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Dechert
The U.S. Government, through the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC"), has imposed comprehensive sanctions against Syria since 2011.
Dechert
As part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, the UK government issued guidance on 7 May 2020 ‘strongly encouraging' contractual parties to ‘act responsibly and fairly in the national interest in performing...
Cooley LLP
The UK government announced last week that the Future Fund is to be expanded, both in terms of the amount of funding available for early-stage, high-growth startups and the eligibility...
Cooley LLP
The UK offers a range of markets that companies based in the People's Republic of China (PRC) might consider as venues for a primary or secondary listing of their equity securities.
DMH Stallard
Leading South East law firm, DMH Stallard LLP, has advised the management team on the secondary management buy out of Viande Group which incorporates R.P Meats Wholesale Limited and Blakes Meats
DMH Stallard
The law firms agreed to the following statement and coordinated a joint social media and online push to publicise their commitment at 11am on Friday 12th June.
Rollits LLP
Although not technically a penthouse, a recent case concerning the conversion of a piggery into a dwelling house merits attention, as it raises the familiar question of whether planning permission...
Rollits LLP
In a population that is living longer, one of the major considerations has to be ‘who will look after me when I'm older or unable to live independently?...
Rollits LLP
As Coronavirus (COVID-19) is declared a pandemic by the World Health Organisation, the government announced, as part of its Spring 2020 Budget, specific coronavirus related measures in order to...
Rollits LLP
In uncertain times and facing an unprecedented situation charity trustees are responsible for ensuring that making sometimes difficult decisions about their charity's services and how it is run.
Rollits LLP
It has been announced by Parliament that the planned IR35 tax reforms will be pushed back by a year to April 2021.
Giambrone & Partners
The intellectual property of any organisation is one of its most valuable assets; this is particularly important for creative industries and should be guarded judiciously to avoid theft or taint.
Walker Morris
On 1 June 2020, the Chartered Governance Institute (ICSA) published an updated version of its Terms of reference for the risk committee
Gowling WLG
Martin Chitty provides an overview of what is a redundancy and who is redundant post Covid-19; how to avoid the pitfalls and de-risk your process in right-sizing.
Walker Morris
In the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic, employers are now having to consider a wide-range of alternative working arrangements and think more creatively about how their businesses operate.
Walker Morris
Where contractors identify an issue with a procurement process, they may be tempted to wait until the outcome of the process is known before issuing proceedings.
Walker Morris
Covid-19 has caused extensive disruption across the construction industry, raising questions as to the practicality of referring disputes to adjudication and/or enforcing an adjudicator's decision.
Mayer Brown
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about some changes introduced by the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 which are relevant to the pensions industry.
Rollits LLP
The Presidents of the Employment Tribunals in England, Wales and Scotland have confirmed that from Monday (23 March 2020) no physical employment tribunal hearings will take place.
Rollits LLP
Schools, colleges and nurseries across the UK have now closed until further notice as a response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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