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should be taking in the wake of recent press coverage concerning
the parcel delivery giant Hermes.
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This is the masterclass rescheduled from 19 October 2016. As the last negotiations masterclass on Monday 5 September was such a success we are repeating the workshop for anyone who was unable to attend the first one.
For over 50 years, international treaties have provided protection for investment by companies abroad and for disputes concerning investment to be resolved by international arbitration rather than in local courts.
Join our Dentons Europe Partners Barton Legum and Anna Crevon as they provide an overview of what Investor-State arbitration is and why it is important for international companies. The Seminar will also consider how international companies may best ensure protection for their investments without the benefit of the TPP and other ambitious agreements that may no longer go forward.
During the briefing, Partner Ladislav Smejkal, Head of Dentons’ Litigation and Criminal Law practice in the Czech Republic, will discuss the new rules, in particular in relation to the role of compliance and possibility for legal entities to absolve themselves from criminal liability in light of the Supreme State Prosecutor’s new methodology.
The Uber case has hit the headlines because of the high profile name involved, but it is also a timely reminder to employers that they must take care when attempting to set up a contractor/self-employed status.
Through our Deloitte Military Transition and Talent Programme, we know the benefits of employing veterans first hand, yet it is clear that for many UK businesses, the benefit of such schemes is largely anecdotal.
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