Jim Sawer, partner in our private client team, chats to Eddie Nestor on BBC Radio London Drivetime about being a step-parent and the importance of having a will.
While there is a near continuous stream of Brexit related news on immigration issues and prospective new laws, one of the often overlooked practical implications is for UK nationals travelling to the EU as business visitors. That is particularly the case if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, be that on 31 October 2019 or at a later date.
Immigration partner, Marcia Longdon, becomes a Legal Services are Great champion.
As Brexit negotiations enter a critical phase and all options remain on the table, it can be very difficult to cut though all the news and decipher how this will affect your workforce. Not only do you need to consider whether the UK leaving with or without a deal will affect EU citizens living and working in the UK, but also UK nationals in the EU.
Richard Fox was recently asked to write for Personnel Today on the extent to which employers should control the level of political debate that takes place in the workplace. This has become an important topic here in the UK, not least because of the increasingly febrile nature of the debate around Brexit.
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