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Changes to right to work checks

All employers must conduct right to work checks to ensure their employees have the right to work lawfully in the UK. Employers who fail to do so face potential fines and, in some cases, criminal liability. Checks must be conducted on recruitment for all employees before the individual starts work. Follow-up checks must also be conducted for employees on visas shortly before the visa is due to end.

Regulatory challenges for M&A transactions

Travers Smith Competition Partner Stephen Whitfield has written an article for Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence on upcoming regulatory challenges facing M&A transactions, in particular in the financial services sector.

Legal Business: The business of saving lives

‘Every week two women are killed by their partners and three commit suicide due to domestic abuse.’ With such a chilling opening line, it is no wonder that Travers Smith’s submission for CSR Programme of the Year at the 2021 Legal Business Awards stopped the judges in their tracks.

ICLG: Environmental, Social & Governance Law 2022

Derivatives & Structured Products Partner, Jonathan Gilmour, and Pensions Partner, Andy Lewis, have jointly contributed to the recently published International Comparative Legal Guide on Environmental, Social & Governance Law 2022. Their chapter outlines the key aspects of ESG law for occupational pension schemes and argue for a wider governance perspective, as well as a pure investment perspective, when approaching ESG.

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