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4 New Square Chambers
Following the government's recent announcement of a partial relaxation of the lockdown, the prospect of a return to work is in sight for many people. In some industries ...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The government's temporary changes to the insolvency rules to cater for Covid-19 – in particular the new restrictions on the presentation of winding-up petitions – have been well-publicised.
Quadrant Chambers
In a rare example of an arbitration award being successfully challenged in the Courts, HHJ Pelling QC's judgment in MVV Environment Ltd v NTO Shipping, was handed down today.
lus Laboris
The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) has issued FAQs in the wake of the Schrems II judgement, in which it appears to have confirmed the expanded scope of all the potential...
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partners Michael Drury and John Binns write for Money Laundering Bulletin discussing the recent case of NCA v Baker
Wrigleys Solicitors
We look at how students might request grading information from schools and colleges following results day and how to deal with such requests.
Clyde & Co
The Government's White Paper proposes a radical and ambitious overhaul of the English planning system
Clyde & Co
The Government's White Paper proposes a radical and ambitious overhaul of the English planning system, intended to streamline the planning process.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing disruption to businesses of all sizes across the UK.
Clyde & Co
The cost of straying into "greenwashing" could be very high for businesses that misrepresent their environmental credentials – as well as those who insure them
Clyde & Co
The legacy run-off market has witnessed enormous growth in the last decade and developed into a key component of the global insurance market, with non-life liabilities in run-off now estimated to be in the region of $800bn.
Giambrone & Partners
It is predicted that Britain will fall into recession this week. The threat of recession, and it is difficult to see how a significant recession can be avoided in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, is not a new experience
Leigh Day
The 55-year-old, who we have called Louise, was diagnosed with cataracts and recommended the insertion of intraocular monovision lenses...
Wrigleys Solicitors
A court case has confirmed that members of charitable companies are fiduciaries and owe duties as such. We look at what this means for academy trusts.
Clyde & Co
The High Court has handed down judgment in LIV Bridging Finance Ltd v EAD Solicitors LLP. This confirms that the SAAMCo principle (as elucidated in the 2018 case of Hughes-Holland v BPE Solicitors)...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
We find ourselves as a nation facing exceptional circumstances – not to mention exceptional public finances.
Walker Morris
In Engie Fabricom (UK) Limited –v- MW High Tech Projects UK Limited the TCC determined that the parties to a sub-contract did not have the statutory right to adjudicate, having regard to...
On 21 July 2020 the National Crime Agency ("NCA") released its Annual Report and Accounts 2019-20 ("the Report").
Leigh Day
Boz Michaelowska-Howells and Jessica Derwent discuss how consumer law can be a force for good when it comes to protecting the environment.
Withers LLP
The CIVB (the Conseil Interprofessionnel del Vin de Bordeaux) has announced that criminal proceedings against a counterfeiter of Bordeaux wines were successfully completed for the first time...
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