Matthew Briggs considers the tax implications for employees and employers when employees work abroad.
Lucy Bloom joins Constantine Law from Osborne & Wise to be the eighth employment partner
Fruit giant Del Monte is accused of betraying its human rights pledges with allegations against security guards of violent beatings and the rape of villagers living near to its pineapple plantation in Kenya.
Leading data breach lawyers say the recent announcement by Shell that employee and customer information has been hacked may lead to claims for compensation by those affected.
Staff at a law firm which previously went into administration are hoping to secure a pay out after fellow solicitors took up their legal challenge.
Shazia Imtiaz shares her views on why further reform of off-payroll by HMRC is needed
Jo-Anne Pugh examines the ability of new technologies to disrupt and open up new paths into the legal profession
Sophie Vanhegan and Lisa Coleman assess the possible impact of the proposed limit on non-compete clauses