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By Rachael Markham
There has always been a tension between protecting the interests of defined benefit pension schemes and insolvency given on the one hand The Pensions Regulator (TPR)
By Hannah Field
Last week it would have been difficult to miss the statistics: mental health affects 1 in 4 of us.
By Jens Rinze
Brexit is scheduled to Brexit Clockbecome effective at the end of 29 March 2019 and will take place either with a Withdrawal Agreement or without one having been entered into between the UK and the EU-27.
By Elsa Haj Houssain, Susannah Bottriell
On 15 January 2019, the Fédération Internationale de Natation ("FINA"), the gatekeeper for access to the Olympic Games and World Championships
By Katie Smith
The United Managers project is based on a subscription model where users vote with coins on the app.
By Squire Patton Boggs LLP
An Environment Agency proposal to revise its public participation statement for environmental permitting
By Catherine McKenna
We may be approaching Valentine's Day, but the new "Declaration of Intent" to be made by employers to their pension trustees is unlikely to be romantic….
By David Whincup
The proposed extension of IR35 in April 2020 will make private sector businesses liable to deduct tax on payments to individual contractors operating ...
By Elsa Haj Houssain
On 31 January 2019, economists at the UK Competition and Markets Authority and London School of Economics published a new working paper on the effect of mergers ...
By John Alderton
Over the last 12 months Squire Patton Boggs have been involved in video interviews and roundtable meetings with experts from our global network of business leaders ...
By Jordan E. O'Connell
The UK is scheduled to leave the EU on March 29, 2019. At this time, however, the UK has failed to ratify a Withdrawal Agreement ...
By Garon Anthony, Rose Chaudry
The Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") has ordered firms to write to some complainants with previously rejected PPI complaints to tell them they may now be able to make a new complaint
By Kristina V. Arianina
Fascination continues about the identity of Country A in Special Counsel Mueller's investigation into Russian interference.
By Philip Sutton
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By Chris Stevens-Smith
In announcing the launch of UEFA TV, newly re-elected UEFA president Aleksander Čeferin spoke of UEFA's desire to make football more accessible to fans across the globe.
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