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Case study – FCA authorisation application
Case study – FCA authorisation application
Only firms that are authorised (or exempt from the need for authorisation) can carry on a regulated activity in the ...
Considering redeployment as an alternative to dismissal
Considering redeployment as an alternative to dismissal
The Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) recently heard the appeal of Bugden v Royal Mail. The case involved the dismissal of ...
Family Law Unwrapped: Co-parenting, where do we start?
Family Law Unwrapped: Co-parenting, where do we start?
In this episode of the Family Law series, we look at all things co-parenting. We will talk about ways in ...
Do I have to hold a Company Board Meeting?
Do I have to hold a Company Board Meeting?
One forum to make formal decisions within a company are board meetings, where board directors assemble to take a joint ...
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Considerations for Startups
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Considerations for Startups
When startups are just beginning, they often focus mainly on surviving and growing. One might wonder if these new companies ...
SEIS/EIS – What can go wrong for investors?
SEIS/EIS – What can go wrong for investors?
SEIS and EIS are government initiatives that encourage private investors to invest in fledgling UK businesses ...
Navigating the New Changes to the Joint Contracts Tribunal Design & Build 2024 Contract
Navigating the New Changes to the Joint Contracts Tribunal Design & Build 2024 Contract
On 17th April 2024, the JCT published its long-awaited updated Design and Build Contract (“JCT DB 2024”) ...
EOTs – Where does the money come from?
EOTs – Where does the money come from?
Selling to an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT) is an ever popular method of disposing of your shares in a tax ...
Associative Discrimination Costs Employer Almost £90,000
Associative Discrimination Costs Employer Almost £90,000
The Employment Tribunal (ET) has ruled that an employer discriminated against a software executive in association with his wife’s cancer ...
All in a Day's Work: New Positive Duty To Prevent Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
All in a Day’s Work: New Positive Duty To Prevent Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
This episode of All in a Day’s Work by the Employment team at Herrington Carmichael covers the new Worker Protection ...
Policy to Practice: Navigating Changes in Planning Enforcement
Policy to Practice: Navigating Changes in Planning Enforcement
On 25th April 2024, major changes to planning enforcement in England came into effect, primarily driven by the Levelling-up and ...
Labour’s Plans for Employment Law
Labour’s Plans for Employment Law
On 24 May 2024, the Labour Party published its plan for employment rights which they call “Labour’s Plan to Make ...

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Best Law Firms 2024

Herrington Carmichael has once again been named in the Times Best Law Firms. We were first listed in 2023 and have once again made the Best Law Firms list for 2024.  

www.thetimes.co.uk/article/herrington-carmichael

Best Law Firm 2024