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15 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
This podcast episode discusses the very recent Sash Windows case which is critical for employers who have failed to pay statutory holiday pay to individuals.
Audio
14 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
Nick and Miriam’s mini cast series looks at another whistle blowing case, Jhuti, and whether the malevolent motivation of a witness in a disciplinary hearing could render an employer liable to a whistle blowing claim.
Audio
13 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
This podcast looks at two cases in the gig economy and whether those working in it qualify as “workers” or not.
Audio
12 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
Nick and Miriam focus on the whistle blowing case of Nurmohamed v Chesterton and whether a disclosure is “in the public interest”.
Audio
11 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
This episode looks at the key case of Brierley v ASDA which has significant implications for equal pay claims in the private sector.
Audio
8 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
In the fifth episode in this podcast series, Nick and Miriam discuss two cases which come to different views on whether a man can claim direct sex discrimination if shared parental leave pay is paid at a lower rate than enhanced maternity leave pay.
Firm News
7 December 2017
Mayer Brown advised two sole noteholders on the only Italian CMBS transaction of 2017.
2018
Chambers and Partner Cartels 2018 UK Guide
The Cartels guide provides expert legal commentary on key issues for businesses. The guide covers the important developments in cartels law and practice in the most significant jurisdictions globally.
Audio
7 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
Nick and Miriam’s fourth episode in this podcast series talks about the case of Green v SIG Trading.
Legal Update
7 December 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
New regulations on money laundering and terrorist financing came into force at the end of June which impose new requirements on pension scheme trustees in relation to record-keeping and provision of information. HM Revenue & Customs (“HMRC”) has now published guidance setting out details of the information that trustees are required to hold and (in some cases) to provide to HMRC.
Firm News
7 December 2017
Mayer Brown advised CBRE as Servicer and Special Servicer on the only public UK CMBS transaction of 2017.
Audio
6 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
Nick and Miriam present the third episode in this podcast series which looks at two cases on dress codes, Achbita and Bougnaiou.
Legal Update
5 December 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
In a judgment dated 10 November 2017 in Re Edwardian Group Ltd, the English High Court considered an application for disclosure of documents which had been heavily redacted on the grounds of privilege. The court was required to decide whether privilege attaches to documents from which the substance of the legal advice can be inferred, even though the substance is not expressly revealed.
Audio
5 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
Nick Robertson and Miriam Bruce present the second episode in their 12 episode series looking at the key cases of 2017. In this episode they consider at NHS 24 v Pillar.
Firm News
5 December 2017
Mayer Brown advised London-based private equity client Stirling Square Capital Partners LLP on the acquisition of The Magnum Corporation and its subsidiaries including Caltherm Corporation in the US and Vernet SAS in France.
Media Coverage
4 December 2017
TRF News
Bylined article by Banking & Finance Of Counsel Merryn Craske on the withdrawal of the latest draft of the Business Contract Terms (Assignment of Receivables) Regulations.

This article was published in TRF News on 4 December 2017.
Audio
4 December 2017
UK Employment Law - A Seasonal View from Mayer Brown
Nick Robertson and Miriam Bruce each pick six key cases for a Christmas edition of the podcast. Today they are discussing the case of Government Legal Services v Brookes.
Media Coverage
2 December 2017
Wall Street Journal (subscription required)
London Construction & Engineering partner Kwadwo Sarkodie is quoted in an article on UK financial support for Zimbabwe.
Legal Update
1 December 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The draft Business Contract Terms (Assignment of Receivables) Regulations, which were expected to facilitate the assignment of receivables, have been withdrawn.
Media Coverage
1 December 2017
CNBC Africa Power Lunch
London Construction & Engineering partner Kwadwo Sarkodie appeared live on CNBC Africa being interviewed on UK financial support for Zimbabwe.
Media Coverage
30 November 2017
The Times

Bylined article by London Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Miles Robinson and senior associate Jonathan Cohen on how the rise of AI is impacting contract drafting and disputes.

This article was first published in The Times on 30 November 2017.

Media Coverage
30 November 2017
Global Capital (subscription required)
Ed Parker, global head of the Derivatives & Structured Products practice, and head of the firm’s Banking & Finance practice in London, is quoted in an article on relief from variation margin requirements.
Media Coverage
30 November 2017
The Times (subscription required)
London Construction & Engineering partner Kwadwo Sarkodie is quoted in an article on developments in the legal sector in Zimbabwe.
Newsletter
September/October 2017
Mayer Brown Newsletter
The Bulletin for Pensions Managers is a high-level summary of developments which may be of interest to pensions managers. This is the September/October 2017 edition.
Legal Update
27 November 2017
Mayer Brown Legal Update
The recent Court of Appeal decision in SCF Tankers Limited (formerly known as Fiona Trust & Holding Corporation) and Others v Yuri Privalov and Others [2017] EWCA Civ 1877 [J49], dismissed an appeal against an award of damages under a cross-undertaking for the losses suffered by a worldwide freezing injunction and security undertaking.
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