It has been a torrid couple of weeks for the pound. A growing expectation that the UK is heading out, not just of the EU, but of its single market, has led to a further lurch down in the value of the pound.
Clyde & Co
The first Conservative Party conference since the June Referendum and the appointment of new Prime Minister Theresa May has provided the first glimpses of what the workplace landscape may look like in future
Despite all the sabre rattling from certain European quarters, the European Union would be unwise to try and destroy the City of London's position on the global financial stage.
Clyde & Co
Does the Hague Rules Article IV Rule 5 ‘package or unit' limitation apply to bulk cargoes?
The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (BCBS) has released two papers (a consultative document and a discussion paper) on how accounting provisions under IFRS 9 interact with Basel III.
In Brexit withdrawal? Never fear ... here's your fix, courtesy of Hannah Starritt and The Scottish Legal News!
Shearman & Sterling LLP
On October 3, 2016, the Bank of England announced that the results of the UK 2016 banking stress test would be reported to the relevant firms involved on November 29, 2016 and published on November 30, 2016.
The first opposite-sex civil partnership was celebrated in the Isle of Man recently between Adeline Cosson and Kieran Hodgson. They said they wanted to ‘keep it simple' rather than have a traditional wedding and that, although they do want to marry one day, it is not what they want now.
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A Scottish limited company is simply a UK limited company that has been incorporated at Companies House in Edinburgh.
On 29 September 2016, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP and Wolters Kluwer co-hosted a seminar in London to mark the launch of the special BREXIT issue of the Kluwer Journal of International Arbitration.
Clyde & Co
A fire insurance claim was resisted by the defendant insurer on the grounds of lack of insurable interest and misrepresentation/non-disclosure.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Following our recent update on business rates, we are warning developers to look at their budgets for statutory compensation that may be due at the end of a 1954 Act protected tenancy because of the VOA's reassessment of rateable values, which comes into force next April 2017.
In late 2014 we published our report Transforming care at the end-of-life: Dying well matters a subject that I feel passionate about and which I have continued to champion both through my research...
Oxford University has recently been in the news for having been awarded first place in the Times Higher Education global universities' league table, displacing the five-time winner, the California Institute of Technology.
This Emerging Issues video is the second in a series about Brexit - the June 2016 referendum in which the UK electorate voted to leave the EU.
Dentons Planning TV is a new and innovative platform for engaging in and reacting to the latest developments in the dynamic world of planning.
The latest Deloitte Consumer Tracker shows that UK consumers have shrugged off post- referendum pessimism, with consumer confidence returning to a five-year high in Q3 2016.
Reports suggest that Government will introduce a new Criminal Finance Bill which is currently being discussed by ministers.
On 31 July 2015, the SFO confirmed it had opened an investigation into Soma Oil & Gas Holdings Ltd.