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  • Sale of E.T.S. Portsmouth Limited

    04 September 2017

    Barlow Robbins’ Corporate Team has advised on the sale of E.T.S. Portsmouth Limited, a national supplier of cable glands & other cable products, to a Swedish-listed business, Add-Tech. …

    Deals
  • Sale of a Pharmaceutical Data Analytics Company

    04 September 2017

    Barlow Robbins’ Corporate Team has advised on the sale of a provider of data analytics services to the pharmaceutical industry to a leading global information and technology services company which provides solutions within the healthcare industry. …

    Deals
  • Sale of Estate Agents

    04 September 2017

    Barlow Robbins’ Corporate Team has advised on the sale of two branches of a chain of estate agents to the owner of another branch in the same chain.…

    Deals
  • More power to copyright owners in a digital world

    10 August 2017

    In June 2017, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) delivered a long awaited judgment which is being widely celebrated by copyright owners throughout Europe. …

    Barlow Robbins Documents
  • Employment Law Update - July 2017

    26 July 2017

    Welcome to the July 2017 Employment Law Update. We hope that you will find this informative and useful in keeping you up to date…

    Articles
  • Employment Tribunal Fees

    26 July 2017

    ​History was made by the Supreme Court today (26 July 2017) when it quashed the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeal Tribunal Fees Order 2013 (Fees Order) – meaning that from today fees will cease to be payable for claims in the Employment Tribunal (ET) and Employment Appeal Tribunal.…

    Articles
  • Status Anxiety? - Part II

    25 July 2017

    This is the second in a series of articles on employment status in English law. In Part I we provided some background information as to the law on employment status and looked at the various statutory definitions.…

    Articles
  • A Mistaken Belief Did Not Prevent Whistleblower Protection

    25 July 2017

    If the reason, or principal reason, for dismissal is because of an employee’s protected disclosure (whistleblowing), the employee’s dismissal is automatically unfair. This will be the case even if the employer has a mistaken belief that the employee’s disclosure was not ‘protected’ for the purposes of the whistleblowing legislation.…

    Articles