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22 May 2020

Sophie Kemp writes for the New Law Journal about the scope for a future COVID-19 public inquiry

As appeals for a public inquiry into the government’s response to COVID-19 continue to grow, this article examines the critical concerns which look difficult for it to resist.

Sophie Kemp

23 April 2020

COVID-19: Abrupt border closures raise legal issues for expatriates and travellers - Nicolas Rollason quoted in IBA Article

Nicolas Rollason, partner and head of our immigration team, is quoted in IBA on what issues abrupt border closures due to Coronavirus have raised for expatriates and travellers.

Nicolas Rollason

22 April 2020

COVID-19 Slows Pace of Existing UK Investigations - Caroline Day quoted in Law360

Caroline Day, Partner in our Criminal Litigation team, has been quoted in Law360 giving her thoughts on how COVID-19 is having an impact on slowing the pace of existing UK investigations.

Caroline Day

21 April 2020

I’ve been asked to take a pay cut, should I agree? - Corinne Aldridge writes for the Financial Times

Corinne Aldridge, head of our Employment team, was featured in the Q&A section of the Financial Times on 21 April 2020. She discusses the considerations senior managers should make when taking a pay cut amidst the Coronavirus crisis.

Corinne Aldridge

17 April 2020

The Future of Migration - Zenia Chopra speaks as webinar panellist with Adam Smith Institute

Zenia Chopra, Head of Client Services, Immigration, spoke as a panellist for a webinar with Adam Smith Institute on the Future of Migration.

Zenia Chopra

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