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Travers Smith LLP
The UK's National Security and Investment Act (NSI Act) has been in force for almost two years. It enables the UK Government to scrutinise M&A deals and a range of other transactions...
Travers Smith LLP
The 100+ pages of the Autumn Statement contained a number of measures which are likely to be significant for the infrastructure and energy sectors.
Travers Smith LLP
In Project Angel BidCo Ltd (in administration) v Axis Managing Agency Limited the Commercial Court made clear that to the extent any warranties included in an SPA are identified in an appendix to a W&I policy.
Travers Smith LLP
In October 2023, the UK Government announced that it was cancelling further stages of the controversial HS2 rail line; only the first stage, between London and Birmingham...
Simons Muirhead & Burton
A frequently Googled question is: "can my employer dismiss me for having a tattoo?" This insight looks at the surprisingly thorny issue of tattoos in the workplace.
Being ready to raise funds is a position that every business should seek to be in even where fundraising is not an imminent objective.
Marks & Clerk
Each year, Financier Worldwide canvases the opinions of leading professionals around the world on the latest trends in intellectual property for the financial services sector.
Marks & Clerk
Academics Jingru Xing and Liang Yang from the Division of Energy and Sustainability at Cranfield University have recently published a paper which explores the concept of using wave energy for propulsion.
Venner Shipley
Jack Daniels Properties, Inc (JD), known for JACK DANIEL'S whisky, opposed a third-party application to register JACK & VICTOR as a UK trade mark. The application spanned various classes...
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
In the recent case of Williams v Newport City Council, the EAT concluded that an employee who was severely anxious about performing one part of her job role was disabled.
Volcanic eruptions are relatively uncommon when compared to the frequency of other geohazards such as earthquakes, but volcanic unrest is a phenomenon that occurs much more often.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Decision upholds those of the CAC and Court of Appeal.
UHY Hacker Young LLP
With HMRC tax take increasing (receipts from April to October 2023 are 23.9 billion higher than the same period last year) we have set out the capital gains...
Thomson Snell & Passmore
On 8 November 2023, the Government published its response to two consultations concerning reforms to employment law.
Thomson Snell & Passmore
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, presented his Autumn Statement in the House of Commons to Parliament on 22nd November 2023.
Thomson Snell & Passmore
ACAS has launched a consultation on its draft statutory Code of Practice entitled ‘Handling Requests for a Predictable Working Pattern'.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
The UK offers a range of immigration routes for foreign nationals with experience in theatre, dance, combined arts, TV and film who wish to work in the UK.
Old Mill
IR35 is a piece of legislation designed to close a loophole to prevent workers from setting up a Limited Company in order to pay less tax.
European Union
Price Bailey
As the COP28 conference begins in Dubai this week, we look at how British businesses have contributed to the growth of CleanTech and ClimateTech development, and highlight 10 exciting...
Mayer Brown
On 28 November 2023, the UK's Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") published its "Sustainability Disclosure Requirements ("SDR") and investment labels" policy statement (PS23/16)...
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