When hiring or sponsoring migrant workers in the UK there are many mistakes that businesses can make.
This guide aims to provide freeholders and managing agents with an overview of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1987, when it applies and what they need to do to comply.
An Employee Ownership Trust (“EOT”) is a legal arrangement through which a trustee holds a controlling stake in a company for and on behalf of the employees of a company. Under an EOT, the shares are sold to the trustee in order for them to be permanently held for the benefit of the employees of a company or group of companies. Crucially, the EOT must benefit all employees on equal terms based on certain criteria. The criteria include hours worked, length of service and level of remuneration.
Follow our top tips for shareholders looking to sell to an EOT.
In today’s uncertain economic environment, it is rare to see a week go by without a major employer announcing redundancies, be they as a result of a restructuring, a contracting business or a merger or acquisition.
In this podcast, Lucy Densham Brown and Jordan Masters, members of the data protection team at Clarkslegal, discuss how using AI and automated decision-making could conflict with GDPR protections and lead to discrimination.
This article explores the key aspects of the Levelling-up and Regeneration Act 2023 (LURA 2023) that may impact landlords in England.
Canadian multinational, Kinectrics Inc was successfully advised by Clarkslegal’s corporate team on its purchase of Engineering Analysis Services for an undisclosed sum.
Clarkslegal’s corporate team, led by Ashan Arif and Jacob Montague, has advised Granaham McCourt Capital on its multi-million-pound acquisition of Strategic Imperatives.