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11 February 2021

Occupations with highest coronavirus risk - Kirsty Churm quoted in HR Grapevine

New data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has revealed the occupations suffering the highest number of deaths involving coronavirus. The coronavirus pandemic has shone a light on the importance of health and safety measures in the workplace. As such, this has been a top priority for HR and employers. Kirsty Churm, Senior Associate in the Employment discussed with HR Grapevine the duty that every employer has to take reasonable care of the health and safety of staff members and to maintain a safe working environment.

Kirsty Churm

10 March 2011

NHS mistakes matter, whistleblowing must be encouraged

The NHS has a culture of blame that limits honesty with patients about mistakes, what it needs is more candour, says Ross Brain.

10 March 2011

Andreas White comments on what the Commerzbank bonus case means for bankers

Andreas White appears as guest commentator for E Financial Careers where he has commented on what the Commerzbank bonus case means for bankers.  

9 March 2011

Multi-jurisdictional gambling: legal and partnership issues

Simon Halberstam, a Partner at Kingsley Napley LLP discusses how the recent move by online gaming software and the gradual shift towards market liberalisation (at least in Europe) have changed the nature of multi-jurisdictional partnerships in the industry.

3 March 2011

Libya and the ICC: don't all rush

Do not expect The United Nations Security Council’s unanimous referral of the situation in Libya last weekend to The International Criminal Court to result in instance arrest warrants and suspects appearing in The Hague, Michael Caplan QC writes.

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