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Cooley LLP
The European Commission is holding a consultation on proposed amendments to the EU's General Product Safety Directive.
Rollits LLP
It is useful for trustees of land holding charities to be aware of when they have power to dispose of the charity's land.
Rollits LLP
Many charities have had to adapt the delivery of their purposes in view of the Covid-19 restrictions - particularly those that help vulnerable people.
Rollits LLP
In my previous article upon the Coronavirus Act 2020, I discussed the newly introduced restrictions on the ability of landlords to recover possession of rented and commercial properties.
Rollits LLP
In my previous articles issued on 1 April 2020 and 7 April 2020 I discussed the impact that the Coronavirus had had on Winding Up Hearings, and how the Court was embracing and utilizing...
Rollits LLP
In a recent High Court case, the High Court refused to grant permission to pursue charity proceedings and stayed the claim to enable the parties to engage in mediation.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
On 30 June 2020, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced proposals designed to provide breathing room to solo-regulated firms (meaning those governed solely by the FCA) in...
Rollits LLP
On 16 October 2019 a developer was fined £300,000 after deliberately removing a 176 year-old giant redwood tree, in addition to 69 other protected trees, in Swansea and on 31 December 2019...
Rollits LLP
On 15 April the Government issued its fourth guidance update on its Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS).
Rollits LLP
Covid-19 has forced the Government to take steps to ensure that people are confined to the safety of their own home and that they only leave the house for a limited number of specified reasons...
Rollits LLP
As the new tax year has arrived, there is some good tax news amongst all the chaos and stress of Covid-19.
Rollits LLP
The HMRC portal to reclaim staff salaries under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme went live yesterday, 20 April 2020, 10 days ahead of schedule.
Gowling WLG
James Hall reviews confidentiality obligations for employees and ex-employees including a review of a recent high court case looking at a confidentiality clause within a COT3.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The landscape of environmental regulation is changing for aviation operators, due to a powerful combination of global pressures to reduce emissions for one of the transportation sectors with the...
Anthony Gold
Why does my solicitor want to see my past medical history?Why does my Solicitor...
Clyde & Co
The government has now published further details about the new flexible furlough scheme under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme which will run from 1 July until 31 October 2020, when the...
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act (the "Act") received Royal Assent on 25 June 2020 and is now in force.
Clyde & Co
The number of excess deaths which have occurred in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic run into many thousands; this includes patients, care home residents, visitors and employees.
Giambrone & Partners
An inevitable consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is the torrent of disputes arising from the various disruptions caused by the lockdown. Businesses seek to recoup their losses ...
Walker Morris
Along with other unprecedented measures to protect the public and the economy, the UK government announced on 23 March 2020 that commercial landlords are to be precluded...
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