Mishcon Thinks, a new series of films brought to you by Mishcon de Reya, explores some of the topics affecting our clients, our business and the social, political and economic landscape at large.
In this film Sandra Davis, Partner and Head of Family, is in conversation with broadcaster Katie Derham on the impact of parental disputes on children.
Read about Mishcon’s Family offering here.
In this film Kamal Rahman, Partner and Head of the Immigration Group, is in conversation with broadcaster Katie Derham on the issues affecting her high net worth clients and how an enhanced category of investor visa will help to attract inward investment into the UK.
Read about Mishcon’s Immigration offering here.
In this film Adam Morallee, Partner and Head of the Sports Group, is in conversation with broadcaster Katie Derham on the business of football, particularly in relation to the importance of financial health and how Clubs might achieve it.
Read about Mishcon’s Sports offering here.
In this film Saul Sender, Corporate Partner, is in conversation with broadcaster Katie Derham on what we have learnt from the Shareholder Spring and what the future may hold for companies and activists alike.
Read about Mishcon’s Shareholder Activism offering here.
In the first of these films Deputy Chairman Anthony Julius is in conversation with broadcaster Katie Derham on the subjects of privacy and freedom of speech - as well as the inherent tensions between the two.
Read about Mishcon’s Reputation Protection offering here.
A survey of ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) clients of law firm Mishcon de Reya has revealed that wealthy migrants would be willing to invest far more into the UK economy if it resulted in the citizenship process being sped up.
A study of over 4000 parents and children was commissioned by family lawyers at Mishcon de Reya to mark the 20th anniversary of the Children Act which was implemented in November 1989 to improve the welfare of youngsters caught in the middle of parental separation.
Everyone knows the importance of entrepreneurs in a successful economy and, even more importantly, the part they can play in any economic recovery. Mishcon de Reya and the London Chamber of Commerce co-authored "The Entrepreneurship Report" to give entrepreneurs a voice and a platform.
The Kick Off Review, commissioned by leading law firm Mishcon de Reya and carried out by YouGov, surveyed board members from all four professional divisions to discover the issues affecting the beautiful game.
Mishcon de Reya has long been committed to ensuring and promoting equality and diversity. Indeed, over 50 years ago our founder, Lord Mishcon, sat on the Wolfenden committee, which recommended that homosexual behaviour between consenting adults in private should no longer be a criminal offence. The committee's recommendations eventually led to the passage of the Sexual Offences Act 1967.