Ronan Daly Jermyn
On 23 July 2020, the Irish government announced its July Stimulus package (the "Stimulus") to assist Ireland to get back on the road to economic recovery by introducing a wide range of supports...
Giambrone & Partners
British businesses doing business in Europe must now finalise their preparations for the final phase of Brexit
Relying on Digital ID for AML/CFT Purposes in Jersey and Guernsey.
It is highly important to point out that according to the Prevention of Money Laundering and Funding of Terrorism Regulations, all Subject Persons are required to appoint an MLRO.
Leigh Day lawyers, jointly with the Law Society of England & Wales, have provided an expert briefing to the Colombian judiciary in a case governing the land rights of indigenous people.
Clyde & Co
The Government has made radical changes to the Town and Country Planning Use Classes Order 1987 (as amended).
On 29 July 2020 the UK Government announced the launch of its public consultation on regulations implementing the Space Industry Act 2018 (SIA 2018).
The deadline for the UK government to make a request to extend the Brexit transition period under the Withdrawal Agreement has now passed.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The TCC recently handed down its judgment in Blackpool Borough Council v Volkerfitzpatrick Limited, which included claims that the upgrade of the Blackpool tram depot failed to meet its design life.
The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, has said that he will publish two documents to ensure patients and families understand how Do Not Resuscitate (DNR)...
Since co.ming to power in October 2018, on the back of promises to cut through environmental red tape and boost a flagging economy, President Bolsonaro of Brazil has waged war on the environment and environmental defenders
MPs have called for the restoration of democratic rights of 250 MPs who are shielding from the COVID-19 pandemic and claim they have been unlawfully blocked from Parliamentary debate.
The recent killing of a vocal opponent to a mining project on indigenous land in Guatemala has highlighted the increasing insecurity faced by many human rights defenders.
Wildlife campaign group Wild Justice has launched a legal case challenging Natural England's failure to ensure that badgers are being killed humanely as part of the annual cull to help prevent...
The Sikh Federation (UK) has been granted permission by Mr Justice Lewis for a full Judicial Review hearing in the High Court, expected to take place in October 2020.
Kavita Modi discusses what can be done in the UK to prevent human trafficking and forced labour.
The COVID-19 epidemic, the measures taken by governments in numerous countries and the ensuing global economic crisis entail significant changes to the operating environment for many companies.
Foreign investors should, in the early planning stages of their investments, carefully assess risks resulting from these regulations.
A group of 218 current and former Kenyan tea workers have filed a formal complaint against Unilever today for its failure to respect international human rights standards following widespread violence at the multinational's largest tea plantation.
Following the recent political and geopolitical tensions driven
by Brexit, Sino-US relations, raised trade tariffs and reduced
global trade, the major economies had been relatively weak even
before the current Covid-19 crisis erupted.