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Allergen labelling remains in the spotlight as the FSA consults on technical guidance

BCL partner, Richard Reichman, discusses allergen labelling changes and the Food Standards Agency’s consultation on new technical guidance. Background Against a backdrop of frequent media attention and public concern regarding allergen issues, for example following several tragic fatalities, a government consultation concluded that changes were required to the provision of allergen information for food which is prepacked […]

ICLG: Environment & Climate Change Law 2020 (Cyprus)

By Eleni Neoptolemou, Christina Christodoulou 1. Environmental Policy and its Enforcement 1.1 What is the basis of environmental policy in your jurisdiction and which agencies/bodies administer and enforce environmental law? Following the accession of Cyprus to the European Union in 2004, the environmental policy has been subjected to a fundamental review, in order to be […]

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SIF deserves a better press

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Sets that are safe as houses

At the Bar, there are probably less than 40 barristers who specialise in landlord and tenant law, and another 40 or so for whom it represents a substantial part of their practice. There is no specific Bar association or Bar Council committee for them – those who act in this field are often found under […]

It has been a bad week for…

David Keating, who must be feeling pretty rejected after being trounced in the Law Society elections, having already unsuccessfully stood for office twice before. Nevertheless, he has already announced his plan to stand again in next year’s elections. The charity, Cancer Research, whose collection box in a High Court robing room was swiped by an […]

Theodore Goddard loses insolvency head to Finers

THEODORE Goddard has been hit by the departure of its head of insolvency, Jonathan Lewis, to West End firm Finers. Lewis – a leading player in corporate restructurings – will join Finers this week as an equity partner and as its new head of insolvency. Lewis told The Lawyer that he was “not prepared to […]

Renovating the law

The existing housing laws have been described as uncertain and unsatisfactory, but the implementation of new legislation has been hampered by political issues, says Mike Yuille A roof over one’s head may seem to be a citizen’s inalienable right. But in both landlord and tenant law, and the related housing law field, there are still […]

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