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By Tim Lewis, Mark Evans, Stephanie Biggs, Jane Tuckley, Phil Bartram
On 19 June 2018 Directive (EU) 2018/843 was published in the Official Journal. This amends the Fourth Money Laundering Directive (MLD 4) and is commonly known as the Fifth Money Laundering Directive (MLD 5).
By Jonathan Rush, Hanna Bates-Martens
Recent weeks have seen court rulings in a number of Brexit-related cases, several of which were crowd-funded by the Good Law Project, a pro-bono organisation which aims to...
By Moji Oyediran
Many employers also remain concerned that the Government is yet to publish any details of the regime that will apply post-Brexit, once the transitional period has come to an end.
By Jonathan Rush, Rachel Woodburn
Amendments to some of the provisions dealing with Northern Ireland were accepted, albeit with some changes.
By Tom Purton, Richard Brown, Ben Chivers, Louisa Chambers
At first sight, the message of the Supreme Court's recent judgment in Rock Advertising v MWB seems simple: if you want to vary your contract ...
By Tom Purton, Richard Brown, Dan Reavill, Ben Chivers, Louisa Chambers
Contracts are often amended to take account of changed circumstances. But care is needed to avoid the pitfalls.
By Jonathan Rush, Rachel Woodburn
Ahead of next week's key Parliamentary votes on the Withdrawal Bill, the Labour Party has tabled an amendment calling on the government to negotiate "full access to the internal market...
By Donald Lowe, Jonathan Clapshaw
In the midst of the global financial crisis, the government took the decision that the much-maligned Financial Services Authority should be replaced with a bifurcated regulatory regime which ensured that larger...
By Dan Reavill, Louisa Chambers, James Longster
A new EU regulation is due to enter into force aimed at removing barriers to cross-border e-commerce in the EU.
By Jonathan Rush, Rachel Woodburn
The last few weeks have seen the media focussing on the debate within the government about its preferred post-Brexit customs model.
By Travers Smith LLP
From conflicts of interest to subscriptions lines, lawyers flag up the five issues most likely to trigger court action to Victoria Robson.
By Sam Kay
In the late 1990s, when I started advising on structuring private equity funds, the internal functions of management companies seemed more straightforward than they are today.
By Travers Smith LLP
The government has published its white paper on "Protecting defined benefit pension schemes", covering its proposals for:
By Siān Keall, Tim Gilbert, Ed Mills
The Windrush scandal has highlighted some of the complexities around establishing an individual's right to work in the UK.
By Sam Kay, Emily Clark, Aaron Stocks, Elena Rowlands, Jeremy Elmore, Jane Tuckley, Will Normand, Tim Lewis, Richard Stratton, Phil Bartram, Anthony McWhirter, Stephanie Biggs
On 30 April, theUK Government's Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy ("BEIS") published a consultation on proposed reforms to UK limited partnership law.
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