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Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The European Commission is considering amending the existing rules for the financial sector regarding digital operational resilience, with a view to unifying and strengthening the legal framework in this area.
In-House Law
Most Construction And Energy Industry Companies Are Making That May Result In Them Losing Their EU Migrant Workforce This Summer And How To Fix Them In 3 Easy Steps.
Mayer Brown
The EU Green Deal announces a zero pollution ambition for a toxic-free environment that should be achieved, among other ways, through ambitious actions against the most hazardous chemicals...
McGuireWoods LLP
Determining necessary merger control filings in the EU (and EEA) has until now been relatively easy in most cases. Large deals go to Brussels for review by the European Commission...
James Tracey, Managing Director of JTC's Guernsey office, explores how the efficient and popular Private Investment Fund (PIF) regime is improved by the issuance of the 2021 Rules and Guidance...
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Tree root subsidence claims are often long running and expensive for insurers, not to mention the impact they have on the policyholder. This is especially so when underpinning of the...
Fenwick Elliott LLP
In our last issue of International Quarterly, we discussed a recent TCC decision concerning the extent of an expert's duties to their client.
Proskauer Rose LLP
This was an appeal against the High Court decision in Dodika Ltd & Ors v United Luck Group Holdings Limited from August 2020.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The UK National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), along with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), Health Research Authority (HRA)...
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Mr Mehrban appealed against assessments that were issued to him by HMRC in respect of tax years 2002/03 to 2015/16, pursuant to section 29, TMA.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
The FCA has launched its consultation (the Consultation), open for feedback until 25 June 2021, on a new category of authorised fund vehicle designed to accommodate investment in illiquid assets...
Withers LLP
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on all of our lives and many businesses over the past year but the hospitality industry has been hit particularly hard.
Goodman Derrick LLP
This webinar will look at construction disputes from an English perspective.
Jones Myers
The tragic loss of life, challenges and restrictions resulting from the global pandemic have undoubtedly proved a turbulent and testing time for everyone.
Jones Myers
The thorny issue of how cohabitation affects divorce settlements can differ from case to case and have long-lasting monetary and lifestyle implications on a former spouse.
In-House Law
A brief note for CEOs and CFOs of construction and energy companies.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Leaders and scholars of business ethics often espouse the benefits of the "golden rule" - treat others as you would want to be treated...
Boyes Turner
The minimum pay rate has also been significantly reduced, meaning sponsorship of chefs is now a realistic option for many more businesses than it has been in the past.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
In Smoke Club Ltd and others v Network Rail Infrastructure Limited, the Upper Tribunal held that the claimants had an inferred periodic tenancy but no claim under proprietary estoppel.
Boyes Turner
There are two things certain in life: death and taxes. This oft-quoted idiom actually derives from a letter written by Benjamin Franklin in 1789 but would not feel out of place in a tweet in 2021.
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