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When ICSA and the FT surveyed opinions for the latest Boardroom Bellwether survey published in May, companies were asked: how do you perceive the influence of proxy advisors...
Clyde & Co
The UK has voted to leave the EU. By voting Brexit, the UK now faces significant implications whilst terms are negotiated.
Gowling WLG
The Government's new Apprenticeship Levy (the Levy) will see large employers paying 0.5% of their annual wage bill towards the cost of apprenticeship training from April 2017.
Withers LLP
A daughter who challenged her mother's will for lack of capacity and want of knowledge and approval has lost in the High Court.
Withers LLP
A recent decision from Leeds serves as a reminder of the duty of care owed to disappointed beneficiaries where wills have been drafted incorrectly.
Gowling WLG
On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the European Union, the final count confirmed 48% in favour of Remain and 52% for Leave.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Today, it was announced that the UK public has voted to leave the European Union. There will now be a negotiation of a new relationship between the UK and Europe.
Clyde & Co
The UK's decision to leave the EU is likely to transform the UK Immigration landscape.
Shearman & Sterling LLP
Following the so-called "Brexit" referendum held on 23 June 2016, the UK has narrowly voted to leave the European Union.
Gowling WLG
The endless saga of the extent to which VAT should be charged, and recovered, in relation to services provided to pension schemes continues to run.
Withers LLP
The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) published guidance in May for property and financial affairs attorneys and deputies on making gifts on behalf of the person for whom they act.
Our Resolving Construction Disputes Briefing highlights litigation, international dispute resolution and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) developments and is aimed at in-house lawyers in the construction industry.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
In this case, the Employment Tribunal had awarded the claimant, a security guard, compensation for unfair dismissal and unlawful discrimination.
Marks & Clerk
Following the Supreme Court's ruling in PMS International v Magmatic, the UK IPO has issued a designs practice notice which highlights useful steps applicants can take to maximise the protection of their designs.
Jones Day
On March 24, the ICO updated its guidance on online marketing. There is now a greater emphasis on the application of the marketing rules to the not-for-profit sector and direction regarding third-party consent.
The new sentencing guidelines for environmental offences (in force since July 2014) can lead to significant fines for companies – as shown by a recent case involving a house builder.
The rapidly approaching referendum on 23 June 2016 to decide whether to stay in or leave the European Union (EU) is an issue for all businesses.
Clyde & Co
Stewart Perry talks to Diane Hughes about the rise of arbitration and insolvencies in the oil & gas sector and the risks of international trade.
Withers LLP
A significant proportion of institutions regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority enjoy 'passport' rights under one of the EU Single-Market financial services directives, allowing them to provide services or establish a branch on cross-border basis in other EEA member states, without having to obtain fresh licences in those 'host' states.
Smith & Williamson
There is a lot currently happening in the world of employment tax. Below are six current hot topics/risks/opportunities along with some practical points on dealing with them.
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Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP
David Winnie, at solicitor at RFB, looks at important new legislation affecting employment rights and responsibilities due to come into force on 1 April 2016.
The first phase of changes will take place this autumn and the second will take effect from April 2017.
Since April 06, 2016 there has been an important change in reporting requirements for Tier 2 ‘skilled workers' to the UK.
Ronald Fletcher Baker LLP
In the Iran Series Part 1, Mahgol Sharili, a Farsi speaking solicitor and the head of the Iran Desk explored the recent history of sanctions in Iran and the country's diverse market.
Jones Day
The Act is the product of a joint project undertaken by the Law Commission of England and Wales and the Scottish Law Commission.
Ropes & Gray LLP
To engage businesses in the fight against tax evasion and dovetail with ongoing efforts to tackle corruption both nationally and internationally, the UK Government has committed to introduce a corporate offence of failing to prevent tax evasion.
On 23 May 2016, the North Yorkshire County Council voted in favour of an application by Third Energy to extract shale gas from an existing onshore gas well in northeast England using hydraulic fracturing.
The latest Deloitte Consumer Tracker shows a fall in consumer confidence in the first quarter of 2016, a sign of a degree of caution returning to the consumer sector.
Like, love, haha, wow, sad, angry, whichever of the new Facebook buttons best describes your feelings toward social media one thing is certain: social media has changed and continues to change the way we communicate.
W Legal
On January 16th 2016, Implementation Day was announced. This marks the day on which the International Atomic Energy Agency verified that Iran implemented its agreed nuclear-related commitments contained in the JCPOA.
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