Thinking Business – Issue Six


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Welcome to the sixth edition of Thinking Business, which we share our latest insights and thinking with a view to supporting growth and sustainability in our clients' businesses.

In this edition, we have chosen to focus on the theme of ‘Driving Change’, considering some of the many ways in which UK businesses – currently faced with a great deal of uncertainty on a number of fronts – can capitalise on the opportunities presented by technological, social and political transformation. With a lack of clarity continuing to surround the Brexit process and the threat of an economic slowdown now concerning many in the UK, companies find themselves in a period of unprecedented change. Personal computers, smartphones and the internet have created and destroyed entire industries in the past two decades, and artificial intelligence and robotics will do the same in the years ahead.

This issue looks at just a few ways in which this accelerating pace of change is impacting UK businesses, and considers opportunities that arise from the transformations that impact our clients most, such as:

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Insight

EU cross-border litigation following Brexit – what it means in practice and steps to mitigate risk

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Jennie Gubbins shortlisted to be 'Woman of the Year'

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Double hire for Trowers & Hamlins Birmingham corporate team

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Insight

Employee shareholder status was not terminated by subsequent service agreement

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Whistleblowing and reasonable belief in public interest

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Holidays for term-time only workers not subject to pro rata reduction

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