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By Giangiacomo Olivi
After the final vote of the Council of the European Union earlier in November, the legislative process for the adoption of an EU Regulation on the free flow of non-personal data has finally come to an end.
By Michael Huertas, Katja Michel
Getting cyber-resilience right matters. In July 2018, we published our analysis1 on the European Central Bank's (ECB) first foray into setting its expectations on cyber-resilience.
By Eldor Mannopov, Bobur Shamsiev
On November 23, 2018, the President of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, signed the resolution "On measures to strengthen the legal protection of creditors and improve financing mechanisms...
By Leďla Hubeaut, Ergen Ege
While public-private partnerships have long been considered in DRC as an option to promote key sectors development, such as the electricity sector ...
By Ralph Kellas
The Court of Appeal has considered whether the Secretary of State is required to give reasons for deciding not to ‘call in' a planning application. and its implications
By Robert Bedford, Sonia Ferreira
Following a lengthy period of review and consultation, the long-awaited Disclosure Pilot Scheme will come into effect from 1 January 2019.
By Gillian Simpson
Fancy a city break anyone? Who could resist a few days in an iconic European city that also happens to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
By Bryan Johnston, Gemma Hunter-Barnes
This is an important case because it adds further commentary on the nature of the intention a landlord requires to meet the requirements necessary to oppose the grant of a new business tenancy under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954.
By Jessica Pattinson, Verity Buckingham
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) announced last month that it would be conducting a review of the Shortage Occupation List (SOL).
By Akin Akinbode, Gurbinder Grewal, Kirsti Olson
The latest housing figures reveal that 220,000 new homes were delivered in the years 2017 to 2018.
By Mark Macaulay, Jane Miles, Shaun Tame, Tracey Summerell
Welcome to our round-up of new contracts and contract issues in the UK construction industry.
By Kirsti Olson, Tracey Summerell
Modern slavery is an issue no one in the UK construction industry can afford to ignore.
By Akin Akinbode, Gurbinder Grewal, Kirsti Olson, Esther McDermott, Tracey Summerell
An imminent and significant change to the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR) is the introduction of the Disclosure Pilot Scheme from 1 January 2019.
By Susan Doris-Obando
It is unlawful for an employer to discriminate directly, by treating an employee less favourably than others because of their religion or belief.
By Susan Doris-Obando
In the recent case of Saha v Capita plc the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that an Employment Tribunal (ET) is not compelled to rely on a list of issues that wrongly categorises
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