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14 June 2019

Law Commission proposals could transform international surrogacy - Katie Newbury writes for Free Movement

The Law Commission has proposed a new surrogacy pathway, replacing the “outdated” existing laws about having a child on behalf of somebody else. Katie Newbury writes for Free Movement.

Katie Newbury

14 June 2011

Were companies less reluctant to self report whilst SFO's future was in doubt?

Stephen Parkinson commented in The Independent, on how companies may have been less willing to self report crime internally whilst the SFO's future was in doubt.

13 June 2011

Chairman of City police given SFO board role

The Serious Fraud Office has attempted to put a spate of high-level departures behind it by hiring the chairman of the City of London Police to sit on its board. Stephen Parkinson comments in the Financial Times.

13 June 2011

A question of belief: employers need to be aware of wide scope for discrimination cases

Andreas White, Partner in Employment, writes on the protection against discrimination on the grounds of religion or belief with the relevant provisions, which are now enshrined in the Equality Act 2010. He also looks at some recent decisions which illustrate pitfalls for employers that fail to appreciate the wide scope of this area of employment law.

10 June 2011

Minister's proposals worry business - Nicolas Rollason in the FT

Nicolas Rollason commented in the FT on proposals made by Immigration minister Damien Green, to ban thousands of skilled workers from outside the European Union from settling in the UK.

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