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Gill Jennings & Every
Subsectors of "computer-aided surgery", such as surgical robotics, virtual and augmented reality systems and machine learning fall at the intersection between a number of complex and changing areas...
In the first Briefing Note in our Contentious Probate Series, we considered the key issues that a person should have in mind when drawing up a Will in Guernsey.
Guernsey is aiming to put itself at the forefront of sustainable investment, consolidating its early wins in the environmental and governance space to make it a leading jurisdiction for ESG investment.
Gorvins Solicitors
An ACAS poll has found that nearly one in five employers are likely to make staff redundancies this year.
PDT Solicitors
On the 6 May Adrian Smale, Associate Partner from Ernst & Young gave a well-received overview of tax considerations for property investors and developers as part of our 2022 Real Estate Seminar programme.
Wrigleys Solicitors
ONS estimates that "long Covid" symptoms have adversely affected the day-to-day activities of 1.2 million people in the UK.
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
There is a requirement that biological sequences (e.g., DNA, RNA, peptides) disclosed in patent applications be provided in a sequence listing, which conforms with the applicable WIPO standard.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Queen's Speech delivered on 10 May 2022 announced a new energy bill (the "Bill"), which expands on the UK Government's Energy Security Strategy, announced in April 2022.
Lewis Silkin
The Government finally issued the long awaited Planning Bill on 11 May repackaged as "The Levelling-Up and Regeneration Bill" ("LURB"). The LURB covers a wide range of proposals or "missions"...
Herbert Smith Freehills
Public authorities must prepare as the new post-Brexit subsidy control regime in force this autumn proves more heavy-handed than expected...
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
UniCredit bank has lost its $24.7 million damages lawsuit over the loss of thousands of tons of oil at a United Arab Emirates port.
Hillier Hopkins
Cleaning up contaminated land and buildings can represent a major cost for developers, putting into question the viability of a scheme.
PDT Solicitors
Welcome to the second instalment of ‘Lessons from a litigator – things I wish I had known before I signed'.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In this podcast, Tim Smith, Pensions Professional Support Consultant, is joined by Richard Smith, Pension Dashboards Consultant at the Pension & Lifetime Savings Association...
Lewis Silkin
As we posted recently, it's the moment you've been waiting for – the laws on chance-based competitions (where success does not depend on skill) in Northern Ireland (NI) have finally been broadly aligned with the rest of the UK.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
As has been set out in a previous post, new provisions came into force on 6 April 2022, which will begin the phasing out of the use of Biometric Residence Cards and Permits and Frontier Worker Permit to prove lawful immigration status...
DMH Stallard
On the heels of the Queen's Speech on Wednesday, Michael Gove's department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has revealed proposals for ...
Bennett Jones LLP
The United Kingdom recently passed the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act (ECA) on an expedited basis, bringing key changes to help the UK government and law enforcement combat financial crime.
Asset protection is one, if not the, key concern of virtually all Ocorian's clients and is often the rationale for establishing a trust. But how do you protect wealth against volatility through offshore trusts?
The current geo-political climate is contributing to the rapid rise to inflation rates in many countries around the world.
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