The Lawdown Episode 25: Man United’s Mason Greenwood; Ministerial Misdemeanours; and Met Police Misconduct Failings
November 11th, 2022 by Stuart Smith
We are delighted to share Episode 25 of The Lawdown, our regular podcast discussing the latest key employment, discrimination and partnership law-related news stories, and the interesting legal issues behind them. In our latest episode of The Lawdown, Senior Associate Pooja Dasgupta and Partners Beth Hale and Sarah Chilton discuss the following: Manchester United’s handling […]
Success for CM Murray LLP with Chambers and Partners UK 2023 Results
October 20th, 2022 by Stuart Smith
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 […]
Employee Rights on Returning to Work after Maternity Leave and Time Off to Care for Children
October 17th, 2022 by Mitchell Blythe
In our latest alert, Senior Partner Sarah Chilton and Associate Naomi Latham set out some frequently asked questions and answers about employee rights to return after maternity leave and entitlements to time off in certain circumstances. It is important to note that the points discussed in this alert apply to employees and do not go […]
CM Murray LLP and its Partners Recognised by Who’s Who Legal Labour, Employment & Benefits 2022
July 14th, 2022 by Stuart Smith
CM Murray LLP is delighted to announce the recognition of the firm and all six of its employment partners in the Who’s Who Legal Labour, Employment & Benefits 2022 for their employment law expertise. Please click here and see below for full details. CM Murray LLP has again been ranked a ‘Leading Firm’ for Labour and Employment Law. Managing Partner […]
Growth Continues for CM Murray LLP with appointment of Band 1 Partnership & LLP Law specialist, Corinne Staves and promotion of Sarah Chilton to Senior Partner
July 11th, 2022 by Stuart Smith
Market-leading partnership, employment and professional regulatory law firm, CM Murray LLP, has expanded its practice with the appointment of professional practices specialist, Corinne Staves. Corinne joins the firm from Maurice Turnor Gardner, where she was Head of the Professional Practices Team. In addition, Sarah Chilton, Head of CM Murray LLP’s Partnership Disputes & Investigations practice, […]
Success for CM Murray LLP with Chambers and Partners 2022 UK Results
October 25th, 2021 by Stuart Smith
CM Murray LLP is delighted to announce our rankings in the newly published Chambers and Partners UK 2022. Partnership: Band 1 “What the team is known for: Extensive, expert coverage of partnership matters with particular emphasis on contentious work. Key strengths in the legal and financial services sectors, with long experience advising UK and US firms […]
What’s the Best Thing About CM Murray LLP?
April 16th, 2021 by Stuart Smith
As we reflect on our 15th Anniversary, we asked colleagues and friends of the firm what they consider the best thing about CM Murray LLP. Thank you so much to Jonathan Grode, Wonu Sanda, Zulon Begum, Beth Hale, Clare Murray, David Jones, David Fisher, Sarah Chilton and Pooja Dasgupta for taking part! Happy Birthday CM Murray LLP! What’s Been Your Personal Highlight at the Firm?
What’s Been Your Personal Highlight at the Firm?
April 16th, 2021 by Stuart Smith
In the next video celebrating our 15th Anniversary, we asked some of our colleagues and friends of the firm what their personal highlights were. Here’s what they had to say. Thank you so much to our friends Corinne Staves and Rob Hind, as well as colleagues Clare Murray, Wonu Sanda, Sarah Chilton, David Jones, Beth Hale, Pooja Dasgupta, David Fisher and Zulon Begum for taking part in this […]
Leading Partnerships Through Significant Strategic, Remuneration And Constitutional Change – Zoominar and Q&A Recording
March 29th, 2021 by Stuart Smith
The endurance of the partnership model as the structure of choice for professional practices is frequently credited to the idea that partnerships engender and promote a collegiate and collaborative culture, with all partners acting as owners who are responsible for driving the success of the firm.
Measuring and Driving Diversity and Inclusion in Professional Services Firms – Professional Practices Alliance Expert Panel Discussion Recording
March 9th, 2021 by Stuart Smith
We are are pleased to share with you the recording of the Professional Practices Alliance expert panel discussion on ‘Measuring and Driving Diversity and Inclusion in Professional Services Firms’.