Transatlantic Law International

 Transatlantic Law International

Boyes Turner is affiliated with Transatlantic Law International

Transatlantic Law International is a leading innovative global legal and business solution provider for companies and investors seeking a broad range of business law services worldwide, with 107 affiliated independent law firms in over 95 countries.

Boyes Turner’s Barry Stanton is the head of Transatlantic Law International’s UK Labour Team and a member of their Global Labour and Employment Team.  He advises multinational clients on the entire range of labour and employment issues under UK and European law.

For more information, please contact Boyes Turner’s Barry Stanton or visit Transatlantic Law International’s website or Labor Law Plus, Transatlantic Law’s global labor and employment law service. 

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As the coronavirus continues to create significant challenges for families and businesses, we want to reassure our clients of the steps that Boyes Turner have taken in order to continue to provide a high level of client service.

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Webinar: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme - the small print

16/04/2020 - Join Emma O'Connor and our Employment team as they discuss the small print of the Governments Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme

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Accredited Adult Mental Health First Aid Champion Training Course - POSTPONED

28/04/2020 - THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN POSTPONED: One-day Adult Accredited Mental Health First Aid Champion course, run by Libby Morley RGN OHA (Dip), Owner of Mindshift Consultancy and Associate Trainer with MHFA England.

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Webinar: Financial Wellbeing with Billy Moss of Beaufort Financial - POSTPONED

30/04/2020 - THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN POSTPONED - Learn how employers can support their people through financial wellbeing.

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Boyes Turner are proud to have received the following awards and recognition.

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