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How to make certain that a settlement agreement doesn’t leave you unsettled in future

Posted on Jan 09, 2017 By In The Expert View, Employment news

Read the small print to avoid landing in hot water, says David Chalmers (pictured, right). The festive season is a time to meet up with family, friends and perhaps old colleagues. It is an opportunity to catch up on events in the past year and look forward to what the

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How to get key people from overseas into UK businesses

Owen Jones of Doyle Clayton raises key legal questions about economic immigration to the UK. He speaks to Kenny Kemp The dominant news story over the summer has been the mass migration of refugees from war-torn Syria, with millions seeking safe havens across ‘civilised’ Europe. The harrowing pictures of

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Railway is putting the Borders on the right track – UEL member Iain Burke on the impact on employment in the region

Posted on Jul 22, 2015 By In Employment news

There is a palpable excitement in the Borders about the re-opening of our railway in September. As a lawyer working in the Borders, I fully appreciate how much this means to individuals and to businesses. We expect the railway to deliver tangible benefits for the communities that, for far too long, have had to

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