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By Nick Tsatsas
The Football Association (The FA) had something of an annus horribilis in 2017, attracting widespread criticism for the way in which it handled England Women's Eniola Aluko's complaints of racism ...
By Simon Conroy
Spotify has 50 million paying customers and generates annual revenue of around $3 billion.
By Tony Watts
MiFID II came into force on 3 January, imposing very extensive changes to the regulatory regime for investment firms and other participants in investment markets.
By Simon Deane-Johns
2018 is a game changer when it comes to retail charges for payments, loyalty schemes, retail banking and payment services generally.
By William Addis
It's the start of a new year. Many people are returning to work in the New Year with fresh enthusiasm...
By Steven Conway
In what was a remarkable result, a discontinuance on a claim for workplace stress, bullying and harassment has been secured, two days before the start of a four day trial, despite liability having been admitted.
By Tony Watts
Public Law analysis: Tony Watts, a consultant solicitor at Keystone Law, says the biggest questions for UK lawyers may concern what will be the impact and role of the European Supervisory Authorities ...
By Michelle Last
The Christmas and New Year period is one of the busiest times for employment lawyers with many reflecting on the past year and setting future goals.
By Sofia Syed
Just last week, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) handed down a decision that could have significant implications for employers who have not paid holiday pay to individuals...
By Ben Garbett, Deborah Swanwick
Introduced in 2012 as one of a series of initiatives with the aim of increasing the supply of homes available for rent in the private sector, some people have hailed ...
By Stephen Levinson
Stephen Levinson looks at the benefits, challenges and practical issues involved in introducing an in-house mediation scheme.
By Oliver Smith
Christmas can be a boom time for online retailers and bargain-hunting consumers alike. At the same time however, lurking on the Dark Web are fraudsters and rogue employees looking to ruin your festive shopping spree.
By David Jepps
HMRC gives employers an allowance of £150 per employee towards a Christmas party, but such events can potentially be far more costly for employers, as David Jepps discusses in this article.
By Sarah Needham
Preparing for the GDPR is an item on most businesses' agendas by now. Inundated with marketing emails and written content from various providers...
By Nigel Forsyth
"(Substitute) me for him; (Substitute) my coke for gin; (Substitute) you for my mum; At least I'll get my washing done."