Our IP Partner, Akash Sachdeva comments on Lord Justice Floyd's retirement earlier this month, following his significant contribution to the IP community.
Following the UK Supreme Court's landmark ruling granting Uber drivers worker status, Jennifer Maxwell-Harris comments on this decision and the impact it will have on the gig economy.
Daniel Swimer answers the questions of Pub & Bar's legal writers. They discuss the implications of COVID-19 lease protection ending for tenants.
Coverage for Joelson in the Financial Times article on the evolving role of the Chief Financial Officer/Financial Chief within a partnership organisation and how they gain trust and buy in.
David Hershkorn and Jennifer Maxwell-Harris have written an article for China-Britain Business Focus on details surrounding the new Hong Kong British National (Overseas) visa rules and what they mean.
Litigation Partner Jo Gregory considers the importance of experts as highlighted in the Ashley Wilde case.
Corporate Partner, Phil Hails-Smith comments for Raconteur explaining how companies can make it clear to their employees when they are being tracked.
The Law Society Gazette reports of Joelson's new Partner hire, Akash Sachdeva into the litigation and IP team.
Following the announcement that IR35 reforms are to be delayed, David Geenhalgh, Employment Partner, comments on why this might be a good thing.
Intellectual Property Magazine reports Joelson's new Partner hire, Akash Sachdeva into the litigation and IP team.
David Greenhalgh, Employment Partner, comments on news that the IR35 reforms have been delayed until 2021 at the earliest.