Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
The UK Government has announced a revised timetable for the introduction of border controls and checks for goods arriving from the EU, just two weeks ahead of the expected introduction of new rules for imports.
Taft Stettinius & Hollister
It is the end of an era: September 27, 2021, officially marks the termination date for the Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) grace period set forth by the European Commission ("Commission").
Marks & Clerk
We are delighted to share the news with clients and contacts that the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) has launched its IP Access scheme providing SMEs with up to £5,000 (including VAT) to...
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
Like the proverbial London buses arriving at once, two sets of guidelines on influencer marketing have been published in the past week. My colleague Brinsley Dresden has written...
J A Kemp LLP
To what extent will a Supplementary Protection Certificate for a biological product be considered to encompass closely-related alternatives such as biosimilars.
The government is consulting on regulations that (a) make changes to the list of employer notifiable events and (b) prescribe the events affecting a DB scheme employer
Kwasi Kwarteng, UK Business and Energy Secretary is reported to have said on 20 September that "My task is to ensure that any energy supplier failures cause the least amount of disruption to consumers".
On 30 June 2021 the Flexible Working Bill was introduced to parliament which would give all workers a legal right to flexible working from day one of employment...
The direction to off-site provision is distinct from the headteacher's ability to exclude a pupil from school on a temporary or permanent basis.
On 17 September 2021, the Department for Education published guidance for schools on the vaccination programme.
It has been 4 years now since the abolition of Employment Tribunal fees and no surprise that the number of claims over that period has increased by 130%.
In the case of Gwynedd Council v Barratt  EWCA Civ 1322 the Court of Appeal has upheld an employment tribunal's finding that a local authority was liable for the dismissal of two teachers at a community school by reason of redundancy despite the decision being taken by the governing body.
How can we say that an asset is located in a particular place when that asset's existence derives purely from digital records copied across a network of computers spread out across the globe?
The High Court agreed, finding that protection from detriment under section 44 ERA 1996 should be extended to workers so as to comply with the Directive.
A highly anticipated decision was issued by the U.K. Court of Appeal recently in what has become a high-profile trade mark infringement case between broadcasting and telecommunications giant Sky...
The Ratings (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill, which is currently being considered in the House of Lords, contains significant implications for directors of dissolved companies.
Court fees are rising again thanks to the Court Fees (Miscellaneous Amendment) Order 2021 ("CF021") which will come into force from 30 September 2021.
Arnold & Porter
On 16 September, the MHRA published its long awaited consultation on the regulatory framework that will govern medical devices in the UK.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
The issue of how professional regulators should respond when an individual has been accused of sexual misconduct or convicted of a sexual offence has recently been a hot topic in the UK...
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Cognizant is preparing to pay $95 million to settle a lawsuit that accused the IT services company of defrauding shareholders.