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Gowling WLG
What are the emerging threats and opportunities of Britain's post-Brexit relationship with the EU? And, what does the UK's departure from the European Union mean for you and your business?
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Birketts
This article revisits the IPEC to look at what it is, its purpose and special features to help you understand if it offers a litigation forum for you.
Mayer Brown
In this episode, Beth Brown talks about the new Pension Schemes Act 2021 and some of the significant changes it will introduce to the pensions landscape.
Mayer Brown
The Pension Schemes Act 2021 sets out a framework for new climate risk-related governance and reporting requirements for trustees of larger schemes.
Blaser Mills
A recent decision in the Court of Appeal confirmed the benefits of using Part 36 at an early stage in litigation matters should the matter be eventually concluded at Trial.
Anderson Strathern LLP
For a period this year, all of our lives became smaller.
Ashfords LLP
A claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975 ('the 1975 Act') is not a hostile claim against the estate; rather it is a claim concerning the division of the net estate.
Birketts
On 7 January 2021, the Housing Secretary announced plans for new legislation to make it easier and cheaper for leaseholders to buy their homes and to prepare homeowners...
Burness Paull LLP
There is an amusing meme circulating that depicts Marty McFly climbing into the DeLorean time machine extoling to Doc Brown "Take me to any year except 2020….!"
Essex Court Chambers
In a new article, Jeremy Brier considers the recent Supreme Court Judgment in Financial Conduct Authority v Arch (UK) Insurance & Others [2021] UKSC 1 on appeal from [2020] EWHC 2448 (Comm).
Ashfords LLP
It is fair to say that a Will can be challenged in a number of different ways however, perhaps one of the more exciting areas is forgery.
lus Laboris
In a welcome move last week, the EU notified the UK that all EU countries will apply the ‘detached workers' exception to UK employees who are temporarily seconded to work in the EU.
Holman Fenwick Willan LLP
The knock-on effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are continuing to impact the global shipping market, with a shortage of containers coupled with a rebound in demand for goods driving freight costs to unprecedented levels.
Ashfords LLP
This is an interesting update about comments made by the chief planner at the Housing Ministry. In summer the Government published a series
Ashfords LLP
It is inevitable that the changes will increase the timing and costs of insolvency and enforcement proceedings and it will be more important
Ashfords LLP
As many readers will already be aware, at the end of December 2020 the transition period ended between the UK and the EU.
Goodman Derrick LLP
Following the long awaited, and very last minute, Trade and Cooperation Agreement put in place between the UK and the EU on Christmas Eve we summarise the headlines concerning data transfers as from January 2021:
Burgess Mee
Vaccinations have been a controversial topic for some time and disputes over the merits of vaccinating children have garnered much media attention.
Burgess Mee
LGBT+ History Month takes place every February, to promote equality and diversity and increase awareness of the LGBT+ community
J A Kemp LLP
The recent case of Reaux-Savonte v Comptroller-General of Patents ([2021] EWHC 78 (Ch)) concerns an appeal from a decision of the Comptroller General, dated 19 May 2020...
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