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Mayer Brown
The European Commission has committed to tabling an EU-wide human rights due diligence law by June 2021.
BLM
Many will have breathed a sigh a relief that the British government was able to reach a deal with the EU on Christmas Eve 2020 after months of negotiations.
IndusLaw
In a tightly-contested referendum on June 23, 2016, a narrow majority of the United Kingdom ("UK") electorate voted for the UK to leave the European Union ("EU")
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Mayer Brown
Towards the end of 2020, the World Bank Group (WBG) debarred Berky GmbH, a German engineering company, and Aktor Technical Société Anonyme...
Blaser Mills
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) recently announced a new ‘Right to Regenerate' ...
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Brexit finally became a reality on 31 December 2020, as the UK reached the end of the agreed Transition Period after the UK's departure from the EU.
BCL Solicitors LLP
The cost of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) compliance, in terms of time spent by solicitors and other staff, is, by now, well known to most law firms.
Acuity Law
"State Aid" has been the bane of many publicly funded or supported projects for many years, and indeed it proved a major stumbling block for the deal between the UK and the EU
Mayer Brown
The NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business published a report in January 2021 finding that US corporate Boards suffer from inadequate expertise in financially material ESG matters such as human...
Acuity Law
The National Security and Investment Bill (the Bill) is shortly due to receive Royal Assent.
Taylor Vinters
The Government has today produced a policy paper setting out its proposals to protect academic freedom and free speech in UK universities.
Matheson
On 11 November 2020, the UK Government introduced the National Security and Investment Bill (NSI Bill) to Parliament.
Taylor Vinters
The Human Rights Act 1998 plays a vital role in protecting academic freedom of speech in the UK.
Mayer Brown
In this update we discuss the key legal and practical changes faced by UK/EU suppliers competing for regulated contracts after the end of the Brexit transition period.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partner John Binns' article ‘Money-Laundering: Who bears the burden and how would it work?' has been published by Inside Conveyancing.
Walker Morris
As the UK looks to its post-Brexit future, the government is consulting until 10 March 2021 on transforming public procurement.
BCL Solicitors LLP
At the eleventh hour, the European Union and the United Kingdom have signed an agreement that, among other things, continues cooperation on financial crime.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Welcome to the 2021 edition of In Principle. As with recent years, Brexit has been a significant feature to this year's legal developments, with the U.K. securing a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU on December 24, 2020, ...
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Duane Morris LLP
Cairn Energy's dispute with the Indian Government has made headlines across the globe.
Mayer Brown
All companies have a responsibility to respect human rights.
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