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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
International agreements require Member States to have national controls in place to prevent the proliferation of nuclear, chemical or biological weapons.
Cooley LLP
Here's the next edition of our monthly bite-sized digest, Productwise 3-2-1 where each month, we'll be bringing to the top of your inbox (and your agenda):
Kemp IT Law
In this short piece, we overview the new rules around Number-Independent Interpersonal Communications Services (‘NI-ICS') that are due to come into effect in the UK later in 2021.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
In a long awaited decision, the European Commission ("Commission') adopted two new sets of standard contractual clauses ("SCCs") to reflect the EU's General Data Protection Regulation ("EU GDPR")...
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Russell-Cooke Solicitors
When I was making my training contract applications, I spent a lot of time hovering over the "diversity" checklist and deliberating whether I should put an honest answer.
Osborne Clarke
The carbon footprint of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies has been making headlines recently.
Gowling WLG
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way we live our lives on so many levels. As a result, the idea of suburban resurgence is more topical than ever before.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
In a brief update to the summary of the latest residential property cases she recorded with Russell-Cooke associate Guy Evans, associate Harriet Allsop...
Shakespeare Martineau
Challenges faced by the retirement living sector over the last year have highlighted that a change in approach is needed in order to improve its reputation and services.
Osterwald Rathbone & Partners
It is clearly a challenge for the oil and gas sector to answer the call for a clean energy transition whilst the demand for energy sources continues to grow.
Stevens & Bolton
We recently joined Property Week's virtual Industrial & Logistics Conference & Showcase, which explored the successes and changes in the market as well as the emerging theme of sustainability.
Marks & Clerk
Plant Breeder's Rights (PBRs) or Plant Variety Rights (PVRs) are a form of intellectual property that protect new plant varieties.
Simkins
Welcome to this week's round-up of news, commentary and industry announcements that you may have missed from the past week.
Shakespeare Martineau
Although we are only just approaching the halfway mark into May 2021 it has already been a busy month, with a flurry of information from the government on possession proceedings.
Gowling WLG
In January 2020, His Honour Judge Hodge QC ("HHJ Hodge") was asked to construe the pension increase rule in the Britvic Pension Plan (the "Plan"), which gave Britvic plc ("Britvic") a power ...
Stevens & Bolton
Since 30 March 2020, temporary COVID-19 adjusted measures have been in place for employers in relation to carrying out right to work checks. During this period employers have been permitted to...
Astraea Group
The Pilot has been applicable to all cases in the Business and Property Courts since 1 January 2019.
Keidan Harrison
The last decade has seen an acceleration in disputes tech but for some the profession just hasn't quite yet been ready.
JMW Solicitors LLP
As we approach the end of May we come close to the end of the eviction stay in England and Wales and the end of the longer notice periods for England for section 8 and 21 notices.
Simkins
The Court of Appeal in Bell v Ivy Technology Ltd recently dismissed Mr Bell's appeal that a breach of warranty claim should not be brought against him under a share purchase agreement when he was not a party to it ...
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