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Mayer Brown
The three European Supervisory Authorities, EBA, EIOPA and ESMA, (collectively the "ESAs") have published a Consultation Paper on 23 April 2020 (the "Consultation") seeking responses to proposed environmental, social and governance ...
Clyde & Co
The High Court has recently overturned a first instance decision which refused to extend the limitation period for a claimant pursuant to section 33 of the Limitation Act.
Expatriate Law
Coming to the decision that you wish to seek a divorce from your spouse, or learning from your spouse that they wish to divorce you, can be one of the most traumatic times in your life.
Marks & Clerk
Earlier this month Universal Music Group and The Lego Group announced an exciting global partnership that will see Lego launch a new range of music based products.
As widely reported, CIPA was informed on 27 February in a personal telephone call to President Richard Mair by IPO CEO Tim Moss that the government will no longer seek to participate in the Unitary Patent (‘UP') or ...
Envoy Global, Inc.
In early 2020, the U.K. Government announced its intentions to overhaul the country's immigration system and move to a new points-based system.
Marks & Clerk
In our second podcast, Mike Gilbert, Tom Taylor, Imogen Kelso and Jonathan Solomon share their experiences, discussing key client concerns and how they overcame the technological and logistical perils to achieve success.
Withers LLP
The rise of sports as a media product has spurred on the image of athletes, who are now taking greater pains in building their own image to uphold their reputation, win over even more fans, ...
Withers LLP
Temporary relief has been extended to non-performing parties under certain contracts for the sale, purchase and lease of residential properties in Singapore.
From 6 April 2020, a new 30-day deadline for reporting and paying any capital gains tax (CGT) was introduced for UK residents on the disposal of UK residential property.
Clyde & Co
Further updates to the government's guidance on the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme were made on 30 April 2020 and 1 May 2020.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Nicola Sharp of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli believes the research highlights a problem that needs addressing.
Clyde & Co
NHS obtains emergency High Court Order to provide a life-saving blood transfusion to an 11-year old child.
Arthur Cox
Two important judgements have recently been handed down in the UK in relation to vicarious liability.
Clyde & Co
In light of the pandemic, businesses up and down the country have been forced to reconsider ways in which customer service is being delivered on a local and global scale alike, whilst adhering to...
Proskauer Rose LLP
Given the current impact of COVID-19 on the financial services industry, please tune in to our podcast discussion on the key considerations that businesses should ...
Wrigleys Solicitors
Cases concerning an employer's liability for the actions of their staff often cause concern, particularly where the law is seen to be 'extended' by the courts to hold an employer liable.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
On 24 April 2020, the Treasury Committee of the UK Parliament published its terms of reference for the next stage of its inquiry into the economic effect of COVID-19, which includes a focus on...
Arnold & Porter
At the end of June the UK government's job retention (furlough) scheme is scheduled to end and the government has announced that it will shortly publish its roadmap out of the lockdown.
Mayer Brown
The Pensions Regulator ("tPR") has published its Annual Funding Statement 2020 ("Statement"). The Statement is especially relevant to pension schemes with a valuation date between...
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