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Balancing workers' rights with the gig economy

What do a plumber, a mini cab driver and a bike courier all have in common?

How social class can affect your pay

Professionals from elite backgrounds earn more than peers from working-class families

February - Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

Draft Finance Bill 2017 clauses have finally been released on the income tax treatment of offshore trusts.

People do have strong rights under the Data Protection Act confirms Court of Appeal

On 16 February 2017, the Court of Appeal issued its long-awaited judgment in Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing clarifying certain aspects of the subject access right (SAR) under the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA). The Information Commissioner's Office intervened to make submissions in the case.

Children must be seen and heard in divorce

Sandra Davis writes for Spears

Kings Cross: A Master Class in Regeneration

The past decade has seen the transformation of Kings Cross from a rundown, former red light district into a buzzing neighbourhood, a place to meet, eat, live, work and – of course – travel into and out of.

The Article 50 legal challenge

Clarifying the UK's constitutional requirements to start Brexit

UPC: time to finalise opt-out strategies

David Rose and Nina O'Sullivan write for World Intellectual Property Review

Calling entrepreneurs

It's time to be vocal about the post-Brexit visa system you need

Dutch Court confirms a toner cartridge is registrable as a design

The Hague District Court (sitting as a Community Design Court) has decided that toner cartridges can be protected as Community Designs.

UK supreme court backs woman's right to receive late partner's pension

Ruling marks significant extension of unmarried cohabitees’ rights and could affect millions of families Owen Bowcott

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Wyatt v Vince: Vindicating post-separation contributions

The decision of the Supreme Court clarifies the law on strike-out in family proceedings and provides clear guidance to lower courts on the efficient case management of financial remedy proceedings.

Data IQ: Adam Rose discusses current worldwide data protection issues

Adam Rose, a partner and data protection lead at Mishcon de Reya LLP tests the temperature of data protection worldwide and discusses how recent political upheavals on both sides of the Atlantic will shape future policy.

Nick West talks to Artificial Lawyer about the launch of MDR LAB

Artificial Lawyer caught up with Nick West, Chief Strategy Officer of London-based law firm, Mishcon de Reya, which has become the first UK firm to set up its own legal tech incubator.

The Lawyer Hot 100

Featuring Executive Partner James Libson

RedLaw interviews Lisa Tremble

Why Mishcon got involved with Article 50 and more

Property tycoon facing £611m debts loses high court battle

A property tycoon facing debts of £611m has lost a High Court battle with creditors over an individual voluntary arrangement (IVA) that would have seen creditors receive seven pence for every pound owed.

A once in a generation constitutional case

James Libson writes for The Lawyer

The Hot 100 effect

Mishcon’s tech guru