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  • Mishcon Sports Law Academy Student Briefing

    At Mishcon de Reya we have a dedicated team of sports lawyers who are passionate about the business of sport. We believe it is important to share our knowledge and experience with future generations of lawyers and therefore we established the Mishcon Sports Law Academy.
  • Real Insights - Property UpdateIssue 20 | July 2017

    Welcome to the July issue of Real Insights.
  • Recruitment WatchIssue 8 | June 2017

    Welcome to the latest edition of Recruitment Watch, prepared by the firm's Recruitment Services Group to keep you updated on the latest developments in the sector and to inform you of what's on the horizon.
  • Brussels InsiderIssue 3 | June 2017

    Welcome to this edition of Brussels Insider brought to you by Mishcon de Reya and communications and public affairs consultancy Kreab.
  • London & The WorldIssue 5 | June 2017

    Welcome to London & The World. This bulletin is designed to bring you the latest comment and analysis on the topics most relevant to you and your clients.
  • Enforcement WatchIssue 22 | May 2017

    This edition of Enforcement Watch looks both at the messages of the enforcement cases in the last few months and at what changes on the horizon are likely to mean for firms and individuals in the shape of future enforcement.
  • Inside Life SciencesIssue 1 | April 2017

    Welcome to the Spring edition of the Mishcon de Reya Inside Life Sciences bulletin.
  • Executive MattersIssue 1 | April 2017

    Welcome to the first edition of Executive Matters, which has been created specifically for people in senior management and executive roles.
  • Why Invest in the UK?

    British time zones give businesses a competitive advantage that is here to stay – we’ve been almost geographically designed that way. There are excellent tax connections and a world beating service sector to boot, boasting a broad selection of service firms, equipped to deliver the highest standards in their respective fields. This includes an internationally recognised legal system that people trust, making Great Britain, not only the litigation capital of the world, but the jurisdiction of choice for business. This briefing note is only intended as a general statement of the law and no action should be taken in reliance on it without specific legal advice.
  • Employment MattersIssue 5 | March 2017

    Welcome to our latest newsletter, designed to keep you updated on the latest developments in employment law and to inform you of what's on the horizon.
  • Property ShapersIssue 13 | March 2017

    In the words of John F. Kennedy, "Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future." With change comes opportunity so long as we recognise and act upon it. 2016 ushered in a new London Mayor in Sadiq Khan, significantly the UK opted to leave the European Union and Theresa May became Prime Minister, only the second woman to hold this office. With these changes signalling a new dawn, collaborative thought and working will become even more important. We continue to see this in the real estate sector.
  • "An Inspector calls: do you need a lawyer?"

    Tim Thompson and Gareth Minty review corporate entities under investigation, stressing the importance of identifying threats to a business at an early stage and then managing them strategically.
  • Tax AwareIssue 2 | August 2016

    Welcome to the latest edition of Tax Aware, prepared by the Firm's Tax Group.
  • Mishcon de Reya's Guide to Football Immigration

    The Sports Group at Mishcon de Reya LLP has a strong track record of identifying and delivering visa solutions for foreign players joining English football clubs. Given the focus on immigration during the summer transfer window, we have prepared this handy 'Football Passport' setting out the various ways in which football players can enter the UK. If you have any queries please contact: Liz Ellen or Maria Patsalos
  • Brexit: the potential impact

    The British people have made the historic decision to leave the EU. No state has ever left the European Union before, and the rules for exit – contained in Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon – are very brief. We will therefore undoubtedly see much speculation over the coming weeks.
  • Inside DisputesIssue 6 | May 2016

    Welcome to Inside Disputes, our e-bulletin focusing on all things dispute-related.