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Mayer Brown
On November 17, 2021, the European Commission ("Commission") published a proposal that seeks to prohibit placing or making available on the European Union ("EU")...
Collas Crill
Money laundering challenges for cannabis businesses - what do cannabis businesses need to know when it comes to off-shore dealings and the risk of prosecution for proceeds of crime?
Jersey First for Finance has recently published a guide entitled ‘Jersey's relationship with India: Political, Commercial and Cultural Connections'.
Marks & Clerk
The sixth edition of the University of Cambridge Impulse Programme has recently been announced, and the focus will be on deep tech.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
In November 2018, three months after admission, Sensyne Health plc (the "Company") resolved to award one-off cash bonuses to its CEO and CFO.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
As your business develops, consider whether contracts should be put in place, and if so whether as employees or contractors.
Penningtons Manches Cooper
The first part of this test is somewhat less controversial as the recognised descriptions of charitable purpose are set out within the Charities Act 2011.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
An extract from the Lightbulb Sessions with Guy Wilmot, in conjunction with the Great British Entrepreneurs Awards of which Russell-Cooke is currently a sponsor.
Berg Kaprow Lewis
R&D tax credits provide valuable support to businesses undertaking cutting edge projects. The main regime for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) provides a super-deduction...
Penningtons Manches Cooper
In November last year we considered the opportunities and challenges posed by environmental, social and governance matters for registered providers of social housing.
Withers LLP
In 2019, the Charity Commission launched an inquiry into the Retreat Animal Rescue. This followed the charity being placed in a class inquiry due to failures to file financial information on time.
Mayer Brown
In this second episode of Season 2, we were delighted to speak to Paul Edwards, Head of Legal and Chair of the Pride Alliance network at FTSE 100 company British Land.
Withers LLP
On 27 October, the Autumn statement and three-year spending review plans were announced by the UK's Chancellor.
Withers LLP
The Charity Commission has published the results of a survey into the impact of COVID-19 on charities.
Withers LLP
As part of the series of '5-minute guides' aimed at charity trustees, the Charity Commission has published a new Safeguarding guide.
Withers LLP
On 3 June 2016 the Charity Commission launched an inquiry into Manor Building Preservation Trust Limited. The inquiry unearthed serious misapplication of funds and conflicts of interest by the charity's trustees.
Withers LLP
The Charity Commission opened a regulatory case into the activity of The Runnymede Trust, after having received complaints about the charity's response to the report by the ‘Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities' (CRED).
Fenwick Elliott LLP
An implied term is a contractual term which has not been recorded in the written provisions of a contract, because it has not been expressly agreed.
Dixcart Group Limited
Whether you are an overseas business looking to expand into the UK, or already in the UK with plans for an exciting new busines, your time is valuable.
The recent announcement of Hambro Perks Acquisition Company Limited's IPO on the London Stock Exchange signifies the first special purpose acquisition company to list on the LSE since the changes to the Listing Rules, ...
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