Why you need IP protection when starting and growing a business - now more than ever. Joined by speakers from Joelson, Aerofoil and Appleyard Lees, this is a must-see webinar for any new business with a great invention that they want to protect!
As part of the Bread & Jam festival 2020 we hosted a session detailing what start-ups need to know as they begin fundraising.
A chance to hear from the founder of Brewhouse & Kitchen about how customer behaviours have changed and what further changes we can expect following the pandemic, how OakNorth have supported leisure during the pandemic, lessons learnt from the last recession and the state of the market and how landlords and tenants can work together in the post-Covid world.
Anthony Fletcher, CEO of Graze, the healthy snack brand, recently spoke at the Joelson Founder's Fireside event to discuss the journey of developing Graze over the last decade.
James Davidson, Co-Founder of Tails.com, the subscription-based dog food supplier, spoke at the recent Joelson Founder's Fireside event.
Huib van Bockel, founder of Tenzing, the healthy energy drink, recently spoke at our Founder's Fireside event to discuss his entrepreneurial journey and the challenges he faced starting Tenzing.
At Joelson we provide specialist immigration advice and assistance to businesses, families and individuals.
Following a similar trial in Cambridge this May, self-driving vans and buses began rolling out in Bristol as part of a trial in August. The aim is for them to being service in the first quarter of 2022.
Joelson, the leading London law firm, has advised longstanding client Elvie, the revolutionary femtech brand developing iconic products for women, on its £70m Series C Funding Round.
The government’s response to the 2019 consultation on sexual harassment in the workplace was published over the summer on 21 July 2021 and details many potential legal developments in this area.
In Amdocs Systems Group Ltd v Langton, the employee was entitled to an ‘escalator’ of 5% per annum on the payments that he received under a long-term sickness scheme, even though it ceased to be covered by the employer’s insurance policy before the employee began to receive payments.