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Press07 January 2019
James Davies has commented in an article which discusses and compares discrimination in the workplace in Britain and the Netherlands.
Richard Miskella comments for The Telegraph: Is this new app the answer to reporting workplace harassment?
Press21 December 2018
Richard Miskella has commented in an article for The Telegraph which discusses the Government's crack down on misconduct in the workplace with a commitment to draft a new statutory code of practice that will aim to tackle sexual harassment at work.
Joanna Hunt writes for Architects' Journal: How can architecture benefit from the Exceptional Talent visa route?
Press20 December 2018
In an article for Architects' Journal, Joanna Hunt examines the extension of the Home Office’s Tier 1 category to cover architects wanting to work in the UK.
Press18 December 2018
Richard Miskella has commented for HR managzine on the government's announcement that it will work with the EHRC on a new code
Press17 December 2018
James Davies commented in an article for The Telegraph discussing how capitalised emails are equivalent to shouting at employees in person and can lead to complaints or disciplinary action.
Sam Minshall comments for Sky News, The Telegraph, The Independant and ITV: Olympic cyclist Jess Varnish's sex discrimination case against UK Sport and British Cycling begins
Press10 December 2018
Sam Minshall has commented in articles for Sky News and The Telegraph which discuss Olympic cyclist Jess Varnish's sex discrimination case against UK Sport and British Cycling.
Sam Minshall comments for Cyclist: Jess Varnish case could lead to ‘wholesale change in the treatment of athletes’
Press07 December 2018
Sam Minshall has commented in an article for Cyclist which discusses the potential wider implications of the imminent court case for athletes involving track sprinter Jess Varnish, who is arguing her status as an employee rather than self-employed.
Press05 December 2018
In this article Laura Farnsworth discusses the benefits of lawyers working part time as well as discussing how Lewis Silkin’s low cost, fixed fee service rockhopper has helped support lawyers who wish to work part time.
Joanna Hunt comments for The Times: Chinese and Indian students driving growth in non-EU net migration
Press30 November 2018
Joanna Hunt has commented in an article for The Times which discusses growth in non-EU net migration.
Press22 November 2018
Andrew Osborne's comments on the effect of Brexit on foreign player imports to the Premier League have been featured for ESPN, Mail Online and Bloomberg.
Andrew Osborne comments for Bloomberg: Soccer's Brexit Fight Heats Up as Clubs Resist Curbs on Imports
Press16 November 2018
Andrew Osborne has commented in an article for Bloomberg which discusses the implications of Brexit on top English football clubs.
Andrew Osborne comments for Inside World Football: FA’s Brexit proposal on foreign player quotas breaks current immigration rules
Press15 November 2018
Andrew Osborne has commented on an article for Inside World Football which discusses The FA's Brexit proposal on foreign player quotas.
Press02 November 2018
Joanna Hunt has written an article for Free Movement which questions how easy it is to buy British Citizenship.
Press26 October 2018
James Davies has taken part in a Q+A for LexisNexis in which he discusses the implications on employers and legal practitioners of the government introducing mandatory ethnicity pay reporting by employers to promote transparency and equality in the workplace.
Richard Miskella writes for The Drum: 'Businessman' injunction: what can and can't be published in press and social media
Press25 October 2018
Richard Miskella has written an article for The Drum which discusses the recent injunction put in place by a 'leading businessman' against Telegraph Media Group.
Colin Leckey writes for The HR Director: Ethnicity pay equality – gender pay gap-style reporting won’t work
Press23 October 2018
Colin Leckey has contributed to an article for The HR Director in which he discusses the proposed new law which requests feedback on the sort of information that employers should be required to publish and whether this should follow current gender pay gap reporting rules.
Press18 October 2018
In a segment for BBC Business Daily, Ellen Temperton discusses an employee’s right to privacy in relation to work emails outside of normal work hours.
Press18 October 2018
In this article for Accountancy Age, Karen Baxter looks at how the role of settlement agreements may have kept abusive behaviour quiet in accountancy firms.
Andrew Osborne comments for Relocate Magazine: Businesses uneasy over post-Brexit immigration policy
Press04 October 2018
In an article for Relocate Magazine, Andrew Osborne discusses the immigration proposals coming out of the Conservative party conference.
Joanna Hunt writes for Free Movement: 10 things we (might) now know about the post-Brexit immigration system
Press04 October 2018
In an article for Free Movement, Joanna Hunt looks into the conclusions we can draw for the post-Brexit immigration system will look like, now that we have a picture emerging of what this may look like.