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Brexit - Leaked immigration plans could be catastrophic for employers

Last week’s leaked memo on the Government’s immigration plans after the UK's departure from the EU has caused significant concern for employers. The Guardian newspaper revealed the memo which sets out detailed proposals including…

Getting ready for a new trade mark regime after Brexit

Trade marks and IP are emerging as another area of uncertainty for companies mulling the implications of Brexit. It is currently unclear exactly what trade mark landscape will emerge as a result of the Brexit negotiations, but UK tech…

Brexit – what next for EU citizens?

Negotiations for Brexit are underway and the UK Government has now set out its proposals relating to EU citizens currently living in the UK. The Government is proposing to introduce a new “settled status” in UK law for EU citizens…

“PROSPECTIVES” FOR FUTURE UK-EU RELATIONS

Please find here the newsletter with short reports from the University of Kent’s colloquium, NEW BI-LATERALISM? “PROSPECTIVES” FOR FUTURE UK-EU RELATIONS. The meeting was held in Brussels, Belgium, on March 17th, and Len Hawkes, lawyer…

United Kingdom: Employment law update – Top 10 changes for 6 April 2017

A number of important Employment Law changes will be taking place this April. We set out below the top ten changes that employers should be aware of. Top 10 changes coming into force on 6 April 2017: Gender Pay Gap Reporting Regulations:…