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ESMA Publishes First Annual Statistical Report On Retail Investment Products
On January 10, ESMA published its first annual statistical report on the performance and costs of retail investment products in the EU (ESMA 50-165-731).
European Union
18 Jan 2019
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Top 10 Topics For Directors In 2019: Board Diversity
Public companies are facing increasing pressure from corporate governance groups, investors, regulators and other stakeholders to improve gender and other diversity on the board, as advocates and studies ...
Worldwide
18 Jan 2019
3
Deal Or No Deal - What Does Brexit Mean For Pensions?
At 11pm on 29 March 2019, the UK will leave the European Union. For over 46 years, our economic and political landscape has been shaped by being part of the European project.
European Union
18 Jan 2019
4
2019 Real Estate: The New Year Hangover
After any good party there's normally a hangover. 2018 may not have been the best of parties for everyone but its effects are likely to continue to be felt by the property industry in 2019.
UK
18 Jan 2019
5
Is The Brexit Immigration Policy The Best For Britain
The proposed net migration target and visa cap policy that forms one of the key arguments in favour of Brexit has come under fire today with the release of the Institute of Economic Affairs' (IEA) latest report.
UK
18 Jan 2019
6
No-Deal Brexit And Contemplated German Temporary Permissions Scheme For Banks, Insurers And Financial Services Providers
As it stands, the UK will cease to be a member state of the European Union (EU) as of 30 March 2019.
European Union
18 Jan 2019
7
Government Announces Extensive Employment Law Reform Following Taylor Review
The Government has published the Good Work Plan in its response to the recommendations made by the Taylor Review in 2017.
UK
18 Jan 2019
8
Court Of Appeal Holds That Uber Drivers Have Worker Status
The Court of Appeal upheld previous decisions confirming that Uber drivers are workers entitled to the national minimum wage and paid holiday.
UK
18 Jan 2019
9
Sugar Sugar: Is Extra Legislation For The Food And Drink Industry The Solution To Scotland's Obesity Problem?
So sang the Archies in their 1969 hit. Although half a century has passed since their song topped the charts, the Scottish Government believes too many of us in Scotland are still candy girls and boys and consume too much sugar and high fat food.
UK
18 Jan 2019
10
Basing An Ill Health Early Retirement Pension On Part-Time Salary Was Not Disability Discrimination
The Claimant, Mr Williams, who worked at Swansea University for 13 years, took ill health retirement at age 38 due to disability and became entitled to his accrued pension as well as an enhanced pension
UK
18 Jan 2019
11
Employee Could Not Be Released From A Non-Compete Clause In Shareholders' Agreement By Settlement Agreement On Termination Of Employment
The Commercial Court held that a settlement agreement between an employer and employee had not discharged the employee from a non-compete clause in a shareholders' agreement to which he was a party.
UK
18 Jan 2019
12
Emails About Whether To Settle Litigation Had To Be Disclosed
Six emails had been sent between members of a Company's Board, and between the Board and Shareholders.
UK
18 Jan 2019
13
Changes To The UK's Trademarks Law
Today the EU Trade Marks Directive 2015 comes into force and brings with it changes to the UK Trade Marks Act 1994 (TMA), and the UK Trade Marks Rules 2008 (TMR).
UK
18 Jan 2019
14
Employee's Dismissal Whilst Entitled To Long-Term Disability Benefits Found To Breach Implied Contractual Term
The Claimant, Mr Awan, was employed as a security agent for American Airlines.
UK
18 Jan 2019
15
Data Protection Implications Of A "No Deal" Brexit - ICO And UK Government Guidance
One headache that organisations can avoid if there is a "No Deal" Brexit is whether data will still flow globally around their organisation.
UK
18 Jan 2019
17
Brexit - What's On The Horizon For The Rural Sector?
What are the main Brexit concerns and opportunities for Scotland's farms and rural estates? Farmers unions have welcomed the progress made on reaching a deal.
UK
18 Jan 2019
18
2018 Didn't Kill "Smash And Grab" Adjudications
The death of the smash and grab adjudication was widely reported in 2018 but has perhaps been exaggerated to grab the headlines.
UK
18 Jan 2019
19
Small Firms Must Prepare For Any Brexit Outcome
One of the UK's most monumental votes of all time takes place on the 15th January at the House of Commons in London.
UK
18 Jan 2019
20
First Appeal By The General Medical Council In Scotland Refused By The Court
The first appeal brought in Scotland by the General Medical Council has confirmed that the court needs to find the original tribunal decision was ‘manifestly wrong' before it will interfere with the
UK
18 Jan 2019
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