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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.
Field Fisher
Three recent cases in the UK Court of Appeal have illustrated the dangers of assuming that the written word in legal agreements is set in stone.
Dentons
On 29 July the High Court handed down its judgment in the high-profile Energy Solutions (ES) v Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) case.
Field Fisher
SES S.A. has announced that it obtained regulatory approval for its acquisition of 100% of O3b Networks.
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.
Wedlake Bell
Jay Das and Joanna Brooke on how the interplay between the law, landlords and local authority can unfold in a 'very public way' in HNWs battle for basements.
Withers LLP
The Information Commissioner's Office, or 'ICO', has published an updated version of its Direct Marketing Guidance, with new, more focused advice for charity fundraisers.
Withers LLP
A memorandum of understanding signed by the Charity Commission and the Fundraising Regulator which 'provides a framework for closer working' between the two regulators.
Withers LLP
We have been advising a number of clients on the implications of The Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 and how they impact arrangements with agents...
Clyde & Co
In a time of ever increasing investment in Australia from the Asia Pacific region, a recent case serves as a timely reminder that overseas-based directors of Australian companies who do not read or understand English are bound by the same directors' duties as their Australian co-directors.
Smith & Williamson
Does your company do creative or innovative work in the fields of science or technology?
Smith & Williamson
Venture capital trusts (VCTs) were introduced by the Government in 1995 as a tax incentivised method of stimulating growth in the economy.
Smith & Williamson
HMRC has published its six long awaited Making Tax Digital (MTD) consultation documents, setting out its proposals and options for comment until 7 November 2016.
Clyde & Co
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
Deloitte
Over the past few weeks the realities of the financial challenges facing the NHS have become increasingly evident.
Clyde & Co
The government has unveiled its draft legislation, setting out how it plans to simplify and tighten the rules on the taxation of termination payments.
Dentons
A recent study by The Lancet, the independent medical journal, has found that physical inactivity in the workplace can pose dangers to a workforce.
Withers LLP
A new Government-NGO Working Group (will be convened to tackle issues surrounding the implications of counter terrorism legislation on the funding and provision of humanitarian assistance by Muslim charities.
Deloitte
The global financial crisis has brought in an era of low interest rates. Eight years on from the onset of the crisis growth remains subpar and interest rates have drifted lower still, sometimes into negative territory.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The Interim Deputy Commissioner at the ICO, Steve Wood, has published a blog reminding organisations of their obligations when transferring personal data to the United States.
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Dentons
On 25 May, the Insolvency Service published a consultation paper on options for reform of the UK's corporate insolvency regime.
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.
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.
Wedlake Bell
To be very clear, whilst at this stage the Brexit referendum vote had had a seismic political impact, its contractual effect remains very limited.
Clyde & Co
Counterparties of Swiber Holdings Limited and its group companies would do well to keep a close tab on any debts outstanding from the group. Swiber, an SGX-listed company in the oil fields services sector...
Wedlake Bell
The implications of Brexit for international private investors and UK wealth management need to be considered from two perspectives.
Immigration.ca
Canada could benefit from a renegotiated free trade deal following the UK's vote to exit the European Union.
Hassans
On the 15 June 2016, Nigel Feetham, partner of Hassans, published an article on a judgment concerning PCC cells recently handed down by the Courts of Guernsey.
Dentons
Deciding whether to terminate a contract, whether at common law for an alleged repudiatory breach or under a specific term in the agreement, is rarely easy.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
In the aftermath of Brexit, the United Kingdom is faced with the challenge of negotiating a relationship with the EU that balances Single Market access with national control over the movement of goods and workers.
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