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UK: What impact has the abolition of Employment Tribunal fees had on employers?

19th April 2018

Anna Lovett (Employment Law Solicitor) at MSI's Carlisle law member firm Burnetts investigates the impact of the abolition of tribunal fees in 2017 and gives her top tips to stay protected in the event of a claim.

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Moved to Norway? Moved from Norway?

18th April 2018

Moving to, or from Norway triggers many tax questions. The most common questions are related to Norwegian resident criteria and tax return obligations. MSI Norwegian law member Magnus Legal provides an overview.

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UK: Spring Statement 2018

9th April 2018

The Chancellor delivered his first Spring Statement on 13 March 2018, an economic update, free of new tax and spending measures. MSI's UK London-based accounting member haysmacintyre provides an overview.

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A Facebook invitation for trouble: Legal issues of internet sleuthing and employee posts

9th April 2018

Social media is inescapable, whether it's your aunt's posts on Facebook, a political argument erupting on Twitter or an Instagram picture of your friend's pancakes. Many people share their daily movements, thoughts and habits on their personal social media accounts. These accounts can be a wealth of information for a prospective employer, but using the information learned from these sources during the hiring process can create problems. MSI's South Carolina and Georgia law member Smith Moore Leatherwood LLP provides further insight.

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