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我们协助客户处理劳动法和移民法方面的各类问题,包括“零工经济”(gig economy)、IR35税法问题、解雇、董事会纠纷、裁员、职场骚扰、就业歧视和移民等法律服务。

本所走在劳动法的最前沿,参与处理了当前最紧迫的一些法律问题。我们处理的相关案件有助于推动相关法律的完善,包括关于承包商在劳动法下的合法权利以及公司破产如何影响员工的索赔等法律。因此,我们经常代表客户参与劳动法庭、劳动上诉法庭、高等法院和上诉法院的案件的出庭。

我们专注于处理复杂、引人注目和高风险的案件。当客户向我们咨询法律问题时,我们会给出创新而又务实的解决方案,以确保获得最优的代理效果,同时确保客户的商业和声誉利益得到保护。

我们还处理高级管理人员、首席执行官、合伙人、创始人和董事会成员等个人面临的法律问题。正因为如此,我们知道作为员工方和用人单位的代理律师是如何运作的,我们会站在客户的立场预见对方将会采取的策略,并确切地了解我们的客户将面临的情况。

同样,我们专业的移民团队协助全球各个企业的关键员工移民到英国,处理个人的移民、国籍、定居或工作许可证等方面的问题。我们也协助欧盟地区的个人及其家庭成员处理英国脱欧后继续留在英国等问题。

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新闻 / Ince receives 'Highly Commended' prize at AllAboutLaw Awards 2022

21-03-2022 /

We are pleased to share that we have been recognised for our early career opportunities and graduate recruitment practices at The AllAboutLaw Awards 2022.

Ince receives 'Highly Commended' prize at AllAboutLaw Awards 2022

新闻 / Environment, Social and Governance: what can businesses do to attract and retain talent?

24-02-2022 /

Investors have been scrutinising businesses not just on their financial performance but also on their record on the Environment, Social and Governance factors since the 1960s. However, the reach of ESG has widened significantly in recent years. It is now not just investors looking at a business’s ESG record but also customers, suppliers and, crucially, current and prospective employees.

Environment, Social and Governance: what can businesses do to attract and retain talent?

洞察力 / Busting common myths around Data Subject Access Requests

09-12-2021 /

Data subject access requests are often used by employees tactically when in dispute with their employer, for example to cause a nuisance or to obtain information earlier than the disclosure deadline set by the Tribunal. We have answered below some of the myths we see around these requests.

Busting common myths around Data Subject Access Requests

洞察力 / FAQs: UK government consultation on flexible working

10-11-2021 /

Flexible working is where an eligible employee agrees with their employer to permanently change their working pattern, hours or location. For example, they may request to work part-time, to work annualised hours, to work some days or hours from home or to change their working hours each day. This was originally just for those with childcare responsibilities but it was expanded to include all those who wanted to work flexibly.  Apart from those with childcare responsibilities, other requests to work flexibly were relatively rare, but recently we are seeing more of our employer clients receive flexible working requests following the COVID-19 pandemic.

FAQs: UK government consultation on flexible working

洞察力 / Two male employees dismissed to improve gender pay gap figures

01-11-2021 /

In the case of Mr C. Bayfield and Mr C. Jenner v Wunderman Thompson (UK) Limited and Others, an employer was found to have discriminated against two employees on the grounds of sex when it selected them for redundancy in an attempt to improve its gender pay gap figures.  

Two male employees dismissed to improve gender pay gap figures

新闻 / Supporting employee mental health and wellbeing in the workplace during a relationship breakdown

19-10-2021 /

One in four people will experience mental health issues in their lifetime. This can have a significant impact on a person’s life, including their wellbeing and performance in the workplace. In this article, Susan J Williams, Partner and Head of Family (Cardiff), explores the significant impact mental health can have on relationships, and its role as a cause and consequence of a relationship breakdown.

Supporting employee mental health and wellbeing in the workplace during a relationship breakdown

新闻 / New modern slavery offences sentencing guidelines published

12-08-2021 /

The Sentencing Guidelines Council has today published the first sentencing guidelines for offences under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 (MSA).

New modern slavery offences sentencing guidelines published

新闻 / Ince Senior Immigration Consultant Marta Mendiondo speaks to ABC on the EU Settlement Scheme deadline

02-07-2021 /

Our Senior Immigration Consultant, Marta Mendiondo, spoke to ABC, one of Spain’s biggest selling newspapers, regarding the deadline of the EU Settlement Scheme.

Ince Senior Immigration Consultant Marta Mendiondo speaks to ABC on the EU Settlement Scheme deadline

新闻 / EU Settlement Scheme: New guidance for excess absences and paper forms available to download online

16-06-2021 /

The Home Office has changed its approach to excess absences and will now admit periods exceeding 12 months for Covid-related reasons.

EU Settlement Scheme: New guidance for excess absences and paper forms available to download online

洞察力 / The Future of the UK post-Brexit/post-pandemic: Alan Platt

11-05-2021 /

Alan Platt, our Consultant Director of Immigration at Ince, runs you through some of the available immigration routes into the United Kingdom.

The Future of the UK post-Brexit/post-pandemic: Alan Platt

洞察力 / UK Immigration Route - Young Professionals Scheme

06-05-2021 /

The UK Government has recently announced a new immigration route, known as the Young Professionals Scheme. This scheme provides the opportunity for a significant number of young Indian professionals to work in the UK for up to two years.

UK Immigration Route - Young Professionals Scheme

新闻 / Your future in the UK post-Brexit and post-Covid 19: what you need to know

08-04-2021 / 房地产

Over the last twelve months, the United Kingdom (UK) like the rest of the world, has seen the COVID -19 pandemic impact hugely on our ability to travel freely, to relocate for business, work, investment and education. We now see some light at the end of the tunnel with the UK’s mass immunisation programme which has seen infection (and thankfully) mortality levels fall dramatically. This is finally giving people hope for the future, resulting in renewed interest in the UK as a safe place to live, to invest in, and as somewhere to educate their children.

Your future in the UK post-Brexit and post-Covid 19: what you need to know

洞察力 / Immigration update February 2021

22-02-2021 /

If you are considering that relocation or change of employment during lockdown, Ince has an established and experienced Immigration team who are ready to advise employers and private individuals on their United Kingdom and worldwide immigration, work permit, sponsor licence and nationality requirements.

Immigration update February 2021

洞察力 / Supreme Court finds Uber drivers were 'workers' in successful case

22-02-2021 /

A group of Uber drivers who made claims for National Minimum Wage and paid-holiday in the Employment Tribunal back in 2016 have been successful in their case at the Supreme Court. 

Supreme Court finds Uber drivers were 'workers' in successful case

洞察力 / Employment Tribunals: raising a grievance not a bar to constructive dismissal claim

02-02-2021 /

The Employment Appeal Tribunal recently held in the case of Charles Gordon v J & D Pierce (Contracts) Ltd that an employee had not affirmed (i.e. accepted) a breach of contract and could still claim constructive dismissal even though he did not resign immediately and instead raised a grievance.

Employment Tribunals: raising a grievance not a bar to constructive dismissal claim

洞察力 / Non-competes: The unreasonable case for reform

29-12-2020 /

For the second time in four years, a Conservative Government has begun consultation on ways to reform post-termination restrictions in employment contracts. I would urge anyone with an interest and experience to respond to the Government directly before the 26 February 2021 deadline.

Non-competes: The unreasonable case for reform

洞察力 / Brexit : Workers moving from EU countries must now get a visa

08-12-2020 /

The Tier 2 visa is replaced by the Skilled Worker visa but pubs, hotels and care homes, still reeling from Covid, could now struggle to fill vacancies.

Brexit : Workers moving from EU countries must now get a visa

洞察力 / FCA Confirms that Non-Financial Misconduct is, actually, Misconduct

24-11-2020 /

On 5 November the FCA banned three men convicted of sexual and (in one case) domestic violence offenses from working in the financial services sector ever again.

FCA Confirms that Non-Financial Misconduct is, actually, Misconduct

洞察力 / Anti-bullying week 2021 podcast series

16-11-2020 /

In this podcast series for anti-bullying week, Fiona Young, Consultant at Ince in Gibraltar explores the impact of bullying, understanding the bully, how to seek assistance and putting in place systems to eliminate bullying in the workplace.

Anti-bullying week 2021 podcast series

洞察力 / Lockdown part two in England: Furlough scheme extended

02-11-2020 /

With the announcement that England will go into a four-week lockdown from 5 November, the Treasury has confirmed that the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (aka the Furlough Scheme) which was due to end on 31 October will be extended until December.

Lockdown part two in England: Furlough scheme extended

洞察力 / Applying for the EU settlement scheme: the countdown has begun

21-10-2020 /

We are now in the final phase of the post-Brexit transitional period. From an immigration perspective, this means EEA citizens only have three months to establish their residence in order to be able to live and work in the UK.

Applying for the EU settlement scheme: the countdown has begun

洞察力 / The Chancellor of the Exchequer announces new Job Support Scheme for UK employers

25-09-2020 /

To protect the UK economy over winter, which he says will be a “difficult" one, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, confirmed the end of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme yesterday.

The Chancellor of the Exchequer announces new Job Support Scheme for UK employers

洞察力 / Job Support Scheme to replace Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme from 1 November

25-09-2020 /

Yesterday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak announced the Treasury’s new Job Support Scheme, which will replace the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, also known as the 'Furlough Scheme', which will come to an end on 31 October.

Job Support Scheme to replace Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme from 1 November

洞察力 / Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme begins to wind down with changes from 1 September

02-09-2020 /

From 1 September 2020, employers making use of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will need to contribute 10% of a furloughed employee’s salary.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme begins to wind down with changes from 1 September

洞察力 / UK Immigration route for British National Overseas Citizens (BNO) Resident in Hong Kong

10-08-2020 /

From January 2021 the United Kingdom Government has announced the opening of an immigration route leading to settlement and full British Citizenship for holders of British passports endorsed “British National Overseas” and resident in Hong Kong.

UK Immigration route for British National Overseas Citizens (BNO) Resident in Hong Kong

洞察力 / Consultancy in times of COVID

06-08-2020 /

The COVID-19 pandemic has, for the time being at least, changed the way that we live and work.

Consultancy in times of COVID

洞察力 / Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme £1k bonus for employers

16-07-2020 /

Employers will be able to claim a one-off bonus of £1,000 for each furloughed employee brought back to work if they are still employed on 31 January 2021. 

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme £1k bonus for employers

新闻 / UK Residency and Citizenship Opportunity for Hong Kong Residents

02-07-2020 /

The UK Government has earlier this week announced the opportunity for residents in Hong Kong holding British National Overseas (BNO) passports and their dependants to be able to apply for residency in the United Kingdom, via an immigration route that will lead to permanent residency and full British Citizenship after a five year period.

UK Residency and Citizenship Opportunity for Hong Kong Residents

洞察力 / Q&A: Changes to Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

29-06-2020 /

On 12 June, the government released new guidance together with a useful summary; providing further detail on how the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will change from 1 July.

Q&A: Changes to Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

新闻 / Q&A: Returning to work and looking to the future in fashion and luxury retail

12-06-2020 /

On 15 June 2020, all non-essential retail, which includes fashion and luxury retail, is permitted to open for business, provided that safety guidelines are followed.

Q&A: Returning to work and looking to the future in fashion and luxury retail

新闻 / Redundancy and Covid-19: Dealing with consultation in lockdown

08-06-2020 /

It’s sadly inevitable that as the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme begins to wind down, and employers across the UK emerge to a shrunken economy, but with pre-coronavirus wage bills, that redundancies on a significant scale are going to happen across the nation.

Redundancy and Covid-19: Dealing with consultation in lockdown

新闻 / EU Update – Settled and Pre-Settled Immigration Status in the UK

02-06-2020 /

The current COVID crisis is at the centre of most Home Office communications at the moment. At this time of uncertainty it is important that EEA citizens and their family members are aware that it is still mandatory to apply for status under the EU Settlement Scheme to retain the legal right to live and work in the UK. There have been no changes to the scheme’s deadline, which closes on 30 June 2021. Every EEA citizen, except Irish nationals, must apply to retain the right to reside in the UK, unless they already hold British citizenship.

EU Update – Settled and Pre-Settled Immigration Status in the UK

洞察力 / Statutory Sick Pay expanded as 'Test and Trace' system is launched

28-05-2020 /

Statutory Sick Pay entitlement has been expanded today; the same day as the new “Test and Trace” system begins in England.

Statutory Sick Pay expanded as 'Test and Trace' system is launched

洞察力 / New guidance and concessions for foreign nationals currently in the United Kingdom

26-05-2020 /

The UK Government has announced new guidance and concessions for those foreign nationals currently in the United Kingdom and with leave to remain that expires between 24 January 2020 and 31 July 2020. Your visa will be extended to 31 July 2020 if you cannot leave the UK because of travel restrictions or self-isolation related to coronavirus (COVID-19).

New guidance and concessions for foreign nationals currently in the United Kingdom

洞察力 / New rules for passengers entering the United Kingdom from 8 June

26-05-2020 /

The Home Office has announced new rules for passengers entering the United Kingdom from 8 June, which include the requirement to self-isolation for a fourteen day period following arrival. The Home Secretary Priti Patel has justified the introduction of this requirement at this time to protect the country from a second wave of COVID-19 cases, as it is envisaged that as the UK transitions from lockdown, the number of passengers arriving in the country will increase dramatically and increase the risk of transmission of the virus to the UK community.

New rules for passengers entering the United Kingdom from 8 June

洞察力 / Working Safely During Covid-19: New Guidance for Employers

15-05-2020 /

The recently published government guidance provides a framework to encourage the UK to return to work and for workplaces to operate as safely as possible.

Working Safely During Covid-19: New Guidance for Employers

洞察力 / Coronavirus and the workplace - what next?

11-05-2020 /

In order to assist businesses who taking steps to re-open after a period of closure or remote working as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, we have set out some key guidance in the main areas where our clients are seeking advice.

Coronavirus and the workplace - what next?

新闻 / Biometric Residence Permit Update – those expiring on 31 December 2024

28-04-2020 /

The Home Office has now confirmed that they will introduce a new UK Format Biometric Residence Permit next year, which will more accurately reflect the period of leave granted to holders, or in the case of those granted indefinite leave to remain/enter, be granted for a standard ten year period (five year validity of those under eighteen). They have also confirmed that by early 2024, prior to currently issued Biometric Residence Permits expiring, the Home Office will publish details of how to apply for a free replacement Biometric Residence Permit, issued via the new guidelines set out above.

Biometric Residence Permit Update – those expiring on 31 December 2024

新闻 / Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme 20/04/2020

20-04-2020 /

On the 26 March 2020, the government published further guidance for the roll out of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. This guidance was updated again on 4, 9, 15, 17 and 20 April 2020. A Direction to HMRC was also published by the Treasury on 15 April 2020.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme 20/04/2020

洞察力 / Update: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme eligibility date changed to 19 March 2020

15-04-2020 /

In order for an employer to claim 80% of an employee’s wage costs up to £2,500 per month under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme the employee must have been placed on the PAYE payroll and notified to HMRC on an RTI submission on or before 19 March 2020. This is a change, announced by the Government today, from the previous eligibility date of 28 February 2020.  

Update: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme eligibility date changed to 19 March 2020

新闻 / Immigration: Domestic Violence

09-04-2020 /

Domestic Violence is not something anyone should have to live with and certainly is not a reason to remain in an abusive relationship, if your visa depends on the relationship subsisting. Get out at an early stage and look for help and don’t be ashamed if the relationship is not working. Domestic violence does not have to be just about physical violence, it can be psychological pressure, financial manipulation, cruelty, controlling behaviour, isolation, third party pressure and exploitation.

Immigration: Domestic Violence

洞察力 / New right to Statutory Parental Bereavement Leave comes into force today

06-04-2020 /

From today, a new right to Statutory Parental Bereavement Leave will apply; by virtue of The Parental Bereavement (Leave and Pay) Act 2018. This leave entitles all parents to two weeks of bereavement leave, which has to be taken within 56 weeks of the child’s death. This right applies to employees from day one of employment.

New right to Statutory Parental Bereavement Leave comes into force today

洞察力 / IR35 and the Off Payroll Working Rules

31-03-2020 /

The IR35 rules were first introduced in 2000 in order to tackle a perceived tax avoidance scheme whereby individuals sought to save employee income tax and national insurance contributions by supplying their services through an intermediary and paying themselves in dividends.

IR35 and the Off Payroll Working Rules

新闻 / Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

30-03-2020 /

On the 26 March 2020, the government published further guidance for the roll out of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme. While the objective of the scheme is to support employers whose operations have been severely affected by coronavirus (COVID-19), the scheme is also being utilised as a means of ensuring individuals are supported through this difficult time.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

洞察力 / FAQs: A guide to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

27-03-2020 /

Further details of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme have been released by the Government. This Q&A will answer some of the key questions businesses have in relation to the Scheme:

FAQs: A guide to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

新闻 / The BEAT Covid 19 Measures (Gibraltar)

26-03-2020 /

On Tuesday 24th March 2020, the Chief Minister of Gibraltar announced a series of initiatives, rules and measures to assist businesses and employees in the community to get through these extraordinary times.

The BEAT Covid 19 Measures (Gibraltar)

洞察力 / FAQs: How should my business manage absences during COVID-19?

26-03-2020 /

These frequently asked questions will help businesses make the right decisions when it comes to protecting the health and safety of their staff and maintaining business continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

FAQs: How should my business manage absences during COVID-19?

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