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'IP & data protection for alternative proteins: how to protect your products in the EU' webinar will be held on Tuesday 18th May.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Howard Morris and Jai Mudhar authored an article for Recovery, covering the UK's restructuring and insolvency regime now that the UK is no longer in the direct sphere of influence of the...
Marks & Clerk
As days get longer and brighter, we are finally starting to see light at the end of the tunnel one year after the global pandemic hit the UK.
Marks & Clerk
Home delivery or collection meals have been a lockdown treat for many. Curries in particular are a popular delicacy and Scotland has a well-deserved reputation for top class curry houses serving...
Marks & Clerk
Just as soon as we have welcomed in the New Year, there is a collective groan from the majority as the supermarkets start filling up with Easter eggs.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
Welcome to the latest edition of RPC's Tax Bites - providing monthly bite-sized updates from the tax world.
With all the talk of Covid-19 "vaccine passports" or "certification schemes" recently, the Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, has sought to reassure the public that data protection laws...
Walker Morris
As non-essential retail and other businesses start to open up from today, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) continues to update its advice and guidance on returning safely to the workplace.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Last year saw a record amount lost by UK consumers to online fraud.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Under English law, charterers' obligation to pay hire as it falls due is absolute but the right to withdraw a vessel in case of default in charterers' obligation to pay does not arise automatically.
In Brexit news this week, we report on the European Data Protection Board's Opinions on the Commission's draft UK adequacy decision, in which the EDPB acknowledges the convergence between EU and UK data protection laws, ...
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP
As many will be aware, there is a challenge to the legality of videoconference Oral Proceedings pending at the EPO's Enlarged Board of Appeal (G 1/21).
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
This is the third article in our series following the decision in ABN Amro Bank N.V. v Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance plc and 13 Underwriters and Edge Brokers (London) Limited, in which RPC acted for Edge.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
On 10 March 2021 the Government announced that existing protections for tenants on non-payment of rent and against landlords' use of forfeiture and CRAR (the ability to sell a tenant's ...
Mayer Brown
In 2020 and early 2021, we witnessed the publication of revised arbitration and mediation rules by a number of well-known arbitral institutions, including the LCIA, the DIFC-LCIA and the ICC.
Don't neglect your share scheme annual reporting duties. All companies operating an employee share scheme or arrangement must comply with their obligation to file an annual return for the 2020/2021...
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
The backlog of criminal cases (especially for those relating to fraud) has increased considerably. It is reaching worrying levels resulting in administrative difficulties and substantial cost...
K2 Integrity
The Financial Conduct Authority's (FCA's) inaugural use of its criminal money laundering powers under Regulation 45 of the UK Money Laundering Regulations 2007 (MLR) against NatWest is viewed...
Withers & Rogers
A recent judgement relating to software patents has put to rest earlier concerns about the law being of an Orwellian nature similar to…
Goodman Derrick LLP
The domestic reverse charge comes into effect on 1 March – here's what you need to do.
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