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Australian Government Seizes Its Moment In Union Reform Proposals
The Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Amendment (Ensuring Integrity) Bill 2019 introduced to the House of Representatives on 4 July
15 Aug 2019
Practical Steps For UK Businesses In Preparing For A No Deal Brexit
Prime Minister Boris Johnson promises that the UK will leave the EU on 31 October with "no ifs or buts".
6 Aug 2019
Prepare For A No Deal Brexit Or Prepare To Fail? Practical Steps For UK Businesses
Prime Minister Boris Johnson promises that the UK will leave the EU on 31 October with "no ifs or buts". With three months left until
European Union
6 Aug 2019
Brexit – Here We Go Again
The new Prime Minister of the UK, Boris Johnson, has taken up office following his decisive (66% : 34%) victory in the contest among Conservative Party
European Union
31 Jul 2019
Risqué Business: US Supreme Court Opens Trademark Registry To "Immoral Or Scandalous" Trademarks
On June 24, 2019, the US Supreme Court invalidated the Lanham Act's ban on registering "immoral or scandalous" trademarks
United States
25 Jul 2019
Brexit Insight From The EU-27: Poland
UK financial market entities in Poland – A Polish Brexit bill, passed on 15 March 2019, provides a transition period for the business operations of UK financial market ...
European Union
28 May 2019
Brexit Insight From The EU-27: Germany
German legislators have adopted a number of Acts of Parliament in relation to Brexit both on the federal level and on the level of the 16 German states.
22 May 2019
Brexit Insight From The EU-27: France
The French Parliament authorised the government to take measures – known as orders (ordonnance) – which should otherwise be taken pursuant to law, in order to map out the consequences
16 May 2019
Brexit Insight From The EU-27: Czech Republic
The Czech government adopted the Act No. 74/2019 Coll., which aims to soften the possible negative consequences of a "no-deal" Brexit.
10 May 2019
A Glimpse Of The Mood In UK Politics
The mood in the Conservative Party is bleak. Many of the political challenges with Brexit can be traced back to the 2017 election.
10 May 2019
Brexit Proof Your Holiday
For those already making European holiday plans for summer 2019, or for those hesitantly waiting to see the results of ‘B' day on 29 March there are still questions about what might happen to travel plans after this date.
22 Feb 2019
Brexit Date 29 March 2019: Countdown For Shipping Goods From The UK And To The UK From Asia, Americas And Africa
Brexit is scheduled to Brexit Clockbecome effective at the end of 29 March 2019 and will take place either with a Withdrawal Agreement or without one having been entered into between the UK and the EU-27.
20 Feb 2019
January 2019 Update: Key Developments In UK And EU Environment, Safety And Health Law, Procedure And Policy
An Environment Agency proposal to revise its public participation statement for environmental permitting
European Union
18 Feb 2019
Trade Talks: The UK's Trade Relationship With Its Key International Partners Post-Brexit
Over the last 12 months Squire Patton Boggs have been involved in video interviews and roundtable meetings with experts from our global network of business leaders ...
European Union
18 Feb 2019
Brexit: Where Do We Stand At The End Of January?
The UK is scheduled to leave the EU on March 29, 2019. At this time, however, the UK has failed to ratify a Withdrawal Agreement ...
European Union
18 Feb 2019
Restricting Trading Restrictions: The Geo-Blocking Regulation
In early December 2018, the Geo-Blocking Regulation 2018/302 (the Regulation) came into force across the EU ...
European Union
13 Feb 2019
Bill Creating Council To Address Threats To Supply Chain Security Passed In The Senate
On December 18, 2018, the Senate unanimously passed a bill which would create a council responsible for addressing federal supply chain security.
11 Feb 2019
Is Your Business Prepared For "No Deal"?
With continuing uncertainty, there is still a lack of clarity on what the final Brexit arrangements will look like.
7 Feb 2019
The Biggest Workplace Issue In 2019 Will Be Getting People With The Right Skills, Says Recent Poll
Recruiting high-calibre staff topped the list of anticipated challenges for employers in a newly released YouGov survey of 2,035 employees commissioned by Acas.
31 Jan 2019
Brexit – Where Are We Now?
Over the period since the rejection of the Withdrawal Agreement, the Prime Minister's tactic has been to try to bring the pro-Brexit wing of the Conservative Party, and the Northern Ireland Democratic Unionists, back on side.
31 Jan 2019
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