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19 September 2019

Tier 2 - some helpful Autumn rule changes announced

As is commonly the case, the Home Office has announced various rule changes set to be introduced from October 2019.  The statement of changes runs to some 102 pages but in this update we look at the key changes to be aware of for Tier 2.

Ilda de Sousa

10 January 2012

Cutting the deficit: the legal hurdles - The In-House Lawyer

The UK Coalition's programme for government set out that deficit reduction, and continuing to ensure economic recovery was the most urgent issue facing Britain. It then started on a programme to cut public spending. One of the results has been a plethora of legal challenges, directed both against central government and against local government.

3 January 2012

Reform will lead to more tribunal cases - Adrian Crawford quoted in The Sunday Telegraph

Adrian Crawford commented in an article regarding Ed Davey's admission that Government measures to stem the rise in tribunal cases will force more employers to settle claims out of court.

10 June 2011

Tackling dishonesty among legal partners - Richard Fox and Michael Caplan QC in The Law Society Gazette

Richard Fox and Michael Caplan QC addressed how to tackle dishonesty among legal partner in The Law Society Gazette.

31 May 2011

Financial reforms have caused civil war in the Coalition

Stephen Parkinson comments in this article in the Telegraph about the proposed shake up of financial regulation and economic crime enforcers.

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