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When Britain left the EU in January 2021 many businesses were apprehensive about changes to data transfer laws. If the UK were not granted ‘adequacy' by the EU...
Carey Olsen
The Jersey Retail Price Index ("JRPI"), the main measure of inflation, was 7.9% higher in June 2022 than it was 12 months before - the highest rate of increase seen since 1992.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Are community-led housing projects subject to the community infrastructure levy, and what can they do about it?
Norton Rose Fulbright
In addition to the obligations on regulated firms to comply with applicable sanctions regimes, individuals also need to be aware of their own compliance with sanctions restrictions.
Norton Rose Fulbright
As the attention of the world has been drawn to climate change and sustainability in recent years, one instrument has risen to prominence in the loans world: the sustainability-linked loan (SLL).
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
There are a number of potential outcomes following the investigation during the period of a sponsor licence suspension.
Waterfront Solicitors LLP
In the recently published post Waterfront Law – The IPEC Guide, we highlighted the "costs cap" as a feature of IPEC that is of real benefit to litigants.
Following the Mini Budget delivered on 23 September 2022, residential Stamp Duty Land Tax rates have changed (again). Unlike Sunak's "SDLT holiday of 2020-2021"...
Herrington Carmichael
When taking out a mortgage for a property purchase, a lending company will likely require a restriction to be placed on the property's register at the Land Registry for its security.
Hillier Hopkins
This was meant to be a mini budget, but turned out to be the biggest tax cutting event for 50 years and largely an undoing of the previous Chancellor's budget in March.
The ROE is established under the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022 ("the ECA") which also provides for unexplained wealth orders and sanctions.
On 10 June 2022, the Law Commission published its long-awaited options paper on Corporate Criminal Liability ("the Paper"). The Paper discussed a "failure to prevent money...
Potter Clarkson
Advanced materials like graphene, carbon fibre composites, ceramics, nanomaterials and biomaterials are increasingly being employed in almost every type of product, ...
Potter Clarkson
Following our previous post regarding the public consultation recently carried out by the UK Intellectual Property Office (UK IPO or IPO)
Bird & Bird
Transitioning the UK economy to net zero by 2050 is a huge but necessary task. In fact, the scientific community is of the view that net zero must be achieved much earlier than 2050 if the world is to
Forsters' Art and Cultural Property team with Private Client Partner, Catherine Hill launch ‘Innovations in Art' together with Smartify – the world's most downloaded museum app.
Gowling WLG
The Law Commission has just launched a consultation on its provisional proposals for reforming the Arbitration Act 1996 (the Act), designed to ensure the Act remains "state of the art".
Herbert Smith Freehills
The government is introducing two changes to the Company Share Option Plan (CSOP) scheme, effective from 6 April 2023, announced as part of the government's ‘mini budget' last week...
Hillier Hopkins
Research and Development (R&D) tax credits have been available to businesses for many years but often remain overlooked. Businesses are missing out on a valuable tax relief...
Lewis Silkin
The Home Office has stated that from 1 October 2022, the adjusted manual right to work check process will end.
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