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Wiggin
EUIPO says that the new Out-of-Commerce Works Portal allows users to search for copyright works that are still protected by copyright but are no longer or have never been commercially available held by European libraries...
Wiggin
The EU is funding eight hubs that will help implement and expand the work of EDMO.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
On June 4, 2021, the European Commission adopted two new sets of standard contractual clauses (SCCs): one for data transfers from data controllers to data processors...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Free movement of workers from the European Economic Area (EEA) was ended by Brexit and the UK Government introduced the EU Settlement Scheme to bridge the gap between the UK's two immigrations systems ...
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Wiggin
The changes made to s 72 in 2016 concern all premises that may show broadcast material but do not charge for public access.
Wiggin
The Article referred to statements Ms Riley had reportedly made in or via the national media about online abuse of which she had been the victim.
Wiggin
Before 2021, parallel goods were able to move freely in both directions between the UK and EEA.
RFB Legal
In the course of running your business, you will have to deal with a wide variety of different issues relating to your employees.
RFB Legal
A case which has been widely reported in the media in recent weeks has highlighted possibility of making deathbed gifts designed to take effect only after death which would override any will or distribution under intestacy.
RFB Legal
It is unlawful to dismiss an employee for refusing to work in circumstances of danger which the employee reasonably believed to be serious and imminent and which they could not reasonably have been expected to avert, ...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Agricultural rent reviews have been a source of controversy within the industry for many years. After a period of 15 years or so where there was little rent review activity in the agricultural tenanted sector...
RadcliffesLeBrasseur
The employment tribunal judgment in the case of Kane v Debmat Surfacing Limited attracted a lot of media attention last week. Headlines included "Visiting pub while off work sick is not sackable offence...
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
On 7 June 2021, HM Treasury of the Government of the United Kingdom published a consultation setting out the intended scope of a precautionary power to block initial equity listings and admissions...
PDT Solicitors
Following the anniversary of first being in lockdown, I wanted to reflect on the last year of my training contract (which has largely been at home)...
RFB Legal
Attila Hunter of our Corporate and Commercial department sets out the reasons why shareholders in a business should consider putting a shareholder's agreement in place and how it may help the running of the business.
RFB Legal
Once you have accepted the offer and the conditions to which the offer was subject to have been satisfied, a legally binding agreement will exist.
J A Kemp LLP
The open-source movement has been around for decades and has provided freedom to users and programmers to use and develop existing software.
Shakespeare Martineau
Following the introduction of the New Telecoms Code back in December 2017 (the New Code), there has been a noticeable shift in the balance of power from landowners in favour of telecoms operators.
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Vistra
In early 2020, it became clear that the unfolding Covid-19 pandemic would significantly affect the global economy.
Cooley LLP
The benefits at US firm Cooley and magic circle firm Clifford Chance include egg freezing, IVF and adoption services.
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