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On 27 October 2021, the UK Supreme Court handed down its decision in Kabab-Ji SAL (Lebanon) v Kout Food Group (Kuwait) [2021] UKSC 48 ("Kabab-Ji"), confirming that – as a matter of English conflict...
Marks & Clerk
Stop someone on the street and ask them about climate change and you will likely receive a host of answers.
Marks & Clerk
I am pleased to see that technology is being put centre stage at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
Marks & Clerk
COP26 has helped to focus attention on technological solutions that will play a key part in tackling the climate crisis.
Marks & Clerk
This will unlock £210 million from UK Research and Innovation.
Marks & Clerk
I was incredibly pleased to see news of innovation success story Novosound's recent business wins.
Mayer Brown
In Bresco Electrical Services Limited (in liquidation) v Michael J Lonsdale (Electrical) Limited the Supreme Court said that a company in liquidation was entitled to commence and pursue an adjudication
Marks & Clerk
This was especially the case for trade mark filings which increased worldwide by 13.7% compared to 2019, with approximately 13.4 million trade mark applications filed worldwide in 2020.
Marks & Clerk
Say hi to new bartenders Cecilia, Toni and Bruno. Say goodbye to short pours, long waits.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
Experienced mediators and solicitors, Lauren Hall and Louise Connolly discuss how best to prepare for your first mediation and what to expect.
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).
BLM
On Friday 22 October, Baroness Meacher's Assisted Dying Bill progressed to the Committee Stage after being debated in the House of Lords.
BLM
The final podcast in our Property Damage podcast series focusing on flooding and property flood resilience, known as PFR.
BLM
The public challenge brought by claimants Dr Cathy Gardner and Fay Harris in respect of the government's COVID-19 hospital discharge policy reconvened on Friday, 22 October.
BLM
On 26 October 2021 the Office for National Statistics released the latest data from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.
Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers
When making an application for entry clearance or leave to remain (permission to stay) in the UK, migrants must meet various suitability requirements and must show that their application...
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