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Get your 'om' back

Published on 28 April 2015. By Rebecca Rose, Associate

You may have read Sarah Carmichael's 2014 article 'Are you sitting comfortably' on the dangers of having a predominantly sit-down job. For those of you who didn't instantly hand in your notice and take up a job landscape gardening, there is good news: yoga.

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Cyber Insurance: A Critical Weapon In The War On Cyber Attack

Published on 17 April 2015. By Emma Kislingbury, Associate

It will have been hard to have missed the reports of the recent surge in high profile cyber attacks – whether in relation to the Kaspersky Labs $1bn cyber robbery, points stealing from British Airways' air-miles accounts or the Sony Pictures hack following controversy over the film The Interview.

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Watch where you work

Published on 13 April 2015. By Genevieve Isherwood, Associate

Recently, I attended a law fair on behalf of RPC and was asked an interesting question.

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Precarious parties and general uncertainty – will the UK election lead to EU ejection?

30 March 2015

The general election is fast approaching and once again it's causing headaches in the world of business. It's been the highlight of the political calendar since 1802, but it still manages to instil fear into the heart of every business leader. Why?

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Bond schemes or Bond cars?

05 March 2015

For the ultra-wealthy, the path of pursuing traditional investments is well-trodden. From stocks and shares, to bonds and real estate, there is no shortage of ways and means to play the market.

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Shared parental leave: switching the boardroom for baby care

Published on 26 February 2015. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

Nick Clegg’s new baby - shared parental leave - has been born and, would-be dads, it means you can now spend almost a year off work with your bundle of joy. Why then, are you all so keen to stay at the office?

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Taking the parody?

Published on 13 February 2015. By Cristina Faro, Associate

In October last year, the time honoured British tradition of taking the mickey became enshrined within our legal system as the law was updated to include a parody exception to copyright infringement.

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A perk too far?

09 February 2015

Tech companies have become known for their unconventional benefits packages, which seem to attract envy and disdain from the general public in equal measure.

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Sharing is caring (with a fee)

04 February 2015

Sleeping on a stranger’s sofa; sharing a ride; borrowing a dog for the day. These seem like rather strange concepts, but they are all examples of a huge new "sharing economy" where people rent beds, cars, boats and other assets directly from each other via the internet.

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Brrr! Office chills getting you down? Why office temperature is a burning issue for business

28 January 2015

Winter has settled in across the country and found its way into our workplace. Colourful sweaters, scarves and gloves adorn the office floor.

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