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Charlotte’s story: help us support the Brompton Fountain

February is Heart Awareness Month and to show our support, RIAA Barker Gillette will be hosting a “Wear Red Day” on 7 February 2018 during this year’s CHD awareness week.

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What employers should expect in 2018

A look at what’s in store for employment law, from the gig economy, to pay gap reporting to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR)

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Fresh guidance on U.S. L-1 intra-company visa petitions

USCIS clarifies proxy vote use for certain intra-company transferee L-1 visa petitions

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SOLD: Piazza San Marco by artist Michael Cull

Michael was born in Lymington, Hampshire and is now an established artist living and working in St Albans.

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Christmas gifts that keep on giving

Christmas shopping usually means a visit to the high street or browsing online retailers, but the season of giving can be a good time to make sure you’re maximising your opportunities for inheritance tax reliefs, whether to family, friends or charity, while spreading some seasonal cheer.

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The Autumn Statement: the Chancellor’s get-fit regime

An extra £3 billion to prepare for Brexit over the next two years and a vision of an economy that’s ‘fit for the future’ were at the heart of the Chancellor’s Autumn statement last month.

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Businesses face bigger penalties on data leaks

Businesses are on a final countdown to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation in May 2018, bringing with it tighter rules and greater penalties for data processing, and the outcome of a landmark High Court case has made the preparation even more pressing.

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Lessons for business from the #metoo headlines

Following the Golden Globes and recent allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein and other leading figures, businesses need to make sure they have clear policies to inspire the right culture in their workplace.

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Keep Christmas for the children

Christmas celebrations for children are too often marked by family divisions when relationships break down

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Landlords: Securing possession of a dwelling house

All Landlords will be aware that it is an offence to evict an occupier of residential premises without a Court Order or to harass an occupier of residential premises (Section 1 Protection from Eviction Act 1977 - the PFE).

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The “Gig Economy” what does it mean?

The gig economy continues to make headlines but why and what does it mean?

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Sexual harassment in the workplace: What the law says

Statistics published by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission show that sexual harassment continues to be a significant problem in the workplace.

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