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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

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

12 March 2020

Immigration update - Coronavirus immigration implications, increased IHS fees in the Budget and ILR salary levels

As another emergency government Cobra meeting takes place today and the government is expected to move into the “delay” phase of the Coronavirus response, we answer key questions about the immigration implications for your business as you make contingency plans.

Nicolas Rollason

6 March 2020

Revealed: the FCA's £1m employment litigation bill - Adrian Crawford quoted in Citywire Wealth Manager

Adrian Crawford, partner in Kingsley Napley's employment law team, was quoted by Citywire on 27 February 2020 in a feature on employment litigation at the Financial Conduct Authority.

Adrian Crawford

5 March 2020

Sital Fontenelle recognised as "Woman of the Year - Future Leaders" at Powerwomen Awards 2020

Sital Fontenelle, partner in our family and divorce team, won silver at last night's Citywealth Powerwomen Awards 2020 in the "Woman of the Year - Future Leaders (Partner, Director)" category.

Sital Fontenelle

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