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Audio
24 April 2015
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Nick looks the three main party manifesto proposals for employment law. He also considers two recent cases, the first looks at when a contract is to be implied between an agency worker and the customer, and the second outlines what whistleblowing meets the new “public interest” test.
Media Coverage
23 April 2015
Accountancy Live
London Litigation partner Susan Rosser is quoted in an article on the Supreme Court judgement which held that insolvency practitioners and creditors are now able to seek redress from fraudulent directors.
Media Coverage
22 April 2015
BBC Radio 4
Raid Abu-Manneh,Construction & Engineering partner and head of the International Arbitration Group in London, is interviewed on the influx of Middle Eastern disputes in London courts.

The interview starts at 7 minutes 53 seconds.
Audio
22 April 2015
UK Financial Dispute Resolution Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Ed Sautter, a partner in the Mayer Brown Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice in London, reviews recent cases in which finance documents have been construed by the Courts and considers in particular the role that the commercial background has taken in their interpretation.
Media Coverage
22 April 2015
This is Africa
Bylined article by London Construction & Engineering partner Kwadwo Sarkodie on balancing the risk associated with investing in Africa.
Media Coverage
21 April 2015
Mining Journal (subscription required)
Head of Mining, Ian Coles, is quoted in an article on deep sea mining projects.
Audio
16 April 2015
UK Employment Law - Another View
In this special episode Nick discusses with Liz Stern, our Head of Global Mobility & Migration Practice the issues arising for employers with globally mobile workforces.
Media Coverage
16 April 2015
World Finance (video running time 3:05 minutes)
London Corporate & Securities partner Greg Stonefield is interviewed on the procedural issues buyers are facing in M&A.
Media Coverage
15 April 2015
European CEO (video running time 3:13 minutes)
London Corporate & Securities partner Greg Stonefield is interviewed on the increase in European shareholder activists in the investment community.
Legal Update
15 April 2015
The Impact of the Directive on Antitrust Damages Actions in Germany
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Enacting the new Directive on private antitrust damages actions will require significant changes in German law. Mayer Brown is closely monitoring the impact of the Directive on local law and procedures in Member States. In the coming weeks we will comment on the position in France, compare the position in the EU with that in the US, and look at some cross-jurisdictional issues such as choice of forum.
Media Coverage
14 April 2015
Global Reinsurance, 14 April 2015
London Insurance & Reinsurance Associate Graham Gowland is quoted in an article on what the sanction talks mean for the insurance and reinsurance industry.
Audio
10 April 2015
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Nick looks at recent and important employment cases. The first considers whether an employee with Type 2 diabetes qualified as “disabled”. The second case was about the extent to which an employer still had to investigate alleged misconduct where the employee had made admissions. The third case is the latest on how to calculate holiday pay.
Legal Update
7 April 2015
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Media Coverage
4 April 2015
IFR (subscription required)
London Head of Banking and Finance, Ed Parker is quoted in an article on calls for greater transparency in deciding credit events on ISDA’s Credit Determinations Committee voting panel.
Media Coverage
2 April 2015
HR Magazine
London Employment & Benefits partner Christopher Fisher is quoted in an article on Labour’s proposals for zero-hour employment contracts.
Legal Update
March 2015
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Newsletter
March 2015
Mayer Brown Newsletter
Our monthly review of key cases and new law affecting employers.
Legal Update
January/February 2015
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The Bulletin for Pensions Managers is a high-level summary of developments which may be of interest to pensions managers. This issue covers developments to the end of February 2015.
Audio
27 March 2015
UK Employment Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Nick looks at three recent EAT decisions. The first considers whether an employer had constructive knowledge of an employee’s disability. The second considers whether an award of damages for injury to feelings is taxable. Thirdly, the EAT clarifies one aspect of the test for a TUPE service provision change.
Audio
26 March 2015
UK Pensions Law - The View from Mayer Brown
Richard Goldstein talks about the recent High Court judgment in Merchant Navy Ratings Pension Fund Trustees Limited v Stena Line Limited and others [2015] EWHC 448 (Ch) and its implications for UK pension schemes.
Brochure
2015
Mayer Brown have updated their Country by Country Reference Guide to International Arbitration in Sub-Saharan Africa for 2015. Covering 49 countries, this Guide covers the key facts, considerations and risks in relation to arbitration in the region.
Legal Update
March 2015
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Two major changes have been introduced with effect from the tax year ending 5 April 2015 and later years which affect employee share plans operated in relation to employees in the UK. Any company with share plans which benefit employees resident in the UK for tax purposes will need to address these changes.
Legal Update
March 2015
Mayer Brown Legal Update
Spring 2015 will see what the Government has described as “the most fundamental change to the way people access their pension savings in almost a century”. A range of new flexibilities will be introduced for DC benefits, as well as related changes to statutory transfer rights for all benefit types, and new requirements for DB transfers.
Legal Update
March 2015
Mayer Brown Legal Update
In the Budget 2015 delivered on Wednesday 18 March 2015, the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne set out several significant tax breaks for the UK oil and gas sector. Set against the background of a maturing UK basin, albeit one with significant resources as yet unexplored, the Government states that these measures are "expected to lead to over £4 billion of additional investment and at least 120 million barrels of oil equivalent of additional production in the next 5 years."
Media Coverage
20 March 2015
Lawyer2B (registration required)
Bylined article by Corporate & Securities senior associate Megan Paul explaining why Articles of Association is a key legal document.

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