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1 March 2021

Now that the Brexit-transition period has ended, as of 1 January 2021 the EU State aid rules no longer apply to the UK. Stacey Gray, senior associate at Square One Law provides an update on the new UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement and the UK’s international obligations relating to subsidy control. https://youtu.be/sKUofufueQU 

11 February 2021

Jean-Pierre van Zyl, head of employment at Square One Law and Kevin Brown, CEO, Pacifica Group, the largest domestic support service provider and owner of the 0800 repair brand offering professional appliance repairs to households and businesses, discuss whether employers can legally enforce their employees to receive the vaccination and/or undertake lateral flow testing.

15 January 2021

Corporate transactions look set to continue to gather pace after a strong uptake in activity within the last quarter of 2020. In line with our continued support of business throughout the lockdown, Square One Law is delighted to once again offer support through dedicated Corporate Deals Clinics, following the well-received series we held last summer. […]

2 September 2020

Navigating the race and gender divide with Mary Agbesanwa From her position as a Management Consultant at PwC UK, Mary Agbesanwa strongly believes that “if you can’t see it, you can’t be it” when it comes to helping young professionals believe in their abilities to grow within a business. After being named as the number one Future […]

26 August 2020

By Sophie Yantian ULaw Leeds and Sheffield campus dean Matt Tomlinson highlights the opportunities available to students in the northern city regions and shares his advice on securing a TC amid the COVID crisis ULaw Leeds and Sheffield campus dean Matt Tomlinson Yorkshire has long been a thriving legal hub in the North. As businesses increasingly […]

11 August 2020

By Marina Gerner, 10th August 2020 An aversion amongst male venture capitalists to talk about vaginas is belittling a whole generation of female entrepreneurs “I walked into this room, and there were probably about 30 men in their late 50s and 60s – all white hair,” says Colette Courtion, founder of Seattle-based health and wellness […]

11 August 2020

By Ameera Steward The Birmingham Times For Cecilia Pearson, founder and CEO of Birmingham-based Babypalooza, an important next personal and professional step is to invest in Black women who are establishing businesses—just as others made investments in her. “I had to learn a lot of my lessons the hard way, and I would love to be […]

10 August 2020

By John Choi,  Unitu’s communication officer, is a final-year student at University College London (UCL). He was an elected Course Representative and then Lead Department Representative for the Faculty of Laws, and has won the UCL Students’ Union Academic Rep of the Year Award 2019 and 2020. September is soon upon us and universities must […]

6 August 2020

BY SOPHIA WATERFIELD ON 8/5/20 An explosion ripped through the Port of Beirut in Lebanon on Tuesday, leaving over 100 dead and thousands injured and homeless. The exact cause of the explosion is still being investigated. International aid, emergency workers and medical personnel are heading to the capital from countries such as France, Jordan, Egypt, the Czech […]

5 August 2020

A forthcoming recession could see divorce rates surge, impacting tens of thousands of dependent children, according to divorce lawyers at Parker Bullen solicitors. With financial prosperity comes relationship harmony and a drop in divorce rates. But following the last two recessions, divorces rates rose by around 5%. In 2010, divorce rates rose by 4.9% following […]

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