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It has prompted Darren Smith, a Birmingham-based partner with international law firm Reed Smith Richards Butler, to draw comparisons with the way similar legislation is enforced in France, where the firm has a presence through its Paris office.
International law firm Reed Smith announced today that with effect from 01 May 2008 those of its businesses in Europe and the Middle East which trade under the names Reed Smith Richards Butler and Reed Smith Rambaud Charot will trade simply as Reed Smith.
The design firm has completed a pounds 750,000 contract to fit out new and expanded offices for international law firm Reed Smith Richards Butler LLP.
Reed Smith Richards Butler also became the first international law firm to occupy the Trigen Building on Blythe Valley.
It could take time for the realisation to hit home, however, says Mr Robinson, an associate in the Birmingham real estate team with law firm Reed Smith Richards Butler.
Act like an employer, and in the eyes of the law that's just what you become - conferring on temps all the valuable employment rights of permanent members of staff, says Ranjit Dhindsa, head of the Midlands employment law team for law firm Reed Smith Richards Butler.
Emma Capper, an associate in the employment team with international law firm Reed Smith Richards Butler, says it is important for companies who rely on global markets to have a firm understanding of the customs of other cultures and their national holidays.
That might sound like a lot of money, but compared to running a pounds 3 million a year loss on a final salary pension scheme, it's a drop in the ocean," said David Ashmore, an employment law associate in the Birmingham office of Reed Smith Richards Butler.