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EU in or EU out?

Published on 18 December 2015. By Constantine Christofi, Associate

The UK will soon be faced with a question that may well have a profound impact on its future and materially shape its place in the world, namely: should the UK remain in or out of the European Union.

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China's Two Child Policy: Too Little Too Late?

08 December 2015

Announced in a very 21st century way, China's official news agency recently tweeted that China will be implementing a policy allowing couples to have two children.

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Employees on Social Media - Managing the Risk

Published on 02 December 2015. By Joshua Charalambous, Associate

Employees who actively use social media can be a fantastic 24/7 dynamic marketing tool for companies.

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Cheating or competing: the blurred lines of business

11 November 2015

Volkswagen, Forex, LIBOR and Enron. All names that resonate with anyone involved in modern business.

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IndiGo continues to soar over rivals in the Indian airline industry

Published on 22 October 2015. By James Ablett, Associate

On Monday 26 October, InterGlobe Aviation (the operator of IndiGo Airlines) is due to launch its initial public offering (IPO).

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LinkedIn 101

15 October 2015

Use social networks wisely and the rewards are great. Get it wrong and at best, you end up looking like a stalker having viewed your colleague's profile one too many times.

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Sending out an SOS

08 October 2015

Britain's second-biggest steelmaker Sahaviriya Steel Industries UK (SSI UK) announced late last month that its Redcar plant is to be mothballed or closed, with the loss of at least 1,700 jobs.

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Live to Work or Work to Live

Published on 11 August 2015. By Charlotte Gough, Trainee solicitor

“But what are the hours really like?” is a question that all trainees have been asked at some point, either by fresh faced law graduates sizing up the right firm for them, or by colleagues in other seats assessing their next move.

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Getting Over Time

Published on 30 July 2015. By David Franklin, Associate

The five day working week is the norm in the professional services sector, but is it the most effective basis for structuring our time? After all, professional services do not roll off the end of a production line.

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The Internet of Things

25 June 2015

If you believe the hype, the “Internet of Things” (IoT) is about to take over the world.

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