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Cybersecurity risks in mergers and acquisitions transactions

Acquiring a company could mean taking on its digital operations and its past present and future data security issues. This means in many cases that an effective cybersecurity...

18 September 2018
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Competition litigation developments in the Competition Appeal Tribunal

We discusses recent developments and emerging trends in competition litigation involving the Competition Appeal Tribunal.

28 November 2016
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Equal Pay – can store workers compare themselves with depot staff for equal pay?

Equal pay and the Asda decision: King & Wood Mallesons case update

09 November 2016
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The Disability Gap: government consults on employers' role in keeping disabled people at work

Government consultation and green paper on recruitment and retention of disabled people: King & Wood Mallesons update

08 November 2016
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The discretionary disappearing trick: when bonus clauses are not what they seem

Legal issues on exercise of bonus clauses: a King & Wood Mallesons caselaw update

08 November 2016
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Uber taxi drivers are “workers”, not self-employed contractors

Employment status and the Uber case: King & Wood Mallesons update

08 November 2016
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Ofcom fines Vodafone £4.6m for regulatory breaches

Last week, the UK communications regulator Ofcom fined Vodafone an amount of £4.6m for breaches of the Ofcom's General Conditions of Entitlement.

01 November 2016

Venturing further

The European venture capital funds regime (EuVECA) is a helpful initiative for venture capital fund managers, and proposed changes by the EU Commission to improve take up should...

14 October 2016
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Cybersecurity - Global trends, threats and safeguards

Cyber-crime knows no borders. Increasingly businesses are facing cyber-threats and are having to tackle compliance issues on a multi-jurisdictional basis.

13 October 2016
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How much of a claim must have been first conciliated?

When can employers challenge claims in the Employment Tribunal for failure to carry out early conciliation: King & Wood Mallesons report

11 October 2016
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Commission and holiday pay: Court of Appeal uphold EAT decision

The Court of Appeal rule in Lock v British Gas holiday pay case: King & Wood Mallesons update

10 October 2016
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Employers’ obligations to breastfeeding mothers: case update

Breastfeeding mothers succeed in indirect discrimination claim against their employer: King & Wood Mallesons report

10 October 2016

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