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Preiskel & Co
On the 14th of September 2022 the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen gave the annual state-of-the-EU speech, followed by the traditional publishing of the State of the Union Letter of Intent 2022.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Government has also laid the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill in Parliament today.
Ropes & Gray
Forced labor is a significant global issue.
Cooley LLP
The European Commission published two proposals seeking to introduce new ecodesign and energy labelling requirements for mobile phones and tablets. Feedback can be submitted until 28 September 2022.
The closing day of Sustainable Finance Week focused on carbon markets and pricing, the role of the investment industry and building a net-zero investment portfolio.
Collas Crill
Prior to May 2019 it was possible for unauthorised uses of land or buildings in Guernsey to become immune from planning enforcement action due to the passage of time.
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen Starting Point Guides are intended as a general introduction and guide to different aspects of Jersey employment law.
Ropes & Gray
The UK Government has today announced a package of tax cuts and other measures aimed at growing the UK economy, alongside confirmation of its costly intervention in the energy market and a significant increase in Government borrowing.
Lewis Silkin
No more right to paid holiday. Goodbye TUPE. Farewell limits on working hours. This article takes a first look at the government's Brexit Freedoms Bill and the potentially major implications for UK employment law.
Lewis Silkin
The ICO has fined Halfords £30,000 for sending unsolicited marketing emails about a bike repair scheme without consent, contrary to UK e-privacy law.
Herbert Smith Freehills
A recent High Court decision has considered the principles the court will apply when deciding whether a party owed a fiduciary duty in circumstances outside of the established categories of...
Episode 9 in Season 2 of the Cipher Vision Podcast series features Mike Binns and Braxton Davis, both Associate General Councel at Meta.
Cooley LLP
Despite having broad case management powers in respect of trial witness statements that do not comply with the procedural rules, judges are notably unwilling to impose the more draconian sanctions available to them.
Marks & Clerk
In a recent article published by Innovation News Network, Donagh Cagney - Policy Director of Ocean Energy Europe - stated that...
Gowling WLG
The impact of litigation on company share price has been revealed in a new report from Gowling WLG, with claimants experiencing an average drop of 3.5% on announcement of an active dispute...
RFB Legal
The firm was instructed by one of its portfolio landlords in respect of residential premises in Westminster.
RFB Legal
On March 25 2022 the High Court passed a judgment which deliberated upon significant questions in relation to jurisdiction and cryptocurrency in the case of Tulip Trading Ltd (TTL) v Bitcoin Association for BSV, the original Bitcoin.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Government has today laid the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill in Parliament which contains, among other things, draft amendments to the Companies Act 2006 to facilitate the reform of Companies House.
Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
A series of significant UK corporate failures, including BHS (2016), Carillion (2018), Patisserie Valerie (2018) and Thomas Cook (2019),
lus Laboris
Liz Truss is now the UK prime minister. What commitments has she made so far and what could her leadership mean for employers and employees?
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