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Decision Time: Patton Boggs Partners Mull Merger With Squire Sanders  [Video]

May 21, 2014 (Mimesis Law) -- Beleaguered after years of carrying too many lawyers and not enough work, law and lobbying firm Patton Boggs has tried and failed several times to merge with another law firm. Casey Sullivan, law...more

Employment Law update newsletter from DKLM LLP (UK)

UK Employment Law Update – October 2013 Following on from the recent costs litigation between Lord Sugar’s company and 2010 Apprentice winner Stella English, this employment law update includes a Q&A about the costs regime...more

Q&A - Costs in the UK Employment Tribunal

A short Q&A about the costs regime in the UK Employment Tribunal

A short Q&A about the costs regime in the UK Employment Tribunal by leading UK law firm DKLM LLP. ...more

A short introduction to UK employment law for Chinese Businesses

A short introduction to UK employment law for Chinese Businesses This note sets out a précis of some of the issues that Chinese businesses may wish to consider when establishing, or furthering, a commercial presence in the...more

DKLM Employment law Services

Do your clients need UK employment law advice? Here is a summary of the employment law services offered by DKLM LLP, London, UK. ...more

UK Employment Law Update - July 2013

Important changes to UK Employment Law July 2013

This 2 page overview explains the key changes to UK employment law that were brought into force in July 2013, by Philip Henson, Partner and Head of Employment law at DKLM LLP (p.henson@dklm.co.uk) ...more

Instruct+

Society of Solicitor Advocates announce launch of Instruct+ App...more

Far reaching changes to Employment Tribunals are imminent

The launch of the “resolving workplace disputes” consultation by the Department for Innovation, Business and Skills (BIS) is described as being the next step in the Governments comprehensive review of employment laws. In...more

Romano vs. Steelcase

Employee Has No Expectation of Privacy in Facebook and Myspace Content

A trial court held that a plaintiff had no reasonable expectation of privacy in what she posted to her Facebook and MySpace pages, regardless of her individual privacy settings. Employers can apply the court’s decision to...more

UK Employment Law Review - 1 October 2010 - Bargate Murray Solicitors (London)

BARGATE MURRAY - QUARTERLY EMPLOYMENT LAW REVIEW A new Era begins... Philip Henson, Partner in the City of London law firm Bargate Murray looks to how business leaders and HR practitioners should be prepared for changes...more

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