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Mayer Brown launches Employment and Pensions blog

23 January 2019

London — Mayer Brown today announced the launch of its Employment and Pensions blog, Employer Perspectives, designed to provide employers with practical insights and commentary on major employment and pensions law development in the UK.

Employer Perspectives will give timely updates on the latest cases, legislative changes and regulatory developments. It will also cover issues of particular importance for UK employers with a global workforce, including employee benefits, executive compensation, and mobility and migration.

The blog is edited by Employment & Benefits partner, Giles Bywater and senior associate, Miriam Bruce and written by members of the London Employment and Pensions teams, all of whom have wide-ranging experience advising employers on employment and pensions issues. It will also feature guest contributions from other teams in the firm's London office and the wider global Employment & Benefits group.

Mayer Brown’s multidisciplinary global Employment & Benefits group offers sophisticated solutions to the most complex employment and benefits-related issues. Its clients are among the largest businesses in the world with members of the Fortune 500, FTSE 100, DAX and Hang Seng frequently seeking its counsel on employment law and benefits strategies across the myriad regulatory environments in which they may find themselves.

Click here to subscribe to Employer Perspectives.

Media Contact

  • Helen Obi
    Senior Corporate Communications & PR Manager
    T +44 20 3130 8527
  • Katie Tibbitts
    Senior PR Executive
    T +44 20 3130 8120

Related Information

  • Related People
    Giles Bywater
    T +44 20 3130 3157
    Miriam Bruce
    Associate
    T +44 20 3130 3695
    Nicholas Robertson
    T +44 20 3130 3919
    Richard Goldstein
    T +44 20 3130 3250
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