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Herbert Smith Freehills
The Government has published its response to the consultation on the reform of the UK's data protection laws. Even in the absence of a draft Parliamentary bill...
Gowling WLG
European Union (EU) regulators reached agreement on the 23 April 2022 on the new Digital Services Act (DSA). It follows their recent agreement on its sister proposal, the Digital Markets Act...
Carey Olsen
House prices in Guernsey are at an all-time high, with the availability of houses at a historic low, causing great concern to many and in particular to low income families in need of affordable housing.
Walker Morris
For the first time, the high court has exercised its discretion to make an order under the Energy Act 2004 and Energy Act 2011 appointing special administrators in respect of an energy supply company...
Herbert Smith Freehills
One of the many changes introduced by the Building Safety Act 2022 (BSA 2022) relevant to those in the construction industry is the change to limitation periods for claims...
Herbert Smith Freehills
HMRC has published draft legislation for the new Energy Profits Levy, along with a detailed explanatory note (21 June 2022).
lus Laboris
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 (the ‘MSA') contains provisions relating to transparency in supply chains. The MSA requires the annual publication of a statement...
Lewis Silkin
Outside of case law tweaks to the aging legislation, it is rather rare that anything significant happens in the world of enfranchisement. June 2022, however, is different.
Lewis Silkin
As widely publicised in recent months, the Government has fast-tracked new legislation to "tackle corrupt elites and dirty money" and to "deliver transparency about who ...
Gatehouse Chambers
In this case, the High Court dealt with the novel question of law as to whether the identity of the persons who are authorised to give instructions to solicitors on behalf of a corporate client...
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
With increases in the price of everyday essentials such as energy, fuel and food, many families are continuing to see the cost of living soar, resulting in an increased focus on expenditure and finances.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
The Nationality and Borders Act received Royal Assent on 28 April 2022. The Act has attracted a great deal of media attention for its reforms in a number of areas,...
Herbert Smith Freehills
A recent High Court decision highlights the need to think carefully before applying to strike out an opponent's witness statements, or parts of them, ...
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 22 June, the Government laid its new Bill of Rights Bill before Parliament. The Bill has been anticipated since the Government invited responses to a consultation...
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has published an updated version of its Guidance on the Strategic Report.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Miscellaneous changes to the Takeover Code came into force on 13 June 2022 and the Takeover Panel has published a new Practice Statement No 33 on issues for a bidder...
Herbert Smith Freehills
At the moment, the FCA's only powers over crypto businesses which do not carry on investment, payment services, e-money or other UK regulated business come from its role as their anti-money...
Bindmans LLP
Disciplinary and Grievance procedures.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
The European Union's anti-fraud office OLAF wants to see the recovery of more than €500 million of EU funds that were lost to fraud last year.
Lewis Silkin
Joanna Symes of Home Sweet Home talks to Julia Poulter, a Partner in Lewis Silkin's Real Estate team, about working in the prime central London property market for over 20 years.
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