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Arnold & Porter
Life sciences companies are doing their best to conduct business through remote customer interactions, and many expect that the expanded use of the technologies that facilitate...
Williams Powell
You might think that an article dealing with broccoli, tomatoes and peppers ought to be on a recipe blog.
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Veale Wasbrough Vizards
As chairs of trustees, principals/CEOs and clerks start finalising their timetable of meetings for the next academic year, this is often a sensible time to ensure that the trust's governance arrangements are working effectively.
Clyde & Co
This newsletter provides general information and is not intended to be comprehensive or to provide specific legal advice. Professional advice appropriate to a specific situation should always be...
Clyde & Co
The lessons learned by the insurance industry from this pandemic will be useful in coping with the disruption to come from climate change over the next decade.
Clyde & Co
Even before the advent of Covid-19, insolvency-related D&O claims already made up a large part of the management risk landscape.
Clyde & Co
Insurers must beware fraud but will need to deal with genuine claims quickly and sensitively, particularly for parties in financial difficulty.
Anthony Gold
The Electrical Safety Standards in Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020 ("the Regulations") are now in force, and from 1 July they started to apply to private rented tenancies in England.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
In line with the duties as set out in Keeping Children Safe In Education 2019, now is a timely reminder that schools must ensure that safeguarding remains at the forefront of everyone's mind...
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
In a recent article, we highlighted the guidance released on 5 May by Ofqual, following the public consultation on this summer's exceptional arrangements for exams.
Rollits LLP
A Limited Liability Partnership is becoming a more attractive legal structure now more than ever in light of the Covid-19 developments and as a result of the increased desire for traditional...
Rollits LLP
It goes without saying that we are currently living in extraordinary times.
Fladgate LLP
The outbreak of the COVID-19 global pandemic has forced many countries into lockdown and in turn many businesses have had to turn themselves inside out and implement work from home (WFH) on a scale not seen before.
Keystone Law
Alison Bradley considers the contractual and legal implications for businesses under UK law.
Blick Rothenberg
All companies have an obligation to inform HM Revenue & Customs, the UK's tax, payments and customs authority, about transactions in Employment Related Securities that relate to their employees who are undertaking duties in the UK.
Gilson Gray
In my blog of 16th April I reported on the statistics issued that day by Shared Parenting Scotland which showed that 61% of separated parents had experienced reduced time or no contact ...
Keystone Law
The worldwide economy continues to assess and react to the new financial landscape resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. We know that there remain many questions unanswered and new ones posed each and every day.
Colman Coyle
As most lawyers with any experience of disputes involving cross border trade contracts will know, the question of which law applies to the contract and, which forum is appropriate for the determination of any dispute, is frequently an issue.
MFB Solicitors
The facts of the matter are complex but, in brief: the Turkish construction company Enka was contracted to perform certain works in the construction of a power plant in Berezovskaya, in Siberia, Russia.
Clyde & Co
UK utilising its post-Brexit powers to impose autonomous sanctions on persons deemed to be involved in human rights violations
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