14 May 2019

EU settlement scheme doesn't work, say couple held at airport - Nick Rollason comments in the Guardian

Nick Rollason, head of our immigration team, comments in the Guardian after the first flaws in the new immigration scheme for EU citizens who want to remain in the UK after Brexit were exposed, when a couple who live in the UK were blocked from getting a flight back to the UK from Turkey.

Nicolas Rollason

30 April 2019

Digital strip search: How everything from Facebook messages to Fitbit data could be used against you in court - Sandra Paul comments in The Telegraph

Sandra Paul, a partner in our Criminal Litigation team, comments in The Telegraph about the news that police may demand victims of rape and sexual assault to grant them the right to
examine and store information extracted from their personal devices if they want an
investigation to go ahead.

Sandra Paul

30 April 2019

How to manage internal disciplinary procedures - Clodagh Hogan and Shannett Thompson co-author article in People Management

Clodagh Hogan and  Shannett Thompson co authored an article published on People Management entitled: How to manage internal disciplinary procedures

30 April 2019

Huawei inquiry. Stephen Parkinson writes letter in The Times

Stephen Parkinson, Senior Partner, writes a letter in The Times in which he suggests that the way in which the government has conducted its inquiry into the Huawei leak is of deep concern.

Stephen Parkinson

29 April 2019

KN Global Immigration Update - April 2019

Our April 2019 global immigration update provides details on key changes to immigration rules in global jurisdictions. In this month's issue we include Denmark, France, Russia, USA and Japan. Please note that all immigration rules are subject to change and whilst correct at the time of publication, they should not be relied upon as legal advice or a statement of accuracy at a later date.


Benjamin Sookia

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