This regular update (no. 63 | 11 October 2021) covers key regulatory EU developments related to the evolving COVID-19 situation (Antitrust & State Aid; Trade/Export Controls; Medicines, Medical Devices and Cybersecurity, Privacy & Data Protection).
This regular alert covers key regulatory EU developments related to the COVID-19 situation. It does not purport
to provide an exhaustive overview of developments and contains no analysis or opinion
Guernsey Law allows for limited partnerships to change their place of registration and corporate existence without having to create a new limited partnership.
Giambrone & Partners
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission have sent the clearest warning to the banking and finance sector that extensive and high-level corruption and fraud will be rigorously pursued.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Building on its ambition to develop the UK as an international centre for green finance, as first set out in its 2019 Green Finance Strategy, the Government has published its Roadmap to Sustainable Investing.
A lasting impact of the pandemic appears to be the shift in travel behaviour towards increased use of e-scooters and bicycles
Many businesses are increasing the number of staff returning to the office this autumn. In this session Jasmine Coyne discusses the employment law issues that employers might face as employees are required to return to the office.
With the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (also known as COP26) coming to Glasgow later this month and amid numerous occurrences of extreme weather...
Marks & Clerk
I'm old enough to remember the first incarnation of virtual reality in the nineties and remember how thrilling it was to try out the VR games at the Trocadero in London's West End.
Arnold & Porter
In this edition of the UK Enforcement newsletter, we provide an update on recent anti-corruption and fraud developments, as well as economic crime issues in the UK.
This article explains DLA, interest, s.455 penalty tax and what the consequences are for the company and the directors/participators in the UK. Also, how to mitigate the overdrawn DLA is explained.
In this article, the different types of businesses will be discussed as well as the benefits of having one of the three popular business types in the UK.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
A previous article explained the rules and process for refugee family reunion. This article explores other options for family reunification that may be available to family members of refugees ...
Directors are the people who officially manage the daily
operations of the company in the United Kingdom.
National Adoption Week, takes place in the UK from 18-23 October. Adoptive parents are entitled to a number of specific employment law rights, some of which have changed in recent years.
The UK government has published its National AI Strategy, which outlines the government's plan for turning the UK into a global Artificial Intelligence (AI) powerhouse in the next ten years.
Understanding what you need to do when faced with the prospect of litigation is essential for in-house counsel. In this session Ana Lelliott provides her top tips for dealing with commercial disputes, ...
The Covid pandemic has seen an increasingly mobile workforce up sticks and work from warmer climates. Often encouraged by new ‘work from home' visas, digital nomads and their employers...
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
There is an increasing demand for companies to disclose more precise details of their climate strategy and carbon emissions and regulators are consulting/amending their rules to provide...
We are in the process of selling a flat in Dartmouth. The sale has stalled due to the fact that originally the property comprised two one-bedroom flats.