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Data Protection Transfers Post-Brexit
New government guidance on cross-border flows of personal data is helpful, but serious questions remain unanswered.
European Union
21 Sep 2018
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Brexit Update - 18 September 2018
On 29 March 2018, the UK and European Union published the Draft Withdrawal Agreement (the "Draft Agreement").
European Union
21 Sep 2018
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Brexit And Life Sciences Update
We last reported on Brexit developments in the May 2018 edition where we focused on the resounding message that the industry still had to prepare for a hard Brexit,
UK
24 Aug 2018
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VAT And Customs Duty After Brexit: Preparing For The Unknown
It has been over two years since the Brexit vote. Despite recent agreement within cabinet (and the subsequent resignations), a deal is yet to be agreed with Brussels.
UK
9 Aug 2018
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Anyone For Chequers?
A week is a long time in politics. This time last week No 10 were briefing the press on the aggressive tactics planned to be deployed (if needed) by UK Prime Minister Theresa May ...
European Union
23 Jul 2018
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CJEU Rules On Parallel Imports Of Medical Devices
The law relating to the repackaging of imported pharmaceutical products is now largely settled following a series of decisions of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
European Union
20 Jul 2018
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SPC Reform: Commission Proposes Export Manufacturing Waiver
Following its consultation (discussed in our November 2017 edition), the EU Commission has published a proposal for a 'targeted amendment' to the rules relating to supplementary protection certificates (SPCs) ...
European Union
18 Jul 2018
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"The Hand Of History Will Be Both Heavy And Unforgiving": The Impact Of Brexit On Ireland And Northern Ireland
Brexit will have many impacts. But perhaps one of the most significant ones concerns the only physical frontier between the UK and the EU – the 499 km border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
European Union
17 Apr 2018
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Brussels Insider: A Beast Of A Week
This week is turning out to be a beast of a week for Brexit. We started with a speech by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn advocating remaining in the customs union and single market for the transitional period, ...
European Union
28 Mar 2018
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Pre-Budget Report 2007
The headline news from the Pre-Budget Report is the fundamental change to CGT. There will be a flat rate of 18% and taper relief/indexation will be abolished. The changes come into effect on 06 April 2008.
UK
16 Oct 2007
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The Cost Of Good Health - Court Awards £800,000 To Bullied City Worker
Mishcon de Reya represented Helen Green against Deutsche Bank in this landmark case, which saw her being awarded over £800,000 in damages.
UK
8 Sep 2006
12
Culture vs Corruption Diary - September 2006
Welcome to the September edition of Mishcon's Culture vs Corruption Diary, the object of this diary is to provide businesses and their advisors with a snapshot of what is happening in the world of corruption in the last month.
UK
6 Sep 2006
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Fraud Watch – September 2006
Welcome to the September edition of Mishcon Fraud Watch, prepared by the Corporate Investigations & Asset Recovery Group at Mishcon de Reya. Its aim is to provide businesses and their advisors with a snapshot of what has been happening in the world of fraud in the last month.
UK
6 Sep 2006
14
Mishcon Fraud Watch (April)
Welcome to the April edition of Mishcon Fraud Watch, prepared by the Corporate Investigations & Asset Recovery Group at Mishcon de Reya.  Its aim is to provide businesses and their advisors with a snapshot of what has been happening in the world of fraud in the last month.
UK
5 Apr 2006
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What´s New From 1 October 2005? (Employment Update)
In recent years, changes to employment legislation have generally been scheduled to come into effect either in April or October every year. With 1 October 2005 approaching, this month's briefing will highlight the main legislative changes, which will take effect from this date.
UK
22 Sep 2005
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Incitement of Terrorism
We are living through challenging times. Two weeks ago we learned that OFCOM, the UK broadcasting regulator, could not take action against a London-based radio station accused of inciting violence against non-Muslims. This followed hard on the heels of an innocent man shot dead at Stockwell Station. Our liberal and authoritarian instincts each struggle for attention.
UK
13 Sep 2005
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