- Law firms show record growth as mid-tier practices shine
UK must secure position as leading global centre for legal services post-Brexit negotiations
UK legal services firms have recorded growth for the fifth successive year with mid-tier and niche practices showing greater...
- CFO confidence levels plummet on Brexit news
CFOs are experiencing record levels of uncertainty and a decreased appetite for risk following the shock announcement of Brexit, research from Deloitte has revealed.
According to the Big 4 firm’s latest CFO survey, 95 per cent of...
- Recruitment fell by half in week after EU vote
Plunge in hiring may have been ‘shock reaction’ – but German firms say they plan to reduce UK headcounts
Hiring in the UK appears to have taken a nosedive in the wake of the EU...
- ABS gives away software tool to help companies check contracts for Brexit impact
Innovative alternative business structure Radiant Law has created a Microsoft Word-based tool to help in-house counsel check the impact of Brexit on their commercial contracts – and is giving it away for free.
- How will Brexit affect employers with EEA workers?
As the debate about the free movement of labour post-Brexit rumbles on, Kerry Garcia and Jackie Penlington consider how the UK’s exit from the EU might affect workers from the wider European Economic Area (EEA).
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- Mishcon de Reya first out of the blocks with legal bid to ensure Parliament triggers article 50
London law firm Mishcon de Reya has begun legal action to ensure that it is Parliament, rather than the prime minister, that has the power to trigger article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty and the formal start of the UK’s exit from the European...
- Listed legal businesses with property and PI focus hit by stock market turmoil
The stock market falls on the back of the EU Referendum has hit an ABS-owning property company the most, as well AIM-listed legal businesses with a personal injury (PI) element, a Legal Futures analysis has shown.
The PI hit...
- One week on. How the referendum affects your job search
ARTICLE BY GILES TAYLOR, DIRECTOR AT LEIGHTON TAYLORThe vote to leave the EU last week has obviously caused a lot of uncertainty in the markets, with the pound suffering (although recovering a...
- Employment laws affected by the UK’s exit from the European Union
Which of the current rules are likely to change?
As the dust settles on the outcome of the EU referendum decision, employers must now plan for the consequences. The question is, what is likely to change – and when?...
- EU referendum makes the trading outlook more challenging
Richard Froud, senior economist at Barclays “More uncertain global economic conditions and recent turbulence in financial markets present a drag on UK output, but a resilient consumer should help underpin demand. More difficult export...