Ted Badoux of Everaert Advocaten provides a short overview of 2015 labour migration policy, including registered sponsorship, new salary thresholds for highly skilled migrants, the 30 per cent Dutch income tax benefit for incoming employees, a new work permit waiver for intra-corporate trainees and a brand new policy for start-up companies.
It was an evening of celebration in Washington, DC last night as leading lawyers and firms from across the globe joined together at the W Hotel to celebrate each others’ triumphs at the second annual Who’s Who Legal awards ceremony. Highlights of the evening include the announcement of Theodore Garrett of Covington & Burling as the first recipient of our first Lifetime Achievement Award for his environmental law practice, while DLA Piper was named Pro Bono Firm of the Year. Overall winner of the night was Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, which walked away with six awards including Firm of the Year. Click here to view our gallery of images from the night.
Who’s Who Legal brings together Brian Cordery of Bristows and Yuval Horn of Horn & Co to discuss growth areas in the legal field, the recent challenges faced by their clients and how their firms have responded to the changes in the life sciences industry.
Who’s Who Legal brings together Richard Rodger and Stephen Smith of Hailsham Chambers, Andrea Kennedy, Mark Dann and Lucy Barbet of 11 King’s Bench Walk and David Grief of Essex Court Chambers to discuss modernisation, growing competition and the impact of globalisation on the UK Bar.
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