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Greenwashing: Don’t get caught out – ThinkHouse

Environmental and sustainability claims have been high on the agenda for many businesses for some time now, and with the Competition and Markets Authority’s recent introduction of its Green Claims Code, it’s even more important that businesses get it right and avoid exaggerating their environmental credentials.

Snapshot: Supreme Court holds no attribution where director’s “secret” profits in issue

The United Kingdom’s Supreme Court has recently delivered helpful guidance on the principles to be applied when dealing with attribution of knowledge between a company and its wrongdoing directors; particularly in the context of breaches of duty by directors in exploiting corporate opportunities belonging to the company to receive secret profits.

Continued rise of energy performance of buildings requirements

In July 2021, the European Union (Energy Performance of Buildings) Regulations 2021 (the 2021 Regulations) were published, followed swiftly by government guidance on how to apply the 2021 Regulations (the Technical Guidance). The publication of the 2021 Regulations and accompanying Technical Guidance underscores the continued focus on improving the energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings performance (other than dwellings) and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by boosting renovation obligations.


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39 Essex silk joins legal team bringing landmark rugby dementia claim

A silk from 39 Essex Chambers will be working alongside Rylands Law for an impending lawsuit against World Rugby, England Rugby (RFU) and Wales Rugby Union (WRU), with the organisations facing accusations of negligence. Instructed by Rylands Law solicitor Richard Boardman, Susan Rodway QC (Call: 1981) will be representing the ex-England and Wales international rugby […]

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Supreme Court sides with Quinn in pivotal Mastercard/Merricks dispute

In one of the most highly anticipated judgments in recent years, the Supreme Court has today sided with Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan in the Mastercard/Merricks dispute. A major development in the first US-style opt-out class action in the UK, said to be worth £14bn, the highest court in the land ruled that Merricks’ case […]

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Roundtable: City managing partners talk through their year

In September, managing partners at most law firms breathed a sigh of relief. Months after its catastrophic arrival, the Covid-19 virus seemed to be contained and people were slowly returning to their offices. But the arrival of the autumn sparked a new wave of infections, threatening to bring the situation back to the eerie spring […]

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