In this article we discuss the UK’s post-Brexit immigration rules, and the ways businesses can prepare for the end of free movement.
Covid-19 and UK immigration: The implications of the coronavirus pandemic for employers and employees
In light of the coronavirus crisis, the UK Home Office has introduced a series of temporary concessions to protect Tier 2, 4 and 5 sponsors and their affected employees during the pandemic, together with a number of wider concessions that benefit employers.
This article highlights some considerations for UK employers during the coronavirus pandemic – how best to navigate the commercial and financial challenges.
Statkraft will take on Vattenfall’s existing electric vehicle charging network staff in the UK and will manage, operate and maintain its charging stations.
With the quarantine of a cruise liner in Japan, the implications of the coronavirus outbreak are now being felt by the travel and leisure sector. We examine the implications for cruise lines, travel insurers and employers.
Now that Brexit has taken place, the UK has entered a transition period that will last until 31 December 2020, commencing a countdown for EEA nationals and their family members to secure their long term right to live and work in the UK.
We have promoted eight lawyers to the firm’s partnership for 2019.
Our first Breakfast Briefing of 2019 discussed the issue of employment status.
What is the importance of establishing the exact date when a contract of employment has come to an end?
We advised insurance intermediary group Global Risk Partners Ltd on its acquisition of a majority stake in Camberford Law Plc.