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In this edition, we consider arbitration as a form of dispute resolution and offer advice on how to use it effectively.

The second half of the Ewire tackles the potential effect of Brexit on professional EU footballers wishing to work in the UK, after kicking off the sports theme with an article on World Intellectual Property Day, which hosted Formula 1 guest speakers on IP in the Fast Lane.

How to Arbitrate Effectively

Arbitration can be a very effective method of dispute resolution.  Its origins are in trade and commerce and it has been used for centuries by people doing business together - very often where the parties to the transaction have been based in different countries.


World Intellectual Property Day celebrated at the House of Commons

Representatives from the worlds of law, commerce and academia gathered in the Terrace Pavilion of the House of Commons on 26 April to mark World Intellectual Property Day.



It is a sad fact - but a fact nonetheless - that, on average, women receive far less pay than men earn.

In 2015 the pay gap between men and women was reported as standing at 19.2% due in part to a high proportion of women working part time and thus usually earning less than full time workers.


Sports Law: The Brexit Clause

Every football fan worth his or her Barca or Juventus replica kit knows about the Bosman Ruling, which removed restrictions on player transfers within the European Union in 1995.


Out and about

Many congratulations to Allied Irish Bank (AIB) (GB) for winning for the Best Service from a Business Bank at the Business Moneyfacts awards for the third year in a row.


Silverman Sherliker steps up the pace to fund access to legal advice

Silverman Sherliker LLP fielded a strong team yet again for the annual 10km London Legal Walk, which is held to raise funding for legal advice agencies to assist with ensuring there is continued access to legal help for the poorest and most vulnerable people in and around London.


Fundraising drive – the sequel

Would you like to see a collection of old and new top-of-the-range cars many people would love to own, hire or drive, displayed in one of the most chic and desirable areas of London?


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Please contact the Editor, Robert MacGinn, with your requests and suggestions on: rm@silvermansherliker.co.uk.


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