DWF, DWF Risk and Resile have brought together some of their most experienced workplace health risk specialists to form an advisory panel, and assist you to manage the safe and productive return to the workplace post COVID-19 shutdown.
DWF and The Institute of Water Midlands Area would like to invite you to attend their upcoming webinar discussing the digitalisation of the water sector.
Join our webinar where we will be discussing the impact of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia and the challenges facing the shipping and commodities sectors in navigating through the pandemic.
Kirsty Rogers, Partner at DWF, comments on The Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme launched today. Read mo… https://t.co/E4deZJeXr3
DWF has advised Waterland Private Equity on the investment in imc group, the UK-headquartered global healthcare com… https://t.co/1PYevRXWTi
Read the latest #COVID19 legal insights on our global hub, including employment law advice and top tips for busines… https://t.co/alCjWxqWeJ
Kirsty Rogers, Employment Partner at DWF Responsibility at DWF, comments on The Coronavirus Statutory Sick Pay Rebate Scheme launched today. She said:
DWF, the global legal business, has advised Waterland Private Equity on the investment in imc group, the UK-headquartered global healthcare communications company.
DWF has advised virtual reality (VR) business, Immotion Group plc, on an equity fundraising to raise £1.35 million.… https://t.co/iqpNGvcfqo
Global #COVID19 news round up for May 22nd - an overview of all the latest developments brought to you by DWF:… https://t.co/XF7EsPeZxa
DWF, the global legal business, has advised virtual reality (VR) business, Immotion Group plc, on an equity fundraising to raise £1.35 million.
Joanne Frew, Employment Partner at global legal business, DWF, comments on the latest ONS Labour market overview and employment figures for March 2020. She said:
DWF, the global legal business, has advised Keywords Studios, the international technical and creative services provider to the global video games industry, on its placing to raise gross proceeds of approximately £100m.
As the volume and geographic spread of cases of COVID-19 continues to increase, DWF has been reviewing the actions it needs to take to enable our business to continue operating effectively whilst ensuring we are doing all we can to safeguard the wellbeing of our people, our clients and other stakeholders.