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Brexit – Partial Reprieve For Free Movement
Last week the UK Government stepped back from its position that free movement would end at the stroke of 11pm on 31 October 2019 and published a policy paper on immigration for EEA
UK
12 Sep 2019
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Brexit And EEA Citizens – How To Stay In The UK
The EU Settlement Scheme is open to EU nationals and their family members living in the UK before 31 October 2019, the current date set for Brexit.
UK
23 Aug 2019
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Brexit - 31 October 2019 Free Movement At A Cliff Edge.
Home Secretary Priti Patel intends to by-pass Parliament to end free movement for EEA and Swiss citizens from 31 October 2019, as reported in the UK media.
UK
22 Aug 2019
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USA: la recente sentenza della Corte Suprema può cambiare il mercato del vino americano?
Negli Stati Uniti, tra gli operatori del mondo degli alcolici da giorni non si fa altro che discutere della recente sentenza della Corte Suprema nel caso Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Russel Thomas...
United States
8 Aug 2019
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Global Tax Transparency And The Nonprofit Sector
Global tax transparency is a pretty easy idea to get behind; in societies with a functioning tax authority, it should be unlawful for a taxpayer to squirrel assets away from proper scrutiny.
United States
2 Aug 2019
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Being Strategic – How To Be 'Brexit Ready' In Divorce And Family Law
There remains lots of uncertainty surrounding Brexit. Will the UK leave without a deal? If there is a deal, what will it look like, when will it come and will there then be a further referendum
UK
25 Jul 2019
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EEA Citizens: Do Your Children Have The Right To British Citizenship Without You Knowing It?
It is a little known fact that children who were born in the UK to a parent from a country in the European Economic Area (EEA) may have an automatic right to British citizenship.
UK
17 Jul 2019
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LGBTQ+ Marriage Or Civil Partnership In The UK?
The decision to enter into a lifelong commitment with your partner is an incredibly special moment and a cause for huge celebration.
UK
15 Jul 2019
9
Tick Tock: Regulations On The Import Of Non-EU-Cultural Goods Are Now In Effect. How Will This Affect The International Art Market?
As anticipated in our article published on 19 February 2019, the Regulation on the import of cultural goods was formally adopted by the European Parliament and European Council on 17 April 2019.
UK
9 Jul 2019
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EEA Citizens: Moving To The UK But Worried About Brexit?
Now is time for EEA citizens to get their foot in the door before the UK leaves the EU. There are different ways to establish a presence in the UK that will protect your freedom of movement
UK
21 Jun 2019
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LGBTQ+ And Having Children In The UK
Bringing children into your family is an utterly rewarding yet thoroughly serious undertaking. Whether it's through IVF
UK
20 Jun 2019
12
With Brexit, Now Is The Time To Consider Whether You Should Move Your Art
As we approach several upcoming European art fairs and events such as Art Basel in Switzerland and Frieze London, artists, investors, galleries, dealers and shippers are moving art.
UK
18 Jun 2019
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EEA Citizens: Act While You Have A Choice
If you are an EEA citizen there are different ways to secure your right to live and work here. You must act before 31 December 2020, but for now you do have a choice.
UK
17 Jun 2019
14
The IICSA Considers Mandatory Reporting Of Child Sexual Abuse
The IICSA was established in 2014 to investigate how institutions, across society and including charities, have failed and continue to fail in protecting children from sexual abuse.
UK
13 Jun 2019
15
Tax & Brexit For EU And UK Businesses
Although the original Brexit date has now been and gone, the impact of Brexit from a tax perspective is still relatively uncertain.
European Union
28 May 2019
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Women, Snooker Leagues And The Equality Act
On 26 March this year, Rebecca Kenna (ranked 3rd in the world of women's snooker), announced she had quit playing in her local snooker league last year.
UK
11 Apr 2019
17
Charities, Free Speech & Hosting Speakers
In February the Equality and Human Rights Commission (‘EHRC') published significant new guidance on freedom of expression issues for universities and student unions hosting students.
UK
22 Mar 2019
18
Freedom Of Information Reform – How Could It Affect The Charity Sector?
In January the Information Commissioner's Office (‘ICO') laid a report before Parliament on its proposals for improving and updating freedom of information law in the UK
UK
22 Mar 2019
19
Brexit Uncertainty: How Not To Take It Out On Your Staff
Just as the word Brexit, which didn't exist three years ago, is now one of the most used in the English language (at least in newspaper columns and social media), so the legal, political and economic uncertainties ...
UK
20 Mar 2019
20
Business And Brexit: EU Summit Approval – Does Anything Change In Practice?
On 25 November 2018, both the draft Withdrawal Agreement and the non-binding Political Declaration on future EU-UK relations were endorsed by EU27 leaders at an EU summit in Brussels.
European Union
3 Jan 2019
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