Monthly Archives: September 2022

IRAs and how they work (Part 2)

Part 2 of our latest UK/USA podcast. Senior Associate Aidan Grant is joined by Partner John Bull from Blick Rothenberg to discuss Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) nd break them down into three areas. They are going to discuss what are …

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Employers: Are you ready for the changing Right to Work checks from 1 October?

Navigating ‘Right to Work’ checks has long been a key component of employers’ obligations when onboarding new employees. These checks must be conducted before an individual starts work and any offer of employment should be conditional upon the Right to …

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Lawyers welcome plans to boost arbitration laws to secure London’s status as leading disputes hub

The article stated that lawyers have welcomed the Law Commission’s plans to amend the Arbitration Act 1996 with a view to strengthening the UK’s position as a “leading destination” for commercial disputes. The Law Commission’s plans aim to boost the …

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How to handle allegations of sexual violence

Sexual violence can take many forms and extend beyond rape and physical assault. Employers should, therefore, maintain a broad definition that includes unwanted touching or contact; the use or threat of force; forcing a victim to perform sexual acts; using …

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Does the UK need to replace axed Tier 1 Investor Visa?

With the closure of the Investor visa earlier this year, how can clients navigate the gap in the immigration system that it left behind, writes Charlie Fowler, senior associate at Collyer Bristow. The Investor visa was a popular route for …

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Collyer Bristow strengthens international offering with Immigration hire

Charles’ immigration work spans private client and corporate immigration, providing support to high-net-worth individuals and their families (and family offices) wishing to relocate; to international entrepreneurs and investors; and to both UK companies wishing to employ foreign nationals (recruiting from …

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Queen Elizabeth II

Collyer Bristow mourns the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and the end of her reign of extraordinary service. Together, we will pay tribute to her legacy as a pillar of strength and inspiration to so many.  

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