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When the EU Whistleblowing Protection Directive came into force on 21st December 2021, governments and organisations across EU countries began to introduce the rules into their national laws.
Carey Olsen
Guernsey's position as Europe's leading captive insurance domicile has made the jurisdiction renowned for insurance activity...
What is a letter of wishes, what are the benefits of having one, and why should they be kept updated? Global Head of Private Clients, Nick Cawley explains.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
On 10 May 2022 the UK Government announced, through the Queen's Speech, that the United Kingdom's data protection regime is to be reformed.
Lewis Silkin
The requirements of organisations returning to the workplace in a post-pandemic scenario have undoubtedly been influenced by the learnings we have all experienced during the pandemic.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The LCIA has released its Annual Casework Report for 2021, showing that disputes in the Banking and Finance sector represented the LCIA's biggest industry sector in 2021, overtaking Energy and Resources disputes.
Gowling WLG
Examples of concession contracts range from leisure concessions such as the running of cafes or boating concessions, to major contracts for rail services or airport facilities.
BCL Solicitors LLP
One of the tools used by the UK government in response to Russia's hostile actions in Ukraine is the targeted sanctions regime, which imposes (among other things) an effective asset freeze on designated persons (DPs).
Envoy Global, Inc.
The government of the United Kingdom published the 2021 global universities list for applicants applying for the High Potential Individual Visa route...
Withers LLP
The founder of a global corporation is declining in health. His ambitious children, scheming wife and an array of other relatives and advisers are jostling for position.
Withers LLP
Over the next few decades the Baby Boomers, the wealthiest generation that has ever lived, are going to die.
1 Crown Office Row
Banking Regulation Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of UK, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
DMH Stallard
With the government withdrawing its COVID related support, and in the face of continued domestic and global economic uncertainty, many businesses that managed to survive the pandemic could experience yet more challenging times ahead.
Proskauer Rose LLP
In the first two instalments of our series we examined the progress of English law to provide a secure and certain legal infrastructure for cryptoasset investment and management.
Following a liability trial at Manchester County Court, BLM, instructed by Zurich Insurance on behalf of the defendant school, and represented by Brain McCluggage of 9 St John Street Chambers, ...
Gowling WLG
In this procurement masterclass, we have selected framework agreements as our main topic. We cover key cases, guidance and address potential pitfalls, from when an authority seeks...
Lewis Silkin
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European legislation affecting all organisations that hold personal data on living individuals.
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
I tend to have a pop at the ASA for taking on the role of the UK's very own morality police.
Withers LLP
In early December 2021 I was hospitalized for mental health concerns, as well as later physical health concerns. No one saw it coming, least of all me.
With a sharp global increase in energy costs, localised inflation at record highs and interest rates trying to offer some counterbalance to the soaring costs of living driven by the...
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