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The Key Considerations for Professional Services Firms Contemplating a Demerger

The Key Considerations for Professional Services Firms Contemplating a Demerger

Updated Solicitors Regulation Authority NDA Warning Notice

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme Extension Update

Global Mobility Survey With Smith And Williamson LLP, Innangard and Innangard Executives

We recently published a news alert highlighting the most common queries we have been receiving from senior executives in the current climate, one of which was “how can exiting senior executives protect their equity interests?” For a senior executive or partner who is facing an exit from the workplace, whether by reason of redundancy, retirement or otherwise, a […]

The Government announced on 31 October 2020 that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) also known as the ‘furlough scheme’, would be extended until 2 December 2020.  The Job Support Scheme (JSS) which had intended to replace the CJRS has now been postponed. It is expected that the JSS will replace the CJRS when it […]

Over the last six months, senior executives and founders have been navigating the shift to remote working brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. As we enter an extended period of government-encouraged working from home, we consider three key issues senior leaders may continue to face and offer some practical considerations, which we hope will be […]

It’s 4.30pm on a Friday evening. An email hits your inbox. It is a detailed complaint from a staff member about harassment allegedly committed against them by one of the Firm’s senior partners or LLP members. How should the Firm respond? What steps is the Firm required to take? Who must the Firm notify? These […]

Recently, CM Murray ran its first virtual internship programme. As part of the programme, we asked the interns, Kelys Malouda, Eleanor Connolly and Abigail Blanche, to summarise three recent cases heard by the UK’s Courts and Tribunals, which considered employment status, the knowledge test for inducing breach of post-termination restrictive covenants, and the territorial scope of UK employment and discrimination […]