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Talking Employment Law: What to do if you’re at risk of redundancy

22 February 2024

In this podcast, Harry Berryman and Rebecca Dowle, members of the employment team, will talk through the steps that need to be taken for a redundancy to be fair and the range of criteria that can be used when determining which employees will be made redundant.

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How to create happiness in the workplace

24 September 2021

We spend approximately 90,000 hours of our lives at work. The only thing we spend more time doing than working, is sleeping.

Immigration: Skilled workers shortage

14 September 2021

The UK economy is recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic and the restrictions of the last 18 months, the number of job vacancies are reaching record highs.

Furlough & Redundancies: What employers need to know

08 September 2021

Speculators predicted a surge in redundancies this autumn as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme comes to an end on the 30th September. However, this surge doesn’t appear to be forthcoming.

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  • 08 October 2023
  • Corporate and M&A

When do Company Directors have to consider creditors?

Due to the economic challenges the UK is currently facing, it is especially important for company directors to consider and uphold the directors duties imposed on them by the law.

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  • 05 October 2023
  • Immigration

Fiancé visa UK Guide

In today's interconnected world, couples often find themselves in different countries. If you're planning to marry a UK citizen or settle down in the UK with your fiancé, you'll likely need to apply for a Fiancé Visa.

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  • 04 October 2023

Clarkslegal thank clients for exceptional feedback in Legal 500 rankings

Clarkslegal are delighted to announce that Legal 500 UK has recognised the firm for its work in the following areas of law: Construction, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, Corporate & Commercial, Employment and Immigration.

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  • 04 October 2023
  • Employment

Are you ready for AI in the workplace

We are all aware from the media of the strides Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is making, and how it is beginning to permeate every industry, from artificially generated art being used a credits for A-list TV shows, to ChatGPT being used to write a court defence in the USA.

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  • 03 October 2023
  • Construction

Proposed Reforms To The Arbitration Act 1996

The Law Commission has published its Final Report (the Report) on proposed reforms to the Arbitration Act 1996 (the Act).

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  • 21 September 2023
  • Immigration

Immigration Fees Surcharge – 04 October 2023

The Government has published details of the previously announced increase to visa and sponsorship fees, with the aim of increasing revenue across a range of immigration and nationality visa pathways and associated services.