Doreen Hartwell participates in the IR Global Disputes Virtual Series – Technology & Disputes: The impact of new technology on litigation and dispute resolution

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers For the legal sector, COVID-19 has been a huge catalyst for change globally. Overnight, almost all legal advisors decamped en masse from their expensive mid-town and city offices to their homes to work. Personal meetings suddenly disappeared to be replaced by virtual meetings on Zoom or Microsoft Teams. As the UK […]

Doreen HartwellPartner, Hartwell Thalacker, LTD.

Blaser Mills Law client wins case against Banksy

This week Banksy lost his legal battle with Full Colour Black printing over the trademark of his famous artwork, the ‘Flower Thrower.’  Full Colour Black, represented by Blaser Mills Law Trade Mark Attorney, Aaron Wood, had built a business selling postcards of various graffiti based street art work, using photos they had taken themselves. Last […]

James SimpsonPartner, Blaser Mills Law

Administrative Ruling No. 054, which establishes the regulations for public offer of securities of Small and Medium Enterprise (Official Gazette No. 41913 of July 2, 2020)

The National Superintendence of Securities (SUNAVAL) issued Administrative Ruling Nº 054, published in the Official Gazette No. 41913 of July 2, 2020, which regulates the public offer of securities issued by Small and Medium Enterprise (SME). The Ruling establishes the guidelines for the public offer of securities of SMEs to guarantee the adequate conditions of […]

Francisco A. CasanovaPartner, Ponte Andrade & Casanova

Conn Maciel Carey Expands Midwest Practice with Addition of Talented L&E Attorney

Conn Maciel Carey LLP, a boutique law firm with national practices in OSHA • Workplace Safety, Labor & Employment, and Litigation, is pleased to announce that Ashley Mitchell has joined the firm as an attorney in its Chicago office. Ms. Mitchell, an employment litigator, will represent clients in a wide range of employment litigation and counsel clients […]

Kara MacielFounding Partner, Conn Maciel Carey

[Webinar] NLRB Update: Senate Confirmations, Union Organizing, and Election Rules

On Wednesday, September 16th at 1:00 PM ET, join Kara M. Maciel and Mark M. Trapp for a webinar regarding “NLRB Update: Senate Confirmations, Union Organizing, and Election Rules.”   With a solid Republican majority in place for most of the Trump Administration, and new confirmations establishing a quorum, the National Labor Relations Board is methodically establishing or re-establishing […]

Kara MacielFounding Partner, Conn Maciel Carey

WARN Act Notices Deadline Approaching for Layoffs and Furloughs

Any employer that temporarily laid off or furloughed employees in the Spring of 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and has not yet recalled those employees should be aware of an impending important deadline under the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (“WARN Act”). The WARN Act requires employers with 100 or […]

Kara MacielFounding Partner, Conn Maciel Carey

IR Global Employment Lawyers discuss: ‘Adaptability: The only true pandemic-proof contingency plan’

Rebecca Torrey, Shilpen Savani and Rachida el Johari take part in our most recent podcast discussing ‘Adaptability: The only true pandemic-proof contingency plan’, hosted by our podcast host, Jennifer Riggins. Rebecca, Shilpen, Rachida and Jennifer discuss how the global pandemic has shaped the advice and support they are giving their clients during this testing time and how […]

Rebecca TorreyPartner, The Torrey Firm

Blaser Mills Law acquires long-established High Wycombe firm

High Wycombe based law firm, Blaser Mills Law, has acquired reputable local solicitors, Reynolds Parry Jones LLP [RPJ], as part of its ongoing growth and expansion. Blaser Mills Law is already one of the largest law firms in the region and will be further bolstered by the addition of RPJ’s operations and long-held reputation in […]

Jonathan LilleyPartner, Executive Chairman, Blaser Mills Law

Update on relaxations for increase in working hours for factories

Background In a bid to boost the Indian economy, multiple states had permitted factories to extend the working hours of their workforce for a fixed period of time. Instead of the usual 48 hours a week, workers in factories were permitted to work between 60 and 72 hours in a week and would be entitled […]

Aliff FazelbhoySenior Partner, ALMT Legal, Advocates & Solicitors

CDC Revises its COVID-19 Return-to-Work Criteria, Again

On July 20, 2020, the U.S. Centers Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) made major revisions to its COVID-19 “discontinue home isolation” guidance, upon which employers may rely to determine when it is safe for employees to return to work.  This comes only a couple months after CDC made major revisions to the same guidance document when, […]

Kara MacielFounding Partner, Conn Maciel Carey