In the first of two articles, guest blogger John Dennet, General Counsel, AE discusses the general considerations of doing business in the United Arab Emirates. With the UAE government's commitment to clean energy and new infrastructure, opportunities are abundant.
Every December Leading Light blogger Kate Griffiths-Lambeth invites leading figures from the wider HR industry to contribute thought provoking, powerful articles and commentary to her AdventBlog. Day 19 (published 19/12/16) and Cogence Search's Mark Husband discusses why that 'iffy aphorism', "A penny saved is a a penny earned..." is causing so many of us a deal of heartache this Christmas.
I have tried Uber. I’ve experienced drivers asking me for the post code of my destination so that they can enter it into their satellite navigation system and then slavishly follow its directions regardless of road conditions. And indeed, drivers simply not arriving is not a rare phenomenon. One such non-arrival was accompanied by an Uber text stating, “It looks like your driver began the trip without you in the car, resulting in the £5 charge.” It was this statement that led me to abandon Uber altogether...
With the Referendum less than two days away, the Ins and Outs are drawing all their strength for one last duel. Guest blogger James Hilsdon says 'In' - the Human Rights Act 1998 can be a crucial tool in the commercial courts.
These are the results of our survey of over 12,000 lawyers asked to address questions relevant to the effect of gender on progression in the legal profession. The full article has been published in the October edition of Legal Business Magazine. Cogence Search are a highly specialist London and international Legal Recruitment Agency. Read the full article
Our article addressing the issue of gender and progression in the legal profession based upon an extensive survey involving over 12,000 lawyers. The full survey results can be found in the blog below. Read the full article
Four London-based dispute resolutions tell us why London is the leading jurisdiction for litigation. ‘The future of London dispute resolution lies in the ability of firms to sell our uniquely global dispute resolution skills to the world.’ Mathew Rea, Bryan Cave Read the full article