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Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s dedicated insolvency litigation team brings you its monthly update on the cases and issues affecting the insolvency and fraud investigation industry.
Wragges’ pensions experts focus on the impact for defined benefit (DB) occupational schemes – in particular, the issues trustees will need to consider around transfers from DB to DC schemes.
The Upper Tribunal has determined that privatised water and sewerage companies are public authorities for the purposes of being required to disclose environmental information that is held by them.
A strong indication as to the direction of travel of future legislation.
The minimum size for a ’district heat network’ is two buildings and one final customer, and many other things landlords need to know.
What the future holds for flexible access to Defined Contribution pension savings.
Sanctions for regulatory offences, particularly for larger corporates, set to increase substantially.
Welcome clarity from the European Patent Office as to the scope of claim ‘examination’ in the course of post-grant amendment proceedings.
The new regulations have been rushed in without consultation and, frankly, are full of holes.
The government has announced it will introduce a requirement for many companies to report on payment practices, and a hardening of the Prompt Payment Code on payment terms.
The statutory regime covering workplace pensions will be transformed in April 2015.
Review of the latest cases and issues affecting the lending industry.
The ‘client’, for the purposes of a service provision change under TUPE, may include the plural.
SPCs and combination products: basic patent on a sole ingredient cannot double as basic patent for combination
On 12 March 2015 the CJEU gave its ruling in Actavis v Boehringer Ingelheim, yet another reference from the UK courts regarding the interpretation of the SPC Regulation 469/2009.
Regeneration continues to make headlines but delivering such projects and building sustainable communities takes huge investment – and commitment.
What the new legislation allowing the Groceries Code adjudicator to fine UK supermarkets says, and how you can offer your views.
Revolution in the defined contribution world will happen on 6 April 2015. Will defined benefit members want a piece of the action?
The CJEU has handed down its decision on an appeal brought by MEGA Brands International regarding the refusal of its application for the Community trademark MAGNEXT.
Last month Microsoft adopted the first international cloud privacy standard. Could this lead to greater confidence in data security and privacy in cloud computing?
Michael Hafen examines the implications of the new legislation for individuals and employers and suggests some steps that employers may consider taking to ensure their employees drive safely.