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We are delighted to introduce the sixth episode of our Women in Sport Podcast, where we discuss developments, initiatives, and issues relating to women in sports and the associated legal implications. In this episode, Partner Emma Bartlett and Trainee Solicitor Mitchell Blythe are joined by a special guest, Dee Bright, who is the Chair of SpursAbility, the Tottenham Hotspur Disabled Supports Association, to discuss the following:  […]

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Disputes about bonuses are not uncommon, and a senior executive who doesn’t receive the payment they think they’re entitled to might have a good claim for breach of contract. But such claims can be complex and expensive, and the risk of an adverse costs award if a claim fails in the High Court or County […]

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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.   CM Murray LLP […]

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Key takeaways: The traditional Christmas party is still popular   Drinking responsibly is the best antidote to avoid HR issues   Divisive topics of conversation are best avoided   Social events are sociable – don’t use them to discuss your employment relationship   Respect your colleagues’ boundaries – avoid hugs and kisses!   Be interested in others, […]

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We are delighted to share the fifth episode of our Women in Sport Podcast, where we discuss developments, initiatives, and issues relating to women in sports and the associated legal implications. In this episode, Partner Emma Bartlett and Trainee Solicitor Mitchell Blythe are joined by a special guest, Sunday Times Grassroots Sportswoman of the Year 2020 and rugby […]

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The current UK Corporate Governance Code (“Code”) has been in force since July 2018 and in May this year, the FRC announced a consultation on its proposed changes to the Code. When the consultation closed in September 2023, we thought that the proposed changes would be implemented by the end of 2023. However, as a […]

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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.   CM Murray LLP […]

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We are delighted to share the fourth episode of our Women in Sport Podcast, where we discuss developments, initiatives, and issues relating to women in sports and the associated legal implications.  In this episode, Partner Emma Bartlett and Trainee Solicitor Mitchell Blythe are joined by two special guests, Juan José Hita Fernández, Partner at Augusta Abogados and Starky Mondragón Malca, Lawyer at Augusta […]

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We are delighted to share the third episode of our Women in Sport Podcast, where we discuss developments, initiatives, and issues relating to women in sports and the associated legal implications. In this episode, Partner Emma Bartlett and Trainee Solicitor Mitchell Blythe are joined by a special guest, Tess Howard, who plays hockey for both Team GB and England and was described by England […]

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We are delighted to share the second episode of our Women in Sport Podcast, where we discuss developments, initiatives, and issues relating to women in sports and the associated legal implications. In this episode, Partner Emma Bartlett and Trainee Solicitor Mitchell Blythe are joined by a special guest, Stacey Copeland, who has represented England at an international level in both […]

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