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Annual product liability primer (webinar)

Our presentation covers many topics, including the definition of a product defect vs a safety defect, the parties that may be liable for a product defect, limitation of liability clauses, Québec specification, product recalls and practical tips and considerations, as well as best practices, for you and your team.

Do you need to make a late application for settled status?

The deadline for applying to the European Settlement Scheme to obtain pre-settled or settled status passed on 30 June 2021. However, the Home Office has made it clear that there is flexibility and late applications will be considered. This provision may not last forever and anyone who has missed the deadline should take action immediately to apply.

The role of hydrogen in Canada (webinar)

Curious about the role of hydrogen in Canada’s future? Join us for an informative online session focusing on key opportunities and challenges on the horizon. Gowling WLG’s Myron Dzulynsky will be joined by three industry professionals to discuss a number of issues and answer questions regarding this emerging market. The panel dives into federal and provincial policies, discuss how governments at all levels can help make the hydrogen industry a success, as well as what we can learn from other jurisdictions in terms of leadership in the industry.

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Employment Tribunal handed lifeline as courts struggle with Covid-19 backlog

The UK Government has introduced a raft of changes to the Employment Tribunal, in a bit to manage the case backlog caused by coronavirus. The changes, which have been brought by business minister Paul Scully, includes allowances for the judiciary to deploy non-employment judges into the tribunal. This change means that judges can act in […]

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The 60 second interview: Why purpose and sustainability matter

By Julia Hayhoe The Lawyer’s Business Leadership Series explores, among other themes, how the dramatic acceleration of macro trends has placed Purpose, Sustainability and ESG issues top of the corporate board, general counsel and increasingly legal provider agenda. We have created a series of GC interviews, to inform this event series and particularly the webinar […]

Attorney General accused of “cronyism” over off-panel Brexit advice

The Prime Minister’s Attorney General is facing criticism over her decision to seek advice on planned changes to the Withdrawal Agreement from individuals not on the UK Government’s panels, including a “baby barrister” from Brick Court. The debate concerns advice given to Suella Braverman and solicitor general Michael Ellis, who provided legal opinion on government legislation […]

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