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After Article 50

Mishcon Events

Assessing the impact of the Article 50 legal challenge.

Pre-MIPIM Real Estate Party 2017

Mishcon Events

The Mishcon de Reya pre-MIPIM Real Estate Party, co-hosted with New West End Company and Bee London, with support from the Department for International Trade, started the 2017 MIPIM season in style - you can check out the highlights in this short film.

The Leap 100: Scaling up in uncertain times

The Leap

Jo Coburn was joined by a panel of entrepreneurs who shared their experiences of scaling a business and discussed how the economic uncertainity of the coming year may affect fast growth.

Board Governance, Diversity and Equality

Mishcon Thinks

In this Mishcon Thinks Film, Employment Partner Jennifer Millins discusses the importance of Boards engaging with issues such as diversity and equality – considering their own diversity and leading by example.

Mishcon Thinks: Greg Campbell

Mishcon Thinks

Paper published on corporate governance reform

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Jazz Shapers: The Live Session

Business Shapers

Jazz Shapers: The Live Session with "mistress of monochrome" and renowned interior designer Kelly Hoppen in conversation with Elliot Moss.

WHY? Festival 2016

General

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Board Governance: Bonuses, Culture and Diversity

Mishcon Thinks

On October 19 the FT reported that a poll they had conducted with members of the FT City Network debating forum (comprised of 60 company bosses and policymakers) showed that "a clear majority spoke in favour of employee representation on boards, undermining the belief that big business is hostile to the idea".

The Leap 100: Olympic Ambition: Tales of a Rio gold medallist

The Leap

At our second Leap event of 2016 Kate Richardson-Walsh, former Captain of the Team GB women's hockey team, shared her experiences from the Rio Olympics along with her thoughts on ambition, leadership and the importance of fostering a healthy team culture - as told to Jo Coburn, journalist and political correspondent for BBC News.