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Independent Community Pharmacist magazine article - January 2017

Press clipping: Pharmacy and the Law Copyright CIG Ltd.

According to a 2015 report by the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS), workplace bullying is on the rise, with about 20,000 calls relating to bullying being made each year to ACAS alone. Regrettably, bullying of staff members by pharmacy owners, managers, supervisors and work colleagues also occurs in community pharmacies.

Hotel, Leisure & Hospitality Update - Special Issue - January 2017

The well-publicised controversy at Byron Burger concerning illegal workers over the summer highlights some of the challenges and risks around immigration for employers. The UK’s immigration landscape is tough, the rules and policies change at an alarming pace, and penalties can be harsh.

Housing and Regeneration News - December 2016

Consolidation, Deregulation, Development.

Reform of data protection law

Housing and Regeneration News - December 2016

Preparing for the General Data Protection Regulation 
 
What is the Regulation?
 
The European Parliament has introduced a General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by way of reform of EU Data Protection Law. 
 
The GDPR replaces the current Data Protection Directive, which was implemented into UK Law through the Data Protection Act 1998.
 

Housing and Regeneration News - December 2016

In this article we look at the recent case of: Holley v Hillingdon LBC [2016] EWCA Civ 1052
November 01, 2016, Arden, Underhill and Briggs LJJ

Independent Community Pharmacist magazine article - November 2016

AIM High - Issue 15

Even prior to the Brexit vote 2016 was a challenging year for IPO activity. This does not mean that companies considering an IPO should simply wait until the conditions improve.
 
It is likely that an already volatile market, which has seen a number of IPOs, such as Pure Gym, being pulled or only getting away with reduced valuations, will take further time to settle as participants try to interpret the consequences of the Brexit and US presidential votes.
 

AIM High - Issue 15

AIM companies should start to fully embrace the benefits offered by increased board diversity. It helps to avoid group think, and a variety of viewpoints can help to drive commercial competitiveness.
 
If quoted companies do not address this corporate governance weakness, changes to governance codes are likely to be forthcoming. The current focus remains board composition, and it is a hot topic. 
 

AIM High - Issue 15

On 21 October 2016, the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) published its Corporate Reporting Annual Review for 2015/2016 based on the reports and accounts of listed companies for the year to 31 March 2016. 
 

AIM High - Issue 15

The number of companies on AIM dropped to 995 in October, the first time that it has fallen below 1,000 since November 2004. This is not necessarily a positive development for AIM, but the potential downside in part contributes to the continuing increase in the average market cap of AIM companies. 
 

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