The client is currently engaged in a process of transitioning their financial reporting to adhere to the IFRS17 format. This upgrade must be accomplished while ensuring uninterrupted productivity...
Given the rapid growth and use of emerging technologies (as well as other known push-factors), the international gaming company required improvement in Governance...
Pestalozzi Attorneys at Law
In its session on 29 November 2023, the Swiss Federal Council approved the new Ordinance on Antitrust Treatment of Vertical Agreements in the Motor Vehicle Sector...
Norton Rose Fulbright Hong Kong
Representatives from aviation leasing companies, airlines, aircraft manufacturers and regulatory bodies met recently in Dublin at the second Global Aviation Sustainability Day hosted by Aircraft Leasing Ireland...
This mini Q&A series will follow COP28, providing you with a quick and easy way to stay informed as the discussion evolves. Our coverage will highlight significant and recent developments from a legal perspective.
Digitalisation, technology and AI are transforming how we develop, operate and deal with real estate. Nowhere is this seen more clearly than in the living sectors.
Ofgem recently approved Balancing and Settlement Code (BSC) modification proposal P415, a significant move that aims to facilitate access to the wholesale electricity market...
Giambrone & Partners
The number of businesses falling into insolvency spirals year on year. As household names topple over the insolvency lawyers at Giambrone & Partners...
A WTW perspective on the Legal Services market in November 2023.
UHY Hacker Young LLP
When buying or selling a business, the structure of the transaction can have a significant impact on the benefits accruing to the sellers and the risks taken on by the buyers.
Thomson Snell & Passmore
The concept of voluntary, unpaid trusteeship is one of the defining principles of the charity sector. Trustees are able however, to have certain expenses reimbursed to them using the funds of their charity.
To support your food and beverage business in getting more from your risk management and insurance spend, in this insight, WTW specialists offer their takes on the state of the insurance market...
Getting married can be an exciting and busy time. But with so much "life admin" in the run up to the big day, it's very easy to forget to consider that your status as newlyweds
The long awaited secondary legislation on Biodiversity Net Gain ("BNG") is finally here fleshing out the bones of the Environment Act 2021 ("EA 2021").
Bereskin & Parr LLP
In good news for developers of AI technologies, the United Kingdom Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) has changed its practice to make it easier to patent AI-related inventions.
In the wake of the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Act 2023 (REUL Act) the UK Government has published draft regulations...
Logan & Partners
In the digital age, regulations and directives have been established to protect consumers and ensure a level playing field for businesses. Three significant pieces of legislation in this realm...
Marks & Clerk
The UPC Agreement (UPCA) came into force on 1 June 2023, paving the way for the European patent with unitary effect (UP). Patentees are now able, within one month of grant of their "classical"...
Ropes & Gray LLP
Last week, the Chancellor announced in his Autumn Statement a number of proposals designed to boost growth in the UK. A detailed summary of these is available here.
Welcome to the first bulletin in our Changing Landscape series where we look at the changes soon to be made to the public procurement regime...