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Bowing to industry pressure, the European Commission announced a proposal to extend the transitional periods for the In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Regulation 2017/746, whose Date of Application is 26 May 2022.
J A Kemp LLP
The EU "unitary patent" took a step closer to being established on 15 October when a further EU state ratified the preparatory protocol.
Cooley LLP
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") has recently published its final guidance on misleading green claims. The Green Claims Code ("the Code") aims to help businesses comply...
Boomers' accommodation is booming. Investors are keen on Later Living as an area with incredible demand and limited supply. So, to ensure you are talking the right lingo...
A new report has found that men have substantially more private pension wealth than women, which may pose challenges when they divorce.
TPR now has the power under section 88A of the 2004 Act to impose a fine of up to one million pounds to anyone who fails to comply with its powers and functions.
Astraea Group
Astraea Group is pleased to announce James Ramsden QC has been nominated for pro bono QC of the year in Advocate's Bar Pro Bono Awards.
Gatehouse Chambers
Faisel Sadiq speaks to Gemma de Cordova and Shey Ojedokun for the first episode in our "Proud to Be" podcast series for Black History Month.
There has been a battle raging for the most attractive FMCG companies in recent months, frequently leaving private equity at the back of the queue.
A number of challenges now stand between the players and reaching their targets, not least the fact that others will get to their identified premises first.
Withers LLP
Just like a teacher catching school children copying each other's papers in an exam, one judge sitting in Bury St Edmund's Divorce Centre (the court which now deals with most of the divorce petitions in England)...
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
The Court of Appeal on Friday handed down judgment in the matter of Hirachand v Hirachand in which they confirm that (in certain circumstances), success fees can be recoverable from the...
TMF Group BV
Despite the obvious appeal, companies entering the UK market can face complicated and disparate laws, tax brackets, other bits of red tape – and the implications of Brexit.
Wrigleys Solicitors
The Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) has updated the rules for academy trusts considering making a special severance payment to a member of staff.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
As a result of the UK government's decision in the summer to lift restrictions in respect of office working, employers across the country have been re-opening their doors and encouraging...
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is a tax charged on the purchases of property in England and Northern Ireland. The rate charged is based on the consideration paid for the property, and goes through the relevant brackets.
Mayer Brown
James Perrott, Counsel at Mayer Brown in the Employment & Benefits practice of the London office, and Head of the firm's Global Mobility & Migration practice in Europe
Envoy Global, Inc.
Eligible fully vaccinated travelers may take a lateral flow test on or before day 2 of their arrival, instead of a PCR test, beginning Oct. 24, 2021.
Withers LLP
UK Black History Month seems like a good time to announce this – although sadly this scandal from 2018 only just qualifies as ‘history'.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL associate Anoushka Warlow is interviewed on dealing with raids and the execution of search warrants.
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