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Withers LLP
On 4th December 2023, the Home Secretary made a statement to the House of Commons on legal migration in what he called a new 'five-point plan'. This statement laid out a series of measures...
Simons Muirhead & Burton
It is good to see big corporates taking steps to engage in local initiatives but initiated and messaged from a wider, central, strategic level.
Proskauer Rose LLP
Welcome to November's edition of the UK Tax Round Up. This month has seen the Chancellor's Autumn Statement as well as an interesting confirmation from the Court...
In recent years flexible working has become commonplace across the private equity industry. This flexibility ranges from the occasional day working...
Herrington Carmichael
Following on from recent case law relating to the protection of religious and philosophical beliefs over the past year, we thought it would be prudent to recap on the broader topic of protected beliefs.
Herrington Carmichael
The Government made their intention to reduce net migration in the UK very clear on 4th December 2023, as the Home Secretary set out their five-point plan to reduce net migration.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
In November 2023, after several years of negotiation, the Council of the European Union published the detailed compromise text for the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) II.
On Monday 27 November, Resolution hosted the launch of their Vision for Family Justice in Parliament.
Burges Salmon
The CQC has published its 2023 State of Care Report, providing a nuanced and holistic view of challenges faced by the health and social care system in England
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
On 8 November 2023, the UK government published its response to the consultation on Retained EU Employment Law. It also published the Employment Rights (Amendment, Revocation and Transitional Provision)...
Ellisons Legal
The government has recently suggested in its response to the Climate Change Committee's 2023 Annual Progress Report...
Myerson Solicitors LLP
We have previously discussed the King's Speech with regard to its proposal to introduce an independent football regulator. Under the tagline 'strengthening society', the King's Speech 2023...
Travers Smith LLP
The idea that new projects should not only avoid harming biodiversity, but in fact positively contribute to it, represents a significant cultural shift.
Travers Smith LLP
Activity in the infrastructure and energy sectors often has significant impacts (both good and bad) on the environment and as we explain below, the risk of litigation in this area is significant.
Travers Smith LLP
In addition to the fund level sustainability reporting requirements, there have been many developments in relation to corporate sustainability reporting, which many infrastructure operators will be getting to grips with ...
Thomson Snell & Passmore
A supplier of AI, or a business using it to supply a service, may still owe a duty of care to the third parties they deal with, even if there is no formal contract in place. If a duty applies...
Giambrone & Partners
The Home Secretary, James Cleverly, announced some game-changing new rules in a five-point plan to reduce legal immigration, stating "Enough is enough …Immigration policy must be fair...
European Union
Marks & Clerk
The Court of Justice of the EU has confirmed that Myforest Foods Co. could not register "MYBACON" for their plant-based bacon.
Herbert Smith Freehills
With companies increasingly making environmental claims and a rise in ESG regulation, we outline the risks of greenwashing allegations in three key markets...
Venner Shipley
On 17 October 2023, the UK's First-tier Tribunal ruled in favour of Clearview AI Inc. (‘Clearview') in its appeal against an enforcement notice and fine issued by the UK's Information Commissioner's Office (‘ICO').
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