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This alert gives a high level overview of the new trading relationship between the European Union (‘EU') and the United Kingdom (‘UK') for goods and service supply
Simon Burgess, Head of Alternative Investments, and Lynda O'Mahoney, Business Development Director, examine the major role Jersey will play in enabling GCC investment in UK commercial property post-Brexit and Covid-19.
Stevens & Bolton
The delays and inefficiencies in the family justice system have been well documented, as has the fact that the pandemic has made a bad situation worse.
Withers LLP
The Charity Commission announced last year that it was exploring how to help remove some of the barriers that prevent charity trustees from investing their assets ‘responsibly'.
Giambrone & Partners
A Gift or Donation under the Spanish Civil Code allows an individual to dispose of an asset in favour of another person on the provision that the recipient is fully prepared...
Gill Jennings & Every
It is just over four years since Board 3.3.01 of the EPO Boards of Appeal delivered its much-anticipated decision in the Dasatinib case (T 488/16).
A Cohabitation Agreement is effectively a legal agreement that can be put in place between parties who live together but are not married or in a civil partnership setting out how you both own the property you live in.
In-House Law
Most construction and energy industry companies are making that may result in them losing their EU migrant workforce this summer and how to fix them in 3 easy steps.
Mayer Brown
Whether ecolabels are an unfamiliar concept, or your business is beginning to undertake, or already underway with, an ecolabelling project we would be interested to hear your thoughts on this topic.
Mayer Brown
This article examines the impact of tighter controls on the sale of companies in administration.
Mayer Brown
On 21 April 2021, the UK Government published its response to last year's call for views on the cybersecurity of consumer smart devices and announced its intention to introduce new legislation...
These notes follow the #HardwickeBrew given by Hardwicke's Property Team on 31 March 2021 which looked at some issues which commonly arise in rights of way disputes.
This month's CLIP is an article on Competition Policy International relating to competition in music streaming. The BPI has estimated that streaming now accounts for some 80% of UK music consumption ...
Katten Muchin Rosenman
From 6 April 2020, non-UK tax resident corporate landlords (NRLs) are subject to corporation tax rather than income tax on their UK rental profits.
Katten Muchin Rosenman
The Finance Act 2020 introduces new rules which make certain individuals who have a ‘relevant connection' to a company that is, or is likely to become, subject to an insolvency procedure (an "insolvent company") ...
Katten Muchin Rosenman
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has adopted a new position regarding VAT on contractual termination payments and cancellation fees.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Community land trusts could take on a central community role in a post-Covid world by providing co-working spaces.
In this follow-up episode of our podcast series on patent settlement agreements and competition law, Sophie Lawrance and Helena Connors cover the key takeaways...
BCL Solicitors LLP
The Food Safety and Hygiene (England) Regulations 2013 (‘the 2013 Regulations') set out various enforcement powers available to Food Standards Agency or local authority enforcement officers...
Cooley LLP
On 29 April 2021, the UK National Security and Investment Bill, which strengthens the UK government's ability to investigate transactions on grounds of national security, was granted Royal Ascent.
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