News & Insights
Our team of experts shine a spotlight on new legal developments, share their views on the impact of current affairs, and offer insights on issues that could impact you and your business.
In this episode, Alberto Lidji and Clare Stirzaker are joined by Sarah Woolnough. Sarah is the CEO of Asthma + Lung UK, a charity leading the fight to improve care and support for everyone with a lung condition. Together Alberto, Sarah and Clare look at the impact donations and supporters have on charities and the work undertaken to build personal relationships with philanthropists to build trust and ensure a mutual partnership is aligning with the objectives of both parties.
Employment Associate Alex Martinelli sets out six key areas new employers should consider when hiring employees for the first time. Failure to comply with relevant employment laws can result in both criminal and civil liability.
With a rise in reports surrounding NFT and cryptocurrency scams, Partner, Kellie Jones and Associates Rosie Adcock and Alexander Martinelli highlight what strategies can be put in place by those creating, buying or selling NFTs.
Remarkably, around one fifth of the UK population now own at least some form of ‘crypto’, be that an NFT or cryptocurrency. In this series of insights, Alexander Martinelli and Hugo Brown touch briefly on the steps involved in creating and transferring NFTs before exploring in more depth some potential use cases for Blockchain technology.
Alexander Martinelli and Hugo Brown consider the lifecycle of a digital asset and explore what else can be tokenised.
In this final part of our series looking at the lifecycle of a digital asset, Alexander Martinelli and Hugo Brown reflect where the real value lies in the Blockchain and ‘crypto’.
In recent article in The Art Newspaper Employment Associate, Alexander Martinelli highlights the lack of legislative backing around unpaid internships over the last decade.
Partner, Simon Fitzpatrick and Trainees, Alexander Martinelli and Harvey Tomes reflect on how The Modern Slavery Act 2015 is one of the key pieces of legislation luxury goods companies need to be aware of when it comes to considering ethical sourcing.
As more fine art is sold online – accelerated by the pandemic – the risk of people buying fakes or works of dubious provenance is greater than ever.
Our experts share their insights & market view on the impact of current affairs.