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Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP
Further to our Clients and Friends Memorandum of 22 April 2020, on 18 May 2020 the European Securities and Markets Authority ("ESMA") issued a press release on the non-renewal...
Withers LLP
Few would argue against it being easier to place an economy in lockdown during a pandemic than to enable it to emerge from lockdown safely. It is clear to most people that any changes will need to be gradual.
Wrigleys Solicitors
Our CLH team held a virtual social in May, the theme of which was what the future holds for the sector, in the aftermath of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Withers LLP
The much anticipated Home Office guidance pertaining to visa holders in the UK whose visas expire after 31 May 2020 has been published today.
Kirkland & Ellis International LLP
In the first Court of Appeal case on the UK's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme ("the Scheme"), the court held that Debenhams' joint administrators would be taken to adopt furloughed employees'...
Cooley LLP
On May 20, 2020, the European Securities and Markets Authority issued a public statement on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the half-yearly financials of listed issuers.
Mayer Brown
The rapid onset of COVID-19 in the UK and its financial implications have led to a number of policy commitments by the Government to support business.
Withers LLP
On 18 May 2020, the UK Government announced final details of its Future Fund scheme to support high-growth companies in the UK. The terms of the scheme are broadly in line with the initial headline terms...
Withers LLP
This wasn't the plan. I think we can all agree that this was not the way 2020 was supposed to unfold. ‘2020' – it sounded perfect – futuristic.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
We have previously drawn attention to the Scottish Law Commission's proposed reforms to the law of moveable transactions.
Marks & Clerk
In our second podcast, Mike Gilbert, Tom Taylor, Imogen Kelso and Jonathan Solomon share their experiences, discussing key client concerns and how they overcame the technological and logistical perils to achieve success.
Withers LLP
Temporary relief has been extended to non-performing parties under certain contracts for the sale, purchase and lease of residential properties in Singapore.
Clyde & Co
In light of the pandemic, businesses up and down the country have been forced to reconsider ways in which customer service is being delivered on a local and global scale alike, whilst adhering to...
Proskauer Rose LLP
Given the current impact of COVID-19 on the financial services industry, please tune in to our podcast discussion on the key considerations that businesses should ...
Mayer Brown
The Pensions Regulator ("tPR") has published its Annual Funding Statement 2020 ("Statement"). The Statement is especially relevant to pension schemes with a valuation date between...
Clyde & Co
The whole country is waiting for lockdown to be relaxed and to better understand what our "new normal" will look like.
Clyde & Co
The UK Government has provided designers and manufacturers with protection from product liability claims which arise from new ventilators.
Withers LLP
At a time when across the globe, unprecedented research efforts are being deployed to battle COVID-19, Cambridge finds itself at the forefront, alongside other leading universities and research institutes.
Withers LLP
In Part 1 of our coronavirus checklist for U.S. businesses, we listed certain important practical steps and issues for businesses as they attempt to navigate through...
Clyde & Co
Certain diseases considered to be occupational in nature are prescribed by law, meaning the sufferer is entitled to payment of benefits. It is the responsibility of the Industrial Injuries Advisory Council (IIAC)...
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