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Draft regulations setting out the revised earnings thresholds for auto enrolment for the 2014–15 tax year have been laid before parliament.
Pensions Pieces: Pensions Regulator/ICAEW publish draft framework for master trusts for consultation
The Pensions Regulator and ICAEW have published a draft reporting framework to help employers better understand the governance and administration arrangements of master trusts.
The Pensions Regulator has issued its final compliance and enforcement policy for occupational defined-contribution trust-based pension schemes.
The provision of the so-called ‘moral hazard’ powers to the Pension Regulator under the Pensions Act 2004 has caused significant concerns.
Following the completion of recent negotiations between Iran and the P5+1, an interim deal relating to sanctions against Iran was reached on 24 November 2013.
From 13 March 2014, under English and Welsh law, married persons of the same sex will need to be provided with the same pension rights as those in civil partnerships.
This update sets out the most significant developments of the new public procurement directives.
A term sheet is a document that outlines the key financial and other terms of a proposed investment.
Fundraisings of early-stage life science companies can be complicated affairs from the point of view of actually securing the funds from investors in the first place.
The articles of association are a contract between the company and each shareholder and between the shareholders themselves.
A life sciences company raises funds either by issuing shares or by borrowing money from individuals, venture capital bodies or lending institutions.
Two new references have been made to the CJEU asking for preliminary rulings on issues under Regulation (EC) No 469/2009.
A number of life sciences industry bodies have jointly published a report entitled ‘From vision to action: delivery of the strategy for UK life sciences’.
All the existing shareholders and the company should be a party to the agreement, although it may not be practical for all minority shareholders to be a party if there is a large number of them.
It is common in investments for life sciences companies for a term sheet to be put in place between the investors and the founders that sets out the key terms of the investment.
This case relates to an application for payment of damages, further to a cross-undertaking on a preliminary injunction.
One innovative deal structure is geographical licensing. While apparently simple on the face of it, the devil is in the detail.
The Insolvency Service’s most recent quarterly statistics show a 12 per cent rise in construction company compulsory liquidations.
The Office of Fair Trading’s principles for online and app-based games have been finalised and industry is being given until 1 April 2014 to comply.
After publishing a draft for consultation, the government has laid the Consumer Rights Bill before parliament together with explanatory notes.