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Wiggin
In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the EPO has decided to further extend the pilot project for conducting opposition hearings by VICO until 31 January 2022.
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RadcliffesLeBrasseur
The High Court recently handed down judgement in the claim brought by the Competition & Markets Authority ("CMA") against Care UK.
Tughans
We've finally made it through January, the gloomiest month of the year, and probably the worst in a long time thanks to the ongoing lockdown.
Mills & Reeve
In a market that is increasingly influenced by ethics and integrity, is it time you took a look at your bribery and corruption procedures.
Wrigleys Solicitors
New guidance from the Court of Protection on appointing the Official Solicitor in both personal welfare and property, and affairs proceedings.
Cooley LLP
On July 20, 2021, the UK government announced that the National Security and Investment Act 2021 (NSI Act) will come fully into force on January 4, 2022. From that date, certain investments or acquisitions of ...
Hill Dickinson
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recently issued a consultation on its draft guidance for businesses that market their products and services as being 'green' or 'eco-friendly' (Guidance).
Hill Dickinson
A recent case in the High Court (Andrew Green -v- Petfre (Gibraltar) Limited t/a Betfred) has highlighted the importance of adequately signposting exclusion clauses in consumer terms and conditions.
Hill Dickinson
Are you scared of ransomware? Ransomware is software (malware in fact) which infects your IT systems and encrypts your software and data, effectively shutting down your IT systems.
Hill Dickinson
While we continue to await the outcome of the Green Paper consultation on the proposed changes in structure to the procurement regime, and the extent of the Provider Selection Regime consultation...
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
My wife and I separated in December last year and are dividing assets as part of our divorce. We agreed I will transfer my half share in the family home to her so she can sell the property to pay her legal fees and purchase somewhere ...
Quadrant Chambers
In this Quadrant Basics in Ten, Nicola Allsop tells you all you need to know about Norwich Pharmacal Orders.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
If you currently hold leave to remain as a Tier 1 Entrepreneur, you can apply to settle in the UK until 05 April 2025. If you became a Tier 1 Entrepreneur by switching into the route from a ...
Morrison & Foerster LLP
In this infographic, we break down the key differences between the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) Green Bond Principles and the proposed EU Green Bond Standard.
Shakespeare Martineau
Health Secretary Matt Hancock was recently forced to resign after his affair was leaked via CCTV footage. Following the very public scandal, concerns have now been raised around the GDPR...
Shakespeare Martineau
A company's brand and reputation is often one of its most important assets and can often make or break a business.
Wedlake Bell
The new criminal offences and additional grounds for contribution notices ("CNs") under Pension Schemes Act 2021 are expected
Wiggin
Stakeholders acknowledge that these improvements are part of a voluntary process, founded on cooperation and a shared purpose of reducing IP infringement online.
Wiggin
These CCTV images were published by The Sun newspaper on 25 June 2021.
Wiggin
Ukie describes how Dr Francesca Sobande, lecturer at the School of Journalism, laid out the current definitions of "influencer".
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