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3 April 2020

Covid-19: Doctors’ visas are automatically extended for one year – Katie Newbury quoted in the BMJ

Katie Newbury, senior associate in our immigration team, is quoted in The BMJ on the government's announcement to automatically extend doctors' visas for one year during the Covid-19 crisis. 

Katie Newbury

16 March 2020

When solicitors divorce - Connie Atkinson writes for The Law Society Gazette

Connie Atkinson, a Senior Associate in Kingsley Napley's family and divorce team, writes for Law Society Gazette about calculating an equity partner’s income on divorce.

Connie Atkinson

13 March 2020

KN Global Immigration Update - January and February 2020

Our January and February 2020 global immigration update provides key changes to immigration rules in global jurisdictions. In this month's issue we include Poland, Sweden, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, Belarus, Australia, Singapore, China, USA, Chile Colombia, Azerbaijan, Saudi Arabia and the UAE,

Nicolas Rollason

12 March 2020

Alun Milford quoted extensively following Government's announced proposals to introduce an economic crime levy

Alun Milford, Partner in our criminal litigation team has been quoted extensively following Government's announced proposals to introduce an economic crime levy to tackle economic crime.

Alun Milford

12 March 2020

Is it time for specific anti-bullying legislation? Bina Patel writes for Personnel Today

There are a few avenues available to employees wishing to seek legal redress after being bullied in the workplace, but no specific anti-bullying legislation yet exists. Bina Patel explains why such a law would improve access to justice for all.

Bina Patel

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