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Legal Right to Work Checks

It is now possible to use Identification Document Validation Technology (IDVT) to carry out digital checks on behalf of British and Irish citizens who hold a valid passport (or Irish passport card). Consequently in-person checks may no longer be the most efficient solution for your business. Launching soon Magrath Sheldrick LLP will be offering these…

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It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it

Facts Ms Kong was GIB’s Head of Financial Audit and she blew the whistle about certain compliance matters to GIB’s Head of Legal, Ms Harding. In doing so, she questioned Ms Harding’s legal awareness, but not her integrity. Ms Harding complained to GIB that Ms Kong had criticised her professional integrity and three different employees…

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UK – Police Registration Scheme Suspended

Home Office guidance on the requirement to register with the police was archived online on 4 August 2022, and the notification refers to it ceasing to apply to foreign nationals entering and residing in the UK. Announcements published on 8 August, indicate that the reason for the change is that ‘the registration scheme in its…

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    Adele is a Partner and head of Magrath Sheldrick’s Employment Department. Her practice covers all aspects of contentious and non-contentious Employment Law. She has a client base ranging from multinational PLC’s to small companies as well as private individuals.

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    Ahmad Namazie
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    I have several years experience advising clients in relation to their Immigration needs. I have experience advising individuals, SMEs and larger corporates on all aspects of Immigration Law

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    Anita Ofis
    Department: UK Immigration

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    Department: UK Immigration

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    Department: UK Immigration

    Ben is the firm's Managing Partner and leads the Immigration Department

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    Department: UK Immigration

    Experienced in various aspects of UK Immigration Law, including applications made under Tiers 1 and 2 of the Points Based System

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    Department: UK Immigration

    I have experience in various aspects of UK Immigration Law, including applications made under the Tier 2 category of the Points Based System

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    Department: UK Immigration

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    Department: Employment

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  • Legal Right to Work Checks

    It is now possible to use Identification Document Validation Technology (IDVT) to carry out digital checks on behalf of British and Irish citizens who hold a valid passport (or Irish passport card). Consequently in-person checks may no longer be the most efficient solution for your business. Launching soon Magrath Sheldrick LLP will be offering these… Read More

  • It ain’t what you do, it’s the way that you do it

    Facts Ms Kong was GIB’s Head of Financial Audit and she blew the whistle about certain compliance matters to GIB’s Head of Legal, Ms Harding. In doing so, she questioned Ms Harding’s legal awareness, but not her integrity. Ms Harding complained to GIB that Ms Kong had criticised her professional integrity and three different employees… Read More

  • UK – Police Registration Scheme Suspended

    Home Office guidance on the requirement to register with the police was archived online on 4 August 2022, and the notification refers to it ceasing to apply to foreign nationals entering and residing in the UK. Announcements published on 8 August, indicate that the reason for the change is that ‘the registration scheme in its… Read More

  • Employer Q & A: Working During Hot Weather

    Though the temperature has started to cool, it is almost inevitable that heatwaves will become a permanent feature of life in the UK.  We take a look at how employers can handle rising temperatures in the workplace. Can workers leave their workplace if it becomes too hot? It depends. Employees who feel unwell because of… Read More

  • Discrimination Law Association Briefings: EAT considers the claimant’s perception when evaluating allegations of harassment

    Introduction In an appeal against a decision that the use of a sacred religious phrase in a security training exercise was not harassment under the s26 of the Equality Act 2010 (EA), the EAT provided guidance on the relevance of the claimant’s perception when evaluating the allegations of harassment. Continue to this article   By… Read More

  • Webinar Recording: The Future of International Treaties In The Post Pandemic and Sanctions Era

    Please click on the link below to listen to Ben Sheldrick and colleagues from USA, Canada, and Panama as they discuss the future of international treaties in the current geopolitical context.   This event was sponsored by the American Bar Association.   Webinar Recording  Read More