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The UK Government has published its response to the consultation on the planned reform of non-compete clauses in employment contracts. What does the future of non-compete clauses look like?
The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee has produced a report, setting out several recommendations to the UK Government regarding workers’ rights and protections.
The new Innovator Founder visa has been introduced, replacing the Innovator and Start-up visas – is it an option for you?
Lewis Owen, Associate in our Dispute Resolution team, considers the potential pitfalls involved in recording conversations and using recordings as evidence in civil courts.
An update on the relationship between the UK and EU in a post-Brexit world, as the Government backtracks on sunsetting EU law and the Windsor Framework comes under scrutiny.
Ordinarily, visa applicants need to attend a visa application centre to have their biometric data taken – but the Home Office has published new guidance outlining additional circumstances in which this will not be necessary.
The Home Office has confirmed that people born in the UK to EU citizens between 1 January 1983 and 1 October 2000 have British citizenship rights.
The UK Government has issued updated right to work check guidance for employers.
Some employers have turned to “perkwashing”, to lure potential employees with illusory perks and benefits – but what are the legal risks of this practice?
The Employment Tribunal in Lasdas v Vanquis Bank plc incorrectly concluded that the claimant had brought a claim for direct discrimination – but how do you distinguish between direct discrimination and indirect discrimination?
ACAS has new guidance for employers on supporting employees struggling with stress and mental health issues in the workplace.
On 10 May 2023, the Government published a policy paper ‘Smarter Regulation to Grow the Economy’ promising significant changes to Working Time Regulations, TUPE and Non-Compete Restrictions.