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By Ian Coles, Rachel Speight, Satoru Murase
Working with Japanese Clients is a series of videos commenting on current trends and topics relevant to Japanese corporations.
By Jason Hungerford, Paul Whitfield-Jones, Thomas Ajose
Tariff rate quotas ("TRQs") allow products within a certain quota to be imported at a lower (or zero) tariff rate than for quantities above the quota.
By Chris Roberts, Daniel Cook, Stephen Moi
The English High Court has handed down its judgment in Saab v Dangate Consulting Ltd and others,1 finding that the Defendants, private investigators appointed to conduct an internal
By Sam Eastwood, Satoru Murase
Working with Japanese Clients is a series of videos commenting on current trends and topics relevant to Japanese corporations.
By Oliver Yaros, Mark Prinsley, Gabriela Kennedy, Rajesh De, Lei Shen, Tomo Adachi
In July 2019, the UK Information Commissioner's Office, a European data protection supervisory authority, has flexed its muscles and has announced its intention to issue fines exceeding £275 million against two international businesses ...
By Chris Chapman
In this article, Chris Chapman provides an update on the current Brexit situation, following the election of Boris Johnson as the UK's Prime Minister.
By Jonathan Cohen, Miles Robinson
The Court of Appeal has handed down judgment in the case of Stobart Group Limited and another v William Stobart and another, concerning whether or not a letter written by the appellants...
By Helen Parrott
The possibility of a Pensions Bill in the next parliamentary session should provide clarity on the funding framework for defined benefit (DB) schemes.
By James Whitaker, Kate Wilson
In August 2018, we reported on the Court of Appeal's decision in this important case
By Mayer Brown
Our latest blog post reviews two important developments in the calculation of holiday pay.
By Devi Shah, Alexandra Wood
The UK Government has published draft legislation under which the UK tax authorities will move up the creditor hierarchy in English insolvency proceedings in respect of certain taxes paid by employees and customers.
By Mayer Brown
No contract? But a quantum meruit will at least give a right to payment?
By Bo Young Park
Recent determinations of the Pensions Ombudsman have considered the extent to which employers should provide information on pension rights to employees who have notified them of a terminal illness.
By Ian Wright, Jay Doraisamy, Katherine Carter
The legal and regulatory framework
By Chris Roberts, Findley Penn-Hughes
The Court of Appeal recently handed down its decision in the case of Woodward & another v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Ltd [2019] EWCA Civ 985.
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