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Proskauer Rose LLP
On 25 November 2021, the European Commission (the "Commission") published a legislative proposal with targeted amendments to Directive 2011/61/EU ("the "AIFMD")...
The start of the ski season is imminent and for many tour operators this will be the first time they are sending staff to work in Europe since the end of the transition period.
This month's CLIP is a column by Andrew C. Finch & Stefan Geirhofer entitled ‘Features of Procompetitive Collaborations in the Life Sciences' which considers the potential antitrust risk...
Mayer Brown
The UK Government published its national AI Strategy last month which highlighted its intention to make the UK an AI powerhouse.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
When starting a business, you make a huge number of decisions, on everything from office location to company branding. With so many things to think about, founders and business leaders might overlook...
The term "Metaverse" has rocketed from obscurity to the top of newsfeeds around the world in recent weeks.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL's Shaul Brazil and Tom McNeill examine the SFO's approach to cooperating suspects.
It has been confirmed that the COVID-19 vaccination will become compulsory for staff that care for the elderly and vulnerable.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
In a recent article, Sir Stephen Laws condemns the Supreme Court's 2019 prorogation decision in the strident terms of a political polemic rather than those more usually applied to legal debate.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
On 9 November 2021, the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Bill (the Bill) was introduced to Parliament.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Every year, Resolution, which is a community of around 6,500 family justice professionals, holds a Good Divorce Week.
It is highly likely certain UK-wide driving laws will be changed in the near future including legislation concerning dangerous driving and careless driving.
Mayer Brown
Banking & Finance partner Ash McDermott authored a chapter titled ‘The Export Finance Buyer Credit Facility Agreement' in the LMA's sixth book, marking its 25th anniversary...
Mayer Brown
In light of the marked increase in activity in the outer space sector, particularly by private players, this article examines whether the associated disputes arising in this sphere are adequately...
Mayer Brown
In this episode, Beth talks about the final regulations setting out the new conditions that need to be met in order for a statutory transfer to proceed.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Harriet is an associate in the property litigation department. She assists businesses and individuals in managing and resolving disputes in relation to commercial and residential properties...
Berg Kaprow Lewis
Using your private company to make charitable donations can be sensible and tax-efficient: donations are simply deducted in arriving at taxable profit, circumventing the administrative...
lus Laboris
New UK rules to combat pension fraud that took effect on 30 November 2021 will restrict transfer rights for occupational and personal pension schemes.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
When can the First Tier Immigration Tribunal hear oral evidence from abroad? When the foreign state, from where oral evidence is to be taken, says so.
Marks & Clerk
For a fitness-based business, Peloton seems to be quite active in the US patent courts right now. Success will always attract unwanted attention I guess.
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