Luis González García has been quoted by the Financial Times on how to minimise the risk of trade war with the EU. For the full article, please click here (paywall).
A young man who was arrested and forced to wear a spit hood has had his formal police caution revoked. Ik Aihie was arrested by the British Transport Police (BTP) at London Bridge in July 2016. Video footage of the incident shows Mr Aihie being pinned to the ground by officers who then put a […]
Our Chief Executive, Lindsay Scott, and our Senior Practice Manager, Cliff Holland, will be attending the International Bar Association Annual Employment and Discrimination Law Conference this year. The event is being held in Lisbon from Thursday 27 April to Friday 28 April. Please get in touch if you would like to meet with Lindsay and […]
On Thursday 13 April 2017 Her Excellency the Governor, Helen Kilpatrick, CB, appointed Raj Parker as a Grand Court Judge of the Cayman Islands for service in the Financial Services Division. His appointment will run until 18 September 2030. Raj will sit from time to time and as required in the Cayman Grand Court and […]
Matrix has eight members listed within Who’s Who Legal 2017 (UK Bar) for Labour, Employment & Benefits. Members listed include: Claire Darwin, Thomas Kibling, James Laddie QC, Thomas Linden QC, Karon Monaghan QC, Paul Nicholls QC, Nicholas Randall QC and Andrew Smith. To find out more about Who’s Who Legal directory, please see here.