Today we’re changing our name to Plume. We dive into our feather-ruffling history and explain why this is the right time for a change.
When workplace disputes are not resolved through negotiation or internal processes, employees may turn to employment tribunals to seek a resolution. In this article we explore the tribunal types, the process for bringing a claim and how tribunals can be avoided.
AI is here to stay - but regulators are catching up. We explore the opportunities of artificial intelligence, and how you can avoid the big legal risks.
We explore the UK's extension to the existing EU-US Data Privacy Framework (Data Bridge) to allow for the sharing of personal data from the UK to US organisations which have signed up to the Data Bridge.
We delve into the significance of mental health in the workplace, address common challenges, and provide actionable tips for creating a supportive work environment.
Brexit changed the landscape of employing staff from overseas and it does feel like we’re still letting the ground settle. In this blog we explore visa and sponsorship types for long & short term employees.
In this article, we'll explain what consultancy agreements are (for both individual consultants and those operating through PSCs), when and why you might need to use them, as well as the significance of IR35.
In this article, we tackle the world of IoT, from common use cases on the market to the due diligence needed to create safe IoT products.
Settlement Agreements are frequently used a lot in an employment context, usually when an employment relationship is coming to an end.
Building a diverse network can be valuable in many aspects of life. In a business context as an in-house lawyer, it's crucial to build a network of relationships that can support your legal work and help the company achieve its objectives.
As an in-house lawyer it is crucial to secure a seat at the decision making table in order to demonstrate your value and expertise. Here are some specific strategies for ensuring that the C-suite involves them in the decision-making process:
Words of wisdom from those who have walked the walk before you can go a long way in providing reassurance & inspiration. Fortunately, we know a few seasoned GCs who were good enough to share their top tip on how to thrive in-house.
Legal tech sits at the intersection between the legal sector and digitisation. In this article we explore the process for introducing legal tech to your in-house function.
Empowering a business to self-serve typically involves providing tools, resources, and autonomy to perform various tasks and functions independently. We help put together the pieces of the puzzle of self-service.
In-house legal teams can maximise the benefits of templates and playbooks by creating standardised documents and processes for common legal tasks. In this article we explore this differences between the two.
Navigating the in-house life requires a sense of humour, a willingness to embrace the absurd, and the ability to juggle legal matters with a smile. You need to blend legal expertise with business acumen, adaptability, and effective communication.
In this article, we tap into the years of being a solo in-house lawyer within the Stephenson Law team to help you navigate the maze with success and help you make your mark.
Reducing legal spend is an art form. We tackle 6 strategies for in-house lawyers to reduce legal costs and ease the pressure facing their function.