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The third episode of Regulation in Focus, our podcast series of short, sharp insights into regulatory issues that matter to you, features Katherine Dillon and..
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International arbitration Partner Devika Khanna and team have secured a landmark win on behalf of the Public Gas Corporation of Greece S.A.
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The Pension Schemes Bill [HL] 2019-20 (Bill) was re-introduced before Parliament on 7 January 2020. Among its proposed amendments to the Pensions Act 2004...
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The UK's Brexit plans continue in 2020, but there are now some welcome elements of certainty for the UK and international business following the UK's decisive..
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In Rabbi Moshe Avram Dadoun v Yitzchok Biton [2019] EWHC 3441 (Ch), the High Court dismissed an appeal against an arbitral award (the "Award")
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A 12 week consultation period has now opened for changes to court sentencing guidelines within the Magistrates' Court.
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On 7 January 2020, the EU Medical Device Coordination Group published new guidance to help manufacturers fulfil all relevant cybersecurity requirements in Annex..
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This year, 2020, is essentially 'Year Zero' for electric vehicles (EVs) in Europe and many expect to see a rapid increase in EV production from here on in.
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Clyde & Co has successfully defended a claim on behalf of a fairground owner, which resulted from the unsafe manoeuvring of a HGV severely injuring the Claimant..
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In this edition of the UK Enforcement newsletter we provide an update on recent anti-corruption, fraud and bribery developments in the UK and Europe.
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Employers should take note of new guidance from the Equalities and Human Rights Commission covering sexual harassment and other forms of harassment at work.
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On 6 December 2019, the Witness Evidence Working Group published its final report in relation to reforming the current practice of witness evidence.
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The interest in pay inequality between men and women shows no signs of waning in 2020. In January, an Employment Tribunal upheld a female TV presenter's equal..
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We are pleased to share the third episode in our Construction Arbitration podcast series, in which we discuss the importance of documents and factual witnesses..
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Our annual European Employment Law Update helps organisations with a pan-European presence keep up-to-date with imminent...
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On 17 December 2019, the FCA published its 26th Primary Market Bulletin in which it noted that it was in the process of updating a number of the technical and..
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On 4 December 2019, the Risk Coalition—an association of not-for-profit professional bodies and membership organisations committed to raising the standards of..
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A new year brings new pressures for landowners of high-rise residential buildings which contain ACM and other unsafe cladding.
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Remaining member states still have until 12 June 2021 to implement the Directive into national laws.
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You may be a British expat with a UK based pension, or a foreign national with a UK pension that you acquired during a period of employment in England.
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London dispute between Gulf state and airline owner Farhad Azima hears evidence of unlawful detention.
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Report to land on ministers' desks next month revealing how well estate agents are doing on transparency.
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Challenger says select committees should not be 'dry think tanks serving the interest of their chairman'.
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District judge says solicitors must ensure clients are given sufficient information in invoice.
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Report to land on ministers' desks next month revealing how well estate agents are doing on transparency.
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The Dutch Supreme Court (the Court) has recently affirmed a decision of the District Court to issue an order directing the State of the Netherlands to reduce..
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In a recent Public Procurement Podcast Tim Briggs, Partner (Competition, Regulation & Trade) and Adrian Brown (Of Counsel, Competition, Regulation & Trade) ...
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The third episode of Regulation in Focus, our podcast series of short, sharp insights into regulatory issues that matter to you, ...
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A report by the leader of the Western Circuit reveals a ‘chaotic situation on the ground’ as delays increase.
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Deputy master finds funding agreement was in breach of indemnity principle and thus unenforceable.
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We are very proud to announce that Simon Chapman, Head of Greater China Disputes, is to be appointed Queen's Counsel.
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Landlords who have acquired commercial property freeholds and intend to serve notices to terminate tenants' leases should be careful about the timing of the..
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With Britain set to leave the European Union on 31 January 2020, thoughts inevitably turn to what lies ahead. A key question for those working in HR is what will..
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With the Conservative Party having won a definitive majority in the December 2019 general election, and the EU Withdrawal Bill having been passed by the UK..
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The UK General Election at the end of 2019 resulted in a substantial majority for Boris Johnson and the Conservative party.
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Doorstep Dispensaree Ltd, a London-based pharmacy that supplies medicine to care homes, is the first organisation in the UK to be issued with a fine since the..
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The UK Government has been scrutinising the taxation of residential property, which has become increasingly onerous over the last few years.
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This January, the UK ratified new legislation that introduced, largely without modification, the EU's Fifth Money Laundering Directive, which imposes new..
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Prior to discussing the recent legal developments in the field of medical cannabis, it is important to distinguish between medical cannabis and EU-approved..
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World Athletics (formerly known as the IAAF) are, apparently, on the verge of a dramatic U-turn that would ban athletes from wearing Nike's Vaporfly 4% / ZoomX..
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DLA Piper is working with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution, and a core task force of collaborators, to establish a mediation facility to support the..
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In their January 16, 2020, letter to senior management of certain regulated institutions, the Bank of England Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the UK..
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Kirath Bharya, an associate from our Energy and Regulated Industries team, recently contributed to a LexisNexis' article that discusses Ofgem's recent decision..
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The UK Information Commissioner's Office has published a draft Code of Practice on Direct Marketing, which is now out for consultation. Here we discuss the..
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In the recent case of Peepul Capital Fund II LLC v VSoft Holdings LLC [2019] UKPC 47, handed down on 19 December 2019 and available here
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On 31 January 2020, the UK will formally leave the European Union, after over 40 years of membership.
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This article was initially published by Bisnow on January 22, 2020 and features commentary from Withers' Reaz Jafri.
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David Rundle publishes "Avoid shades of grey: Anti-money laundering regulation comes to the art market". This article was first published by TheWealthNet on 20..
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Many assets create vast amounts of useful data simply by operating. Harnessing and utilising this data could benefit businesses ranging from asset-producers..
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