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Summer’s nearly over – but the fun hasn’t stopped!

So far this year we have nearly left the European Union once already – our Seminar in March earlier this year dealt with what steps businesses can take to get ready for Brexit and our Managaing Director, Bhavini Kalaria has written extensively on the topic. You can find our blog post here: https://londonlawpractice.com/the-uk-focus-on-brexit-the-steps-businesses-should-take-in-pre-brexit-uncertainty/ Of course […]

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Apply for a Sponsor Licence-Be Post Brexit Ready

Following Brexit free movement of workers from the EU will end and this will have a significant impact on UK employers who currently enjoy the ease of hiring skilled migrants from the EU. Under the post Brexit immigration system, EU nationals will eventually be subject to the same immigration requirements as non EU nationals and […]

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The Year Ahead – 2019

Data protection and Brexit, changes to workers’ rights and immigration will continue to make headlines as we look forward into the New Year.  We will continue to provide insights and updates via our social media pages as new changes are brought in. We were pleased to have hosted podcasts and Facebook live interactive sessions throughout […]

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5 Observations from the GDPR “Front Line”

Rafael Bloom of Salvatore Ltd our compliance partner, has been helping SMEs to adjust to the new “GDPR Way” of doing things for many months now. He shares some of his thoughts on how things are progressing below: 1. These companies, from sectors like Property, Accountancy, Charities, Publishing and Hospitality, have one thing in common: […]

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Recent Immigration Rules Changes

A statement of changes to the Immigration Rules was laid before the House of Commons in December 2017. Many of the changes came into effect from the 11th of January 2018. See below for a summary of the main changes: 1. Changes Relating to Electronic Entry Clearance The Government has proposed to commence issuing entry […]

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The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

The GDPR becomes widely enforceable on the 25th May 2018. We covered the 5 steps that businesses will need to take to avoid paying fines for non-compliance in our blog post from last year. You can read it here https://londonlawpractice.com/gdpr/. The regulations are to enable individuals to better control their personal data. It is hoped […]

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