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Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Cadwalader Capital Markets partner David Quirolo and Financial Services partner Michael Sholem comment on various considerations for EU-based CLO investors ...
Blaser Mills
Oracle develops and markets computer software which in majority of the cases can be downloaded by its customers from their website.
Opportunities for additional pharmaceutical product patent protection in Europe, based on the use of a drug to treat a patient exhibiting a biomarker indicative of drug response.
Arendt & Medernach
On 1 February 2020, the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union came into effect, entailing that UK citizens cease to be considered as EU nationals.
Fenchurch Law
Since the designation of COVID-19 as a notifiable disease in England on 5 March, and the subsequent ratcheting of measures to slow the spread of the disease...
Walker Morris
Businesses which make claims about their ‘green' credentials in order to promote products or services need to ensure, more than ever before, that they do not fall foul of consumer legislation.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
In person mediations were postponed in the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic in the hope that they could take place in the near future.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant financial impact on a large number of companies and individuals.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Any business which needs work to be done for it makes a choice as to how that work is procured and delivered.
Gowling WLG
In Lloyds[1] Mr Justice Morgan concluded that the pension scheme rules he had to consider permitted or required trustees to forfeit arrears that would otherwise be due to scheme beneficiaries.
Gill Jennings & Every
The requirements for obtaining granted patents for biological inventions, and in particular antibody therapeutics, have changed dramatically over the last couple of decades.
Cleaver Fulton Rankin
Employers have an obligation to prevent illegal working in the UK. An employer commits a criminal offence if it knows, or has reasonable grounds to believe, that its employee does not have the right to work in the UK.
Shakespeare Martineau
Updated 18 June: Following the government's delay on lifting restrictions, The Home Office has updated the Right to Work checks guidance for business' and their employees during COVID-19.
Welcome to this week's round-up of news, commentary and industry announcements that you may have missed from the past week.
Brahams Dutt Badrick French LLP
World Whistleblowers Day 2021 (23 June) is a day to raise public awareness about the important role of whistleblowers in uncovering and challenging malpractice and wrongdoing.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
The European Commission published a draft Adequacy Decision for the UK on 19 February. That document remains in draft, though it is understood to have successfully cleared the last formal approval stage required.
Marks & Clerk
With apologies to Shakespeare, here we discuss the difficult question of what information to include in your patent application, focussing on a decision concerning biological deposits – specifically a hybridoma.
Earlier this month, the Northern Irish High Court awarded former Northern Ireland First Minister, Arlene Foster, £125,000 in damages for a tweet made by TV presenter, Dr Christian Jessen.
In January 2021 the DCMS announced a consultation on proposals for an uplift to Gambling Commission fees.
Boyes Turner
The UK's international travel ban was lifted on 17 May 2021, instead only advising against travel to any amber or red list country
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