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Marks & Clerk
My interest in law in general stems from childhood discussions with my mother, who worked as a conveyancing paralegal. However, it was during the honours year of my biotechnology degree...
Lewis Silkin
Welcome to the August 2022 edition of our Digest, covering legal and regulatory developments from the last few weeks relevant to advertising, marketing and brand-owning businesses.
W Legal
A recent Supreme Court Judgment has answered the long-awaited question about how the holiday pay for part-year workers should be calculated.
Lanyon Bowdler
From 1 June 2022, almost every medical practice in England will no longer take prescription orders over the telephone.
Lanyon Bowdler
Diversification can lead to new sources of income, and may also be an attractive business project for younger generations of farming families looking for long-term financial stability.
Lanyon Bowdler
Working in the Court of Protection department I regularly interact with clients who lack capacity to manage their property and affairs, or other aspects of their daily life.
Lanyon Bowdler
Scarcely a week goes by when a solicitor has clients unaffected by the impact on the courts and public services regarding cuts and COVID-19.
Arnold & Porter
On 20 July, the UK government prohibited for the first time a transaction under the new National Security and Investment Act 2021 ("NSIA").
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Continuing on from our previous commentary on the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act (the ‘Act'), the new Register of Overseas Entities introduced by the Act...
Murray Beith Murray
When someone dies, there can be an expectation amongst family members that they will automatically receive a share in the estate. Regrettably, that is not always the case.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The creation ("minting") and sale and use of NFTs raises many IP issues which we have discussed in our previous posts in our IP in NFTs series.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Summer 2022 has been an incredible season for women's sport. In the UK, the English women's football team won the UEFA Women's Euros and there has been a brilliant run of British winners at the Commonwealth Games...
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 21 July 2022 the Bank of England (BoE), the PRA and the FCA (collectively, the regulators) published Discussion Paper 22/3 – Operational resilience: Critical third parties to the UK financial sector (DP22/3).
Herbert Smith Freehills
We have just released our monthly update podcast, in which we discuss and debate the key recent judgments likely to be of interest to financial institutions.
Forsters
A significant number of property purchases continue to be undertaken as corporate transactions, with the buyer acquiring the shares in the target company (Target) which owns the...
Forsters
It is now finally accepted that there is no such thing as a "typical" family. Families comprised of step-children, half-siblings and non-biological parents – so-called "blended" families – are the ...
Forsters
Buying a vineyard or a winery involves acquiring a bundle of assets. Land is at the heart of the transaction, but you may also be buying crops, buildings, subsidies, goodwill, and...
Forsters
Any individual fortunate enough to have generated wealth, or to have been a custodian of family wealth, during their lifetime should plan for how it will be dealt with after their death.
Marks & Clerk
Having worked in the photonics industry before joining the patent profession, I have some appreciation of the long-standing challenges associated with the manufacture of photonic integrated circuits (PICs) ...
Forsters
Earlier this year, we wrote about the government's consultation requesting views on whether foreign-incorporated companies
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