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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

12 April 2021

Press Round-Up: Regulatory and Professional Discipline February 2021 - March 2021

A Regulatory press round-up for February - March 2021

Naa-Adjeley Barnor

8 April 2021

Am I affected by money laundering rules? - Sophie Wood writes for the Financial Times

In the Q&A section of the Financial Times, Sophie Wood a Senior Associate in our Criminal Litigation team, answered questions on how artists are affected by new anti-money laundering regulations and what they need to do to be compliant.

Sophie Wood

29 March 2021

Six key takeaways from people in private wealth – James Ward quoted in ePrivateClient and thewealthnet

James Ward, partner and head of our Private Client team, was quoted in ePrivateClient and thewealthnet on 25 March 2021. The article was about ‘Tax Day’ and the key takeaways from people in the private wealth industry. James was commenting on the reduced reporting requirements for most estates

James Ward

26 March 2021

Charlotte Bradley and Jane Keir address Q&A in Tatler about how addictions are considered when resolving finances on separation or divorce

Jane Keir, partner and Charlotte Bradley, partner and head of department in our Family and Divorce team, address questions about gambling addictions and how it can impact on family finances during a divorce.

Charlotte Bradley

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