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watch our employment law update for in house lawyers - October 2018

24 October 2018

James Tait covers the latest update in employment law, looking firstly at the ongoing issue of employment status (issues arising out of Uber and Deliveroo cases) and the impact that this has on contracts and liability.

We also update on the developments in IR35 - how it applies to businesses in both the public and private sector, and the impact this has on tax. Finally James looks at some recent cases considering the issue of protecting employer’s reputation and brand image.

Watch our Employment law update for In house lawyers - October 2018

Read our blog here for more information on IR35.

You can also follow our LinkedIn showcase page where you’ll find lots of useful resources and information aimed at in house lawyers.

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Helen Taylor and Alex Berkshire will be detailing the Government's proposals for a new immigration system and exploring the potential impact on UK business.

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Entrepreneurs Relief from CGT: changes to the 'personal company' tests on share sales

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Prohibition on corporate directors – what’s the latest?

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How will Brexit affect businesses from an immigration perspective?

Now that the Brexit negotiations are in full swing, we have set out below our updated advice on some of the most common questions we see surrounding the potential impact of Brexit on employment and business immigration.

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