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18 September 2020
The government has issued new regulations (Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Self-Isolation) (England) Regulations 2020) containing obligations for workers who are required to self-isolate. These impose a duty on an employer…
27 February 2020
        Matthew has over 25 years of experience working for a number of accounting firms including Deloitte, EY and most recently KPMG specialising in the UK and…
30 December 2019
The UK Department for International Trade has launched its Investment Support Directory making it easier than ever for foreign investors to find expert help when looking to set up and…
1 December 2019
Abbiss Cadres has been identified in The Times as one of the top 200 law firms out of 10,000 plus firms in England and Wales for the second consecutive year.…
1 February 2019
On Monday 28th January 2019, the UK Government published guidance regarding immigration for EU Nationals in the event that the UK leaves the EU on 29th March 2019 with no…
28 November 2018
As 2018 draws to a close we take a look back at the changes to UK Pensions this year. From a proposed increase to the Lifetime Allowance, to the Pensions…
23 November 2018
Background Section 75 and 75A Pensions Act 1995, as amended by Employer Debt Regulations, provides that an annuity buy-out debt is triggered on an employer of a defined benefit scheme…
20 November 2018
Abbiss Cadres is identified by The Times as one of the top 200 law firms in England and Wales. The Times notes that Abbiss Cadres is the only multidisciplinary practice…
4 June 2018
As you may have seen, we are pleased to report that EU state aid approval for EMI options has now been renewed, further to our previous alert about Enterprise Management…
14 June 2017
In Europe, dress codes and other restrictions on appearance at work can cause legal problems for employers when they impact upon employees who adopt religious attire, such as Islamic headscarves…
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