On 20 July 2020, it was announced that the UK had made its final preparation to withdraw from the Unified Patent Court project.
In this episode, Beth Brown summarises the Pensions Regulator's interim regime in respect of defined benefit superfunds.
Senior Consultant to our Fund Services team, Melville Rodrigues explains how UK fund boards should pre-empt the FCA needing to impose further mandatory reforms.*
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
On 13 July 2020, the UK Home Office published further details on the UK's points-based system through a detailed policy statement...
Addison Lee drivers could be entitled to an average of £10,000 each in compensation in the claim for worker status. Here, Liana Wood, a solicitor representing the drivers, ...
Beale & Co
The Law Society has recognised the current pandemic and social distancing rules has increased the need for solicitors and clients to be able to close deals without being face to face.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
2020 has been a tumultuous year for professional sport and in particular for Rugby Union. Earlier this year, Premiership Rugby's ("PRL") salary cap regulations (the "Regulations") ...
Clyde & Co
Clyde & Co is pleased to present Section 4 of the Looking Glass Report 2020, in collaboration with professional member network Winmark.
Mrs Justice Lieven gave the go ahead for the review, saying that TAN's case that Mr Shapps had not properly considered the impact of the multi-billion pound roads-building...
Demurrage time-bar clauses often cause problems for unsuspecting shipowners who have otherwise valid demurrage claims.
A survivor of childhood abuse at an Islington children's home has won her claim against Islington Council and will receive compensation.
Mr Graham was found having starved to death aged 57 on 20 June 2018 in his flat. His Employment Support Allowance and Housing Benefit...
More than 300 severely disabled people have issued a claim in the High Court for lost income under the universal credit system.
Catriona Rubens discusses how The Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse has missed the opportunity to investigate child sexual abuse in sport.
The Medicines and Healthcare Regulation Authority (MHRA), the UK regulator of medicines and medical devices, has issued a Medical Device Alert (MDA) about USS II Polyaxial Heads.
The ill-fated vessel "Atlantik Confidence" caught fire and sank in 2013.
The current pandemic emphasises just how unforeseen events can interfere with contractual arrangements, particularly longterm ones.
In recent years climate change and sustainability issues have frequently been in the media and this is unlikely to change any time soon.
The COVID-19 lockdown has not dented the European Union's ambitions to put an end to intra-EU bilateral Investment treaties...
Clyde & Co
A landmark data protection case in Europe last month has the potential to impact how personal data flows from the EU to the Middle East.