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We are delighted to share with you the recording of the recent IFSEA webinar, ‘The Rise and Demise of the Non-Compete?’ In this webinar, chaired by Mark Risk of Mark Risk PC, Dean M. Harvey (Partner at Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein LLP), James Hockin (Senior Associate at Withers),  Danny Kaufer (Senior Counsel & Co-Chair, Sports Law & Gaming Group at BLG), Dr. Johannes Traut (Partner at Seitz) and Cody Yorke (Partner at Outten […]

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Almost three years since the UK first plunged into lockdown as a result of the global pandemic, the seismic consequences of that lockdown continue to be seen today, not least through the new model of working which has become prevalent in this country and, indeed, throughout the world. With almost unanimous agreement that hybrid working, […]

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There has been a sharp rise in mass redundancies across the globe, in particular, amongst the tech giants such as Tik Tok, Klarna, Hello Fresh, Peloton, and others. In November 2022, Twitter, Meta, and Amazon entered the notorious list by announcing mass redundancies worldwide. In this article, Associate Yulia Fedorenko and Partner Merrill April explore the […]

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Welcome to the next edition of Employment Law Matters, our quarterly update on key issues in employment law. Every three months, we will send you a selection of the most important developments for employers in case law and legislation, including practical takeaways for employers as well as things to look forward to in the coming months. […]

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We are delighted to share Innangard’s podcast on the use and enforceability of post-termination restrictions (“PTRs”) in the employment relationship. In this episode, Partner Merrill April and Associate Naomi Latham of CM Murray LLP, Ulf Goeke of Seitz in Germany, Regan O’Driscoll of CC Solicitors in Ireland, Jef Michielsen of Bellaw in Belgium discuss the […]

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As the world’s biggest trial of the 4-day working week comes to an end, we discuss the key takeaways of the trial in the latest episode of our Ten-Minute Talk video series, with particular emphasis on multi-national employers and the financial sector.   In this episode, our Partner, Merrill April, and Associate, Yulia Fedorenko, discuss the following: […]

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Senior Executives on the move are understandably very focused on their new opportunity, and primarily on the terms of their new service agreement (and you can see some tips on this in our Little Book of Senior Executives Appointments & Agreements.)   But often in practice the other crucial issues be forgotten or left to the […]

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CM Murray LLP is delighted to announce our rankings in the newly published Chambers and Partners UK 2023. Partnership: Band 1 What the team is known for: CM Murray offers extensive expert coverage of partnership matters, with particular emphasis on contentious work. The firm’s key strengths are in the legal and financial services sectors, with […]

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Welcome to the first in our new series of quarterly updates on key issues in employment law. Every three months, we will send you a selection of the most important developments for employers in case law and legislation, including practical takeaways for employers as well as things to look forward to in the coming months.   CM […]

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Just over a century ago, at the end of the first Word War and following the foundation of the International Labour Organisation, the average work week for industrial workers in the UK was reduced from 100 hours to 48 hours. At that time, some form of 8 hours per day standard was adopted widely across Europe, […]

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