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Government consults on changes to food allergen labelling

Working together, the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) and the Food Standards Agency have issued a consultation on proposed changes to food allergen labelling in order to enable consumers to be provided with the information they need to make safe food choices.

New Canadian temporary immigration options under the CPTPP

The purpose of the CPTPP is to facilitate market access, investment opportunities and trade amongst the parties. Of interest from an immigration standpoint, the CPTPP contains new temporary immigration options for citizens of member countries. From a Canadian perspective, the immigration provisions are aimed at increasing opportunities to support economic growth for Canadians and Canadian […]

Cryptocurrency in Romania. A go or a no-go?

In Romania, authorities are yet to create the legal framework that would regulate the taxation of activities related to cryptocurrency. This legislative gap leaves plenty of room for tax avoidance, as even the most well-intentioned taxpayers lack the tools to understand what taxes they need to pay in relation to their cryptocurrency trading. What are […]

Discussing aboriginal law in Canada with Best Lawyers

This article was originally published in Best Lawyers and has been republished with permission. Jaimie Lickers and Maxime Faille, attorneys specializing in Aboriginal Law at Gowling WLG in Canada, discuss the changing national attitude to Indigenous people’s history across the country and their firm’s significant cases in 2017 and 2018.

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Magic circle firms top charts among leading corporates

Magic circle firms are pulling away from the rest of the pack when it comes to corporate finance work, according to a survey. Slaughter and May, Linklaters, Freshfields, Clifford Chance and Allen & Overy were ranked one to five in the Consensus’ Annual Broker Survey of more than 200 corporate finance clients. The companies surveyed […]

Bid to stub out early ad ban

The Law Lords are to have the final say on the Government’s bid to introduce a ban on tobacco advertising earlier than necessary. The Government is fighting to bring in early implementation of the European Tobacco Advertising directive in respect of tobacco advertising and sponsorship. But leave has been given by Lords Browne-Wilkinson, Hope and […]

Five UK firms win places on German giant's panel

German banking giant Commerzbank AG has appointed its first panel of law firms to handle its growing number of UK legal issues. Linklaters, Allen & Overy, Clifford Chance, Cameron McKenna and Theodore Goddard have won places on the panel after a beauty parade at the beginning of this year. Richard Caird, Commerzbank’s head of legal […]

Dibbs develops one-stop shop to advise e-commerce clients

Dibb Lupton Alsop is launching a one-stop shop for e-commerce clients to help them develop their businesses online. The service – dubbed dla.net – is being backed by lawyers from across the firm, including teams from IT and telecommunications, corporate tax and venture capital. In addition to helping entrepreneurs advance their dot com ideas, it […]

Divisions avoid clash of interests

Amalgamating the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Divisions would render the administration of chancery business unworkable, argues Hohn Mowbray. In Last week’s The Lawyer, Michael Briggs QC argued that the Chancery and Queen’s Bench Divisions should be amalgamated, but there is absolutely no need for this. The substitution of an equity or chancery “list” or “lists” […]

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