Joelson advises Send for Help on their co-investment with ECI Partners

June 5th, 2019

Joelson is delighted to have acted for James Murray and the management team of Send for Help on the transaction and their co-investment with ECI Partners.

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Joelson advises Clarion Events on the acquisition of Chinese events company

May 30th, 2019

Joelson has advised its long-standing client Clarion Events on the acquisition of Chinese event company Media 10 (Shanghai) Exhibition Company Limited.

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Joelson advises Whistle Punks on £1.5 million investment

April 26th, 2019

Joelson has advised Whistle Punks Urban Axe Throwing on a £1.5 million investment from Edition Capital.

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Help to Buy Scheme set to end in 2023

March 13th, 2019

The Government confirmed in their last budget it does not intend to introduce a further Help to Buy scheme after March 2023 so that means 4 years left to get your 5% deposit saved and use the scheme.

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Joelson advises Graze’s management team on its sale to Unilever

February 12th, 2019

Joelson, the London law firm, has today announced that it advised the CEO Anthony Fletcher and the Management Team of snack brand Graze on the company’s sale to Unilever.

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Joelson advises Currell on its strategic acquisition by Savills

January 17th, 2019

Joelson has today announced that it advised independently-owned real estate company Currell on its acquisition by Savills, the global real estate services provider.

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In limbo: How the lack of progress on Dutch gambling laws is leaving the industry in no-man’s land

January 14th, 2019

Richard Williams, partner and joint head of the gambling, licensing & regulatory team at Joelson discusses the past, present and potential future of the Dutch regulator.

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‘Always on’ culture: recipe for disaster?

September 19th, 2018

Are the current working conditions in the UK detrimental to its workforce? Is there anything employers can do to ameliorate the effects of an ‘always on’ culture? What are the potential risks for employers?

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How to handle office romances in the aftermath of #MeToo

September 19th, 2018

The #MeToo movement empowered victims to share their experiences on social media and demonstrated the prevalence of sexual harassment in society. As a result, many employers are reviewing how they should deal with workplace relationships which can give rise to sexual harassment or discrimination claims, especially where relationships break down.

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Obtaining a report from Occupational Health

September 19th, 2018

When an employee is ill, an employer will often wish to engage Occupational Health to produce a report on the employee’s health, any adjustments that could be made to the employee’s role and the return to work possibilities and options. It is usually the employer’s responsibility to arrange and pay for the occupational health appointment. … Continue reading “Obtaining a report from Occupational Health”

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