rights, pensions and immigration

Following the Queen’s Speech, Julian Cox Head of Employment at iLaw has offered his thoughts on the Good Work Plan. Read the full story here.


15 October 2019 – HR Review – Queen’s speech good news for IPSE and Good Work Plan legislation

Our team have offered our thoughts on the proposals for the Good Work Plan. Read the full story here.


14 October 2019 – Personnel Today – Queen’s Speech: Points-based immigration and Good Work Plan feature

Julian Cox has shared his thoughts on the Queen’s Speech and confirmation of the Good Work Plan. Read the full story here.


11 October 2019 – Recruiting Times – Employers and agencies face onerous tasks under latest IR35 proposals, warns iLaw

The clock is ticking for businesses to prepare for the new IR35 regulations and so we have highlighted the difficult task ahead. Read the full story here.


13 September 2019 – HR Magazine – Working hours cap unrealistic, finds report

 Julian Cox has shared his thoughts on a report which found that the introduction of a shorter working week would be ‘unrealistic’. Read the full story here.


12 September 2019 – Personnel Today – Shorter working week would be ‘unrealistic’, report finds

A new report has found that the introduction of a shorter working week would be ‘unrealistic’ in the UK and Julian Cox has shared his thoughts on what this means. Read the full story here.


26 July 2019 – World Trademark ReviewInfluencers scams, Apple purchases Intel IP, and trademark implications of PM Boris Johnson: news digest

The exciting appointment of Andrew Murch has made headlines in the weekly news digest of the World Trademark Review. Read the fully story here.


16 July 2019 – The Times – Concern over ‘radical overhaul’ of whistleblowing law

Julian Cox, Head of Employment at iLaw has issued a warning about the ‘radical overhaul’ of whistleblowing laws in the UK in light of comments from the all-party parliamentary group for whistleblowing. Read the full story here


15 July 2019 – Personnel Today – Government plans to widen statutory sick pay and improve workplace health

The Government is looking to introduce a package of policies intended to widen statutory sick pay and improve workplace health. Julian Cox, Head of Employment at iLaw has shared his thoughts with Personnel Today about what the changes may mean for employers. Read the full story here


9 July 2019 – London Loves Business £183m fine against BA for data breach shows ICO is taking GDPR seriously

The significant fine against British Airways made big news as one of the first large GDPR fines issues against a business in the UK. Our Director, Justin Ellis, provided his thoughts on this fine to the media. Read the full story here.


8 July 2019 – The TelegraphDeutsche Bank’s day of despair: as it happened

As thousands of Deutsche Bank employees learned about their fate, Julian Cox, Head of Employment at iLaw provided advice to The Telegraph’s readers on settlement agreements. Read the full story here


8 July 2019 – The Independent – Deutsche Bank employees sent home as German lender culls 18,000 staff

Our Head of Employment at iLaw, Julian Cox, was on hand to provide his expertise to The Independent on the high-profile redundancies at Deutsche Bank. Read the full story here


1 July 2019 – HR ReviewUK’s gig economy workforce has doubled since 2016, TUC and FEPS-backed research shows

The number of people doing gig economy work has doubled in just three years, but it has brought new challenges which Julian Cox has shared his thoughts on with HR Review. Read the full story here.


10 May 2019 – World Trademark Review – Scotch Whisky in Korea, Pakistan IPO tackles fakes, and Samsung domain: news digest

Mark Culbert, our Director has spoken with World Trademark Review about the ongoing case in which we are representing COTSWOLD LASHES BY TIFFANY in a trade mark dispute against world-famous jewellers Tiffany & Co. Read the full story here.


6 February 2019 – London Loves Business – iLaw supports small businesses in the UK through Theo Paphitis

We supported this year’s Small Business Sunday event in Birmingham which is headed by our closed contact Theo Paphitis. Read the full story here.


16 April 2019 – London Loves Business – iLaw aims to claim a stake in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry

The appointment of Allan Murray to our team has allowed us to expand our expertise in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry. Read the full story here.

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