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Insurance M&A Activity In The Americas Continues To Rise In H1 2018, Overtaking Previous Six Months
Our Insurance Growth Report mid-year update explores the drivers of insurance M&A globally in the first half of 2018. Here, we take a look at activity in the Americas, and what the key drivers
UK
17 Aug 2018
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Providing For Concurrent Delay: Contract Provision Trumps Common Law Principle
In North Midland Building Ltd v Cyden Homes Ltd, the Court of Appeal held that an express contractual term allowing an employer to levy liquidated damages for periods of concurrent delay
UK
17 Aug 2018
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(Re)insurance Weekly Update 28- 2018
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law
UK
17 Aug 2018
4
Government Launches Consultation On Society Lottery Reform
Followings calls from within the sector, the Government has launched a consultation on increasing the amounts society lotteries can raise for good causes
UK
17 Aug 2018
5
A Large Proportion Of The Value Of Your Company Could Be Your Intellectual Property – But Is It Protected?
You intellectual property (IP) can be protected through a variety of types of intellectual property rights (IPRs), each of which has different advantages for your business.
UK
17 Aug 2018
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Tories In Hot Water With Love Island Water Bottle Giveaway
The Conservative Party made national news last week when they offered people the chance to win reusable water bottles in the style of those used by contestants on the ITV2 dating reality show Love Island.
UK
17 Aug 2018
7
Competition Law & Director Disqualification: Proposed Changes To The Current UK Guidance
The UK's Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") is consulting on proposed revisions to its current guidance on director disqualification in competition law cases (the "Current Guidance").
UK
17 Aug 2018
8
How Taxpayers Are Taking To Tax Reform So Far
Less than a year after the most significant U.S. tax reform legislation since 1986 was signed into law, it is still too early to predict the long-term effects.
UK
17 Aug 2018
9
Beware Geeks Bearing Gifts – Why Sports' Rights Holders Need To Think Carefully Before Moving Away From ‘Traditional' Broadcasters
Two significant events this week raised eyebrows in the lucrative world of live sports broadcasting.
UK
17 Aug 2018
10
Change Is Coming On Agricultural Strategy
There has never been a more opportune time to discuss the future agricultural strategy for Scotland.
UK
17 Aug 2018
11
Announcing The Global Financial Innovation Network
On 7 August, 2018, the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced that it has, in collaboration with 11 other financial regulators and related organisations ...
UK
17 Aug 2018
12
Maintenance Post-Divorce – What Am I Entitled To?
A recent decision from the Supreme Court has sparked debate on the practice of English Courts awarding indefinite maintenance to spouses on divorce.
UK
17 Aug 2018
13
Pension Transfers – Ombudsman Comments On Trustee Duties
The Pensions Ombudsman has decided that a scheme administrator's failure to send the Pensions Regulator's pension fraud warning leaflet to a member requesting a transfer, and to carry out due diligence checks on...
UK
16 Aug 2018
14
Gambling Commission's First Enforcement Report: A Move Towards More Tangible Guidance For Operators?
The UK Gambling Commission takes a risk-based approach to regulation, focusing its resources on the issues that potentially present the greatest risk to the Commission's licensing objectives.
UK
16 Aug 2018
15
(Re)Insurance Weekly Update 27- 2018
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law
UK
16 Aug 2018
16
Woman And Equalities Committee Report Calls For A More Proactive Approach To Dealing With Sexual Harassment In The Workplace
The Women and Equalities Committee has published the results of its six-month long inquiry into sexual harassment in the workplace.
UK
16 Aug 2018
17
Employers: Do You Need A More Flexible Approach To Agile Working?
We've moved. Only two doors down along Old Bailey, but a world of difference
UK
16 Aug 2018
18
A Right To Refer A Dispute To Adjudication At Any Time – Unless You're In Liquidation
The Construction Act 1996 gives a party to a construction contract the right to refer a dispute to adjudication "at any time"; however a recent TCC decision in England has held that this right
UK
16 Aug 2018
19
Financial Services Legislation Under The EU (Withdrawal) Act: Safely Onshored?
As negotiations between the EU and the UK continue after the publication of the UK's White Paper containing proposals for the future UK-EU relationship, the UK Government is preparing for Brexit.
UK
16 Aug 2018
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What Price Biotech Innovation?
These must, of course, plot a path through their own complex regulatory and ethical landscapes.
European Union
16 Aug 2018
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