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Dentons
A topic that recently became prominent in the competition law community and beyond is whether so-called "common ownership" may have a negative effect on competition.
Wedlake Bell
JCT's stated aim was that the 2016 edition amendments do not materially affect risk allocation.
Marks & Clerk
Important changes to the UK Patents Rules are coming into force in two stages: the first on 1 October 2016; the second on 6 April 2017.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The UK Court of Appeal recently handed down its decision in Tiuta International Ltd (in liquidation) v De Villiers Surveyors Ltd, where the question before the Court was whether a lender could recover all its loss from a negligent valuer in connection with a refinance loan or if the lender was limited to the amount lost in topping up the original loan.
Withers LLP
A website previously unbeknown to this female media lawyer at least – TheLADbible – came to my attention when one of its stories gained national tabloid currency in the tabloids this weekend.
Deloitte
The Northern Powerhouse is real and is a genuine attempt to develop a programme capable of achieving sustained growth across the North to address the productivity gap and contribute more to UK PLC.
Wedlake Bell
Companies often ask what adjustments need to be made if they employ someone with a long term illness.
Clyde & Co
We have seen a number of cases recently, affecting our credit insurance clients, where there have been fraudulent interceptions of email communications in trade transactions.
Deloitte
For years in Ireland and elsewhere, the use of trusts as an asset-holding mechanism fell out of favour due to changes in tax regimes...
Clyde & Co
Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey has been cleared of professional misconduct by the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Field Fisher
Look at any website and you will see frequent references to third party trade marks. The majority of these references simply describe the business or products that are being discussed – and that is absolutely fine.
Gowling WLG
The OED describes the etymology of bonus as being 'an ignorant or jocular application of Latin bonus "good (man)"'. It goes on to explain that the word was probably originally intended 'to signify a boon, "a good thing" (or bonum in Latin)'.
Bird & Bird
This talk covers the basics of what every business should know about Intellectual Property rights...
Anthony Gold
Ian Mitchell, a partner in the Anthony Gold leasehold services team, answers why investors like to buy freehold properties.
Anthony Gold
Though it is not extremely common, it does happen that Wills, even those prepared professionally, contain mistakes or errors.
Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
Summary: Welcome to BLP's 'Belt and Road Insights' August 2016 issue – a selection of interesting Belt and Road news items, distilled into a monthly 'speed read'.
Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
BLP partners Alexander Sarac and Kiran Arora explain how South Africa's REIPPP model could be translated to work in other sub-Saharan African economies...
Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
The COP21 Paris Agreement is not legally binding yet but does offer an outline of the path ahead. It has set ambitious targets to combat climate change...
TMF Group
Ever since I was first engaged with expenses systems some 13 years ago I have been mystified at the market's apparent refusal to transform to technology solutions.
Bird & Bird
In this video, Martin von haller Gronbaek and Hamish Fraser explain why wearables (and the Internet of Things) are changing a number of industries.
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Gowling WLG
The English High Court (Patents Court) has ruled in a patent dispute concerned with the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
MacRoberts
Significant changes in the regulation of financial services were enforced by The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) earlier this year that placed increased personal responsibility on senior management.
Field Fisher
Companies purchasing debt must now ensure they undertake even more thorough due diligence of the debt they purchase before going ahead with such transactions.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Major changes to insurance law came into force on 12 August 2016 by virtue of the Insurance Act 2015.
MacRoberts
There has been much commentary and speculation on the potential impact on intellectual property rights following the UK's decision to leave the EU.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
The EU's one-stop shop principle for concentrations faces an uncertain future following for the UK's Brexit decision. Several scenarios could play out...
Shearman & Sterling LLP
The majority of modern environmental legislation in the UK is derived from EU law, either from directives that have been implemented by UK domestic legislation...
Withers LLP
Following an extended period of consultation, more details and draft legislation has now been published with a view to the new rules taking effect in April 2017.
Dentons
On 25 May 2016, the Insolvency Service published a consultation paper aimed at reforming various aspects of the UK's corporate insolvency regime.
ICSA
The first fully electronic AGM has been completed, driven by the aim to increase shareholder engagement
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