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Let´s talk disputes (an Osborne Clarke Podcast) ist kein klassischer Jura-Podcast – wir wollen über den berühmten Tellerrand schauen und mit Menschen sprechen, die einen etwas anderen Blick auf die Dinge haben. Seraina Kokkinos ist Prozessanwältin bei Osborne Clarke und Moderatorin von Let´s talk disputes. Mit ihrem Team spricht sie unter anderem über die Arbeit von ausländischen Prozessanwältinnen und Prozessanwälten, über den Ablauf von virtuellen Verhandlungen, wie man Legal Tech sinnvoll ...
 
When disruption is the norm and you’re surrounded by complexity, you need clarity. Osborne Clarke's straight-talking legal experts will give you the insights and advice you need to get the right result. Osborne Clarke is an international legal practice with over 270 Partners and more than 900 lawyers in 26 locations*. We help clients tackle the issues they’re facing today, and prepare for the ones they will face tomorrow. *Services in India are provided by a relationship firm
 
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This podcast has been set up to capture conversations with individuals who are pushing the boundaries across sectors as we move towards the goal of reaching Net Zero. For this edition Caroline Saul, Partner and 'Funding the transition to a low carbon future' Stream Lead interviews Keith Wilson, Head of Renewable Energy at Virgin Money. Caroline and…
 
This is the third podcast in our series titled 'Digitalisation | A spotlight on ...' This podcast has been set up to capture conversations with leaders across the Digitalisation eco-system, shining a light on the topic of digital inclusion and the positive role that technology has to play in its acceleration. In this episode of our series 'Digitali…
 
Seraina Kokkinos spricht heute mit Alexander Kirschstein (Rechtsanwalt bei Osborne Clarke) und Dr. Christian Schlicht (Richter am Landgericht Köln) über ihre Erfahrungen mit virtuellen Verhandlungen. Dabei geht es u.a. um die Durchführung von Zeugenvernehmungen, den Umgang mit technischen Problemen, den rechtlichen Rahmen sowie um Impulse für Refor…
 
In this podcast Jonathan Hazlett (Partner and Head of Pensions at Osborne Clarke), talks to Charlie Wedin (a Partner in our Commercial Disputes team who specialises in contentious privacy and cyber security issues) and Joe Webster (Legal Director) about cyber security.Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this podcast Jonathan Hazlett (Partner and Head of Pensions at Osborne Clarke), talks to Tobias Hole (Associate Director), about the new powers given to the Pensions Regulator last October and the introduction of a new requirement for employers to provide trustees and the Pensions Regulator with early notice of certain changes. They also look at…
 
In this podcast Jonathan Hazlett (Partner and Head of Pensions at Osborne Clarke), talks to Henry Corrigan (Senior Associate), about the legal requirements applying to trustees in the area of decarbonisation and ESG – in particular in connection with climate-related risks and opportunities.Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In this podcast Jonathan Hazlett, Partner and Head of Pensions at Osborne Clarke, talks to Jennifer Alldridge, Senior Knowledge Lawyer, about the new requirement for trustees to establish and operate an effective system of governance including internal controls (ESOG).Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Pensions 22 is a series of six podcasts on key pensions issues for trustees and employers in 2022. In this first episode, Jonathan Hazlett (Partner and Head of Pensions at Osborne Clarke) talks to Freddie Carter (a trainee solicitor) about the new rules for pensions transfers that started to apply on 30 November 2021. They discuss what the new rule…
 
This is the fifth episode in Osborne Clarke's Energy Innovation podcast series. In this episode Simon Hobday interviews Jason Stocks, Head of Demand and Flexible Generation at Limejump (part of Shell Renewables and Energy Solutions) on battery storage investable assets.Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In our latest Employment Law Coffee Break podcast, we talk to employment partner, Julian Hemming who highlights considerations for employers in the current climate, many of whom are keen for staff to celebrate after nearly two years of working through the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In episode five of Osborne Clarke's Mobility as a Service ("MaaS") podcast series, Jeremy Godley is joined by Parveen Arora - Partner and head of the energy and infrastructure practice and Shloka Vaidialingam, principal associate, both at Osborne Clarke's relationship firm in India, BTG Legal, to discuss some of the wider mobility trends in India.…
 
Danielle Kingdon, employment partner, speaks with Kate Howitt, UK Counsel for Zynga, a leading developer of social games, about Zynga's diversity and inclusion strategy and the steps they have taken to attract and support diverse talent in their business.Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In our latest tax podcast, Veronica McMahon, a senior corporate tax specialist and Matt Greene, an associate director, discuss preliminary issues hearings. They look at when you might want to take one particular issue in a tax dispute and have it determined by the tax tribunal first, before all the other issues are resolved.…
 
This podcast discusses the issues arising out of the Criminal Finances Act, 4 years after its introduction. The team are seeing an increase in HMRC investigating whether the criminal offence of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion has been committed.Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
This podcast discusses why mediation can work even though HMRC's Litigation and Settlement Strategy broadly means that they will not settle for less than they believe (on a "more likely than not" basis) they would obtain before a tribunal. For example, mediation can work where there is a factual dispute.Although tax mediation shares many similariti…
 
In this episode of our Future of Work hybrid working series, Employment Partner Olivia Sinfield talks with Becky Crawford, a Senior Associate in the Commercial Disputes team about the various commercial issues businesses need to be aware of when implementing new workforce or workplace strategies. The last 18 months or so has seen businesses relying…
 
This podcast has been set up to capture conversations with individuals who are pushing the boundaries across sectors as we move towards the goal of reaching Net Zero. For this third edition Caroline Saul, Partner and 'Funding the transition to a low carbon future' Stream Lead interviews Simon Thompson, Chief Executive of the Chartered Banker Instit…
 
This is the fourth episode in Osborne Clarke's Energy Innovation podcast series. In this session, Deborah Harvey is joined by Matthew Lewis and Tamara Quinn to discuss the due diligence process when acquiring technology or digital assets in the energy innovation space, and the unique IP and data considerations that may arise as part of that process…
 
In our latest podcast, Veronica McMahon, senior technical specialist in our Tax Group is joined by Erika Jupe, who leads the International Tax Practice Group in the UK. They discuss the tax challenges arising from globalisation and the digitalisation of the economy, with particular reference to the latest progress and announcements from the OECD, G…
 
This podcast has been set up to capture conversations with individuals who are pushing the boundaries across sectors as we move towards the goal of reaching Net Zero. For this second edition James Watson, Osborne Clarke's International Head of Decarbonisation interviews Damian Dunphy, Energy Transition Director at DLL.…
 
In our latest podcast, Matt Greene, Associate Director in our tax disputes team is joined by Rachel Couter, who leads our contentious financial services practice, to discuss how non-compliance with tax obligations can have an impact if you hold a senior position in the financial services industry.Financial regulators require senior individuals (who…
 
Two Sinfields in a Pod? In this episode Adam Sinfield, Senior Immigration manager, discusses the "need to knows" of all things immigration with Employment Partner, Olivia Sinfield. Is a "working from anywhere" model advisable? Is it possible for companies to adopt a cross border and hybrid working model? What has been the impact and challenges of B…
 
Many businesses are considering allowing employees to work on a permanent or temporary basis from overseas 'place in the sun' locations. In this podcast we address the critical questions this poses in relation to tax. What are the tax implications of your employees working overseas? How many days can employees work overseas before been hit by local…
 
In this, the first in our new series of podcasts on the Future of Work, Employment Partner Olivia Sinfield is joined by Mary Lawrence, Partner in our Health and Safety team, to discuss the health and safety implications relevant to hybrid working. In the last 18 months or so since the pandemic, businesses have had to look at a range of issues and c…
 
With the use of "fire and re-hire" in the spotlight and organisations scrutinising their current employment contracts in light of their operational requirements and protecting their business in the future, our latest Employment Law Coffee Break podcast, looks at the legal and practical issues that arise when changing terms and conditions of employm…
 
In our latest tax break podcast, partner Ian Hyde is joined by Heather Self of accountants Blick Rothenberg to discuss HMRC's proposal to require large businesses to report uncertain tax positions to HMRC. This is intended to alert the tax authorities to large businesses taking an aggressive/optimistic approach to statutory interpretation.Although …
 
This podcast has been set up to capture conversations with leaders across the Digitalisation eco-system, our first podcast shines a light on the topic of digital inclusion and the positive role that technology has to play in accelerating digital inclusion. For this first edition, Katherine Kirrage, our Digitalisation Transformation Manager and Osbo…
 
This is the third episode in Osborne Clarke's new Energy Innovation podcast series. In this session, Deborah Harvey, Associate Director and Co-Head of Energy Innovation at Osborne Clarke is joined by Cassie Harman, Vice President of Product at Kaluza. Kaluza is an intelligent software platform that is transforming how major retailers operate and in…
 
In episode five of Osborne Clarke's Mobility as a Service ("MaaS") podcast series, Marie-Claire Day is joined by Aurelien Cottet, an expert in the MaaS industry. Aurelien has over 4 years' experience working in MaaS for Transdev, in 2020 he was elected to the Maas Alliance Board of Directors, and, in early 2021, he was invited to become a contribut…
 
With conflict scenarios predicted to increase as we emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic and employees adapt to new working practices, coupled with the increasing focus on the ethical impact of business through "Environmental, Social and Governance", in this week's podcast we talk with Julian Hemming, partner and a chair of our International Employmen…
 
Discovery assessments are issued by HMRC inspectors to charge individuals and companies for lost tax. They have generated a huge volume of caselaw and the latest case looked at: 1) What constitutes a deliberate inaccuracy by the taxpayer? This matters because a deliberate loss of tax gives HMRC much longer to raise a discovery assessment. Broadly, …
 
Data is fundamental to the way new mobility and Mobility as a Service ("MaaS") service providers operate, however concerns around data ownership, data access and data sharing can often create obstacles for these service providers. In this episode of Osborne Clarke's MaaS podcast series Marie-Claire Day speaks with data protection expert and OC Part…
 
The second in our series of Energy Innovation Podcasts. In this episode Deborah Harvey interviews Robyn Lucas, Head of Data Science at Open Energi, on the trends she is seeing in relation to contracting battery storage projects.Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
HMRC has the power to issue a notice requiring the provision of documents or information from a taxpayer or third party and there can be penalties for non-compliance (although sometimes a pre-cursor notice is issued instead and less formality is required). It will be key to understand which documents are relevant and reasonably required in order to…
 
As businesses explore their future plans for hybrid/remote working, it is important not to forget the existing statutory rights around flexible working which more employees may now seek to take advantage of as workplaces reopen more fully. Our latest podcast looks at the existing legal framework and the particular issues this is now raising for man…
 
Mobility as a Service ("MaaS") brings many benefits to consumers, and consumer trust is key to a successful MaaS platform. This second episode of Osborne Clarke's MaaS series explores consumer law issues relevant to MaaS, both within the UK and across borders.Osborne Clarke tarafından oluşturuldu
 
This is the first podcast in Osborne Clarke's new series titled 'Decarbonisation | In conversation with…'. This podcast has been set up to capture conversations with individuals who are pushing the boundaries across sectors as we move towards the goal of reaching Net Zero. For this first edition, released to celebrate Earth Day, James Watson, Osbor…
 
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