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8 January 2019

“Who rescues migrants in the Channel?” - Marcia Longdon quoted in BBC News

Marcia Longdon, partner in Kingsley Napley's Immigration team was quoted in a BBC article, which was published on 6th January 2019, on “Who rescues migrants in the Channel?” She was asked her thoughts on which country is responsible if asylum seekers who are stranded in the Channel and where can they file their claim for asylum?

Marcia Longdon

4 December 2018

NDAs under fire as ‘weaponising’ mechanism to silence victims of sexual crimes - Iain Miller quoted in IBA article

Iain Miller, a partner in Kingsley Napley's regulatory team, was quoted in an article by the International Bar Association (IBA) about the use of non-disclosure agreements.  

Iain Miller

4 December 2018

Sandra Paul speaks on BBC Radio 4 Today programme about workplace cultures and clarity around acceptable behaviour

Sandra Paul, partner in criminal litigation, was interviewed on BBC Radio 4's Today programme discussing corporate cultures and the importance of achieving clarity over what constitutes acceptable workplace behaviour.

Sandra Paul

4 December 2018

Brexit legal advice: your questions answered - Stephen Parkinson quoted in The Times

Stephen Parkinson,  senior partner and a partner in Kingsley Napley's Criminal Litigation team, was quoted in an article by The Times about the legal advice provided to ministers on Brexit.  

Stephen Parkinson

29 November 2018

Waggott 'meal ticket' appeal leaves lawyers waiting for maintenance guidance - Charlotte Bradley comments in Law Society Gazette

Charlotte Bradley, head of Kingsley Napley's family & divorce team, comments in Law Society Gazette about the Supreme Court's decision re. Waggott v Waggott. 

Charlotte Bradley

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