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The legal hub – Create the ideal state for your corporate legal team

Corporate legal teams are under constant pressure to deliver more value to their organisations. Growing demand and changing expectations from the business mean that legal departments are adapting to embrace innovation and requiring their network of external counsel to do the same. Generally, corporate legal teams are adopting new technologies and adapting to changing pressures […]

Russian sanctions against Ukraine: Ban on the import of certain commodities

A ban on the import into Russia of certain commodities, the country of origin of which is Ukraine or which move through the territory of Ukraine was introduced by the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation dated 29 December 2018 No. 1716-83. The list of the commodities prohibited for import is provided in […]

Draft patent (amendment) rules, 2018 published for objections and suggestions

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has published Draft Patent (Amendment) Rules, 2018 (Draft Rules) for objections and suggestions. The key highlights of the Draft Rules are broadly set out below: International Applications: Patent agents will be required to file all documents, including scanned copies of documents, only by electronic transmission at the time of […]

Amendment to S. 197 of companies act, 2013 notified: Government approval no longer required for enhancement of managerial remuneration

In a long awaited move, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has notified the provisions of the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2017 (CA Amendment Act), relating to managerial remuneration, which are now in force with effect from 12 September 2018. By way of a notification, the amendments to Section 197 and Schedule V of the Companies […]

Drone usage and the law

By Jane Weaver, Martin McKeague It is likely that, in the run-up to this Christmas, perhaps more online shopping will have been done than at any time ever before. Amid news stories about traffic congestion being caused by the growing numbers of delivery vans on our roads, and as technological innovations develop apace, retailers may be increasingly […]

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A LONDON firm of solicitors has researched and written a book on family life and law in the Caribbean, aimed at overcoming ignorance in the UK of family law and life in the islands. The book, published by Brixton family law firm Hornby Ackroyd & Levy, is an up-to-date survey of family law and organisations […]

Litigation Recent Decisions 24/3/98

Decisions are taken from Lawtel’s Case Law database. LTL: Lawtel report; TLR: Times Law Reports; ILR: Independent Law Report. Challenge to legislation relating to release dates R v (1) Secretary of State for the Home Department (2) Governor of Swaledale Prison, Ex Parte Francois (A P) (1998) HL (Lords Browne-Wilkinson, Slynn, Nolan, Hope, Hutton) 12/3/9A […]

Fladgates bails out of Thames Valley

West End firm Fladgate Fielder is pulling out of the Thames Valley region by closing its Basingstoke office. The office, which opened in 1985, carried out property and corporate work the litigation department moved back to London three years ago and the firm claims it was having difficulty appointing suitably qualified assistants. The firm said […]

Egami recruits two

Litigation support system supplier DPA-Egami has hired former Theodore Goddard litigation support administrator Jacqui Rawlinson and former Commonwealth barrister Nirdosh Kutty to provide software training for client firms.

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