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Remember the boiling frog analogy? Climate change has been a slow boil of an issue for decades. Covid made us sit up and realise that we are at boiling point, ...
Insurance Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Guernsey, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
MJ Hudson
If an investor fails to meet a capital call which is required to enable the fund to pay for an acquisition, this has potentially serious consequences for the fund.
MJ Hudson
It's the twilight hour; a magical time when rays of late autumn sun dance playfully from watch bezels to belt buckles.
Gowling WLG
Here, Gowling WLG's Employment, Labour & Equalities team brings you a quick round-up of the recent need-to-know employment law developments.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
We are currently receiving many enquiries about the need for Biometric Residence Permits or cards from people who have held indefinite leave to remain for many years, often evidenced by stamps in expired or lost passports.
Trowers & Hamlins
We're sending out our bulletin on World Menopause Day in the interests of promoting its purpose of raising awareness about... the menopause!
Wrigleys Solicitors
How can students' unions make their voice heard?
Fenchurch Law
This recent High Court decision considers the proper construction of questions put to an insured in insurance applications
Maples Group
A new initiative is underway in the UK to increase its attractiveness as a fund and asset holding company jurisdiction for alternative investment funds.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Bank of England Deputy Governor for Financial Stability Jon Cunliffe described risks to financial stability from rapid crypto industry growth.
Jones Day
In recent years, the UK Government's approach to insolvency and restructuring has been to promote a stronger rescue culture whereby companies have a better opportunity of being restructured and rescued on a going-concern basis.
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
Quoting people who are ‘outraged' on social media tends to indicate a certain desperation to create content. It isn't hard to find people on social media who are ‘outraged' about literally anything.
Gatehouse Chambers
It is no coincidence that construction cases play a prominent role in many of the leading decisions concerning limitation.
As the UK continues to remove the many restrictions on industry and people, some businesses are emerging from hibernation after a very difficult period...
Albert Goodman
Whilst we are awaiting the current review of FRS 102 we have to use our judgement and find the best accounting fit that we can for cryptocurrencies as they are not specifically represented in FRS 102 at present.
Albert Goodman
In a low interest rate market, it can be difficult for savers to get excited about the prospect of managing cash savings. However, cash is a vitally important asset for both short term liquidity
We're still seeing record levels of deal activity but with growing stress across the supply chain. With Government support measures disappearing and ...
The increasing magnitude and frequency of disruptive forces is affecting organisations globally from five perspectives – economic, environmental, technological, societal and regulatory.
Marks & Clerk
The UK's Patents Court has recently handed down judgment in Royalty Pharma Collection Trust v Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH. As this case concerns German Law, ...
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