Sectors

Whether you operate across many sectors or just one, Legis can help you further demonstrate your commitment to your clients’ businesses by involving them in the consultation response process.

Housing and real estate
 
With the housing crisis at the forefront of all main parties' policy agendas, housing associations, developers, agencies and investors can expect more regulation and more intervention in the years to come.
Help Government make better law by making your voice heard.
Infrastructure & planning
 
Heathrow. HS2. Hinkley Point. Nothing is more contentious than big infrastructure projects.
Legis will advise on responding to the statutory consultations so that you make the best case possible for mitigating the adverse impact of the project.
Financial regulation

 

No one knows what financial regulation will look like after Brexit, but whatever happens the Government will need the industry's help to keep London's status as a financial capital.

Make sure regulations are right for your sector with a Legis consultation response.

Data, privacy and security
 
The future is already here, the regulators just don't know it yet.
 
With major data leaks and hacks increasingly common and the Government looking for ways to fight online terrorism, business can really help write the rules that keep the internet safe and free. 
Employment businesses

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The nature of work is changing: more freelancers, more flexibility... more complicated legal judgments.

As the law (and HMRC) catches up with reality and legal protections are extended to workers, businesses have a real opportunity to shape the employment market of tomorrow. 

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