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Are you ready for the immigration shake-up?

With COVID-19 continuing to dominate the headlines, it is perhaps easy to forget that the UK’s Brexit transition period is due to end on 31 December 2020. This will bring about the biggest change to UK immigration laws in recent memory and will have a direct impact on how employers recruit overseas staff. EU Settlement […]

Client Advisory: US Government Ramps Up Actions to Combat Forced Labor

The US executive and legislative branches are ratcheting up pressure on companies to address forced labor in their supply chains. The US Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection agency (CBP) has in recent months announced a series of Withhold Release Orders (WROs) and a Finding following investigations into forced labor. Additionally, the US […]

The Cayman Islands administrative fines regime & investment funds

CIMA now has the ability to issue administrative fines for breaches committed by entities or individuals of prescribed provisions of laws, regulations and rules regulated by CIMA. On 26 June 2020, the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority’s (“CIMA”) powers to impose administrative fines were extended by the enactment of the Monetary Authority (Administrative Fines) (Amendment) Regulations, […]

How to Apply for a Judicial Review and how to Appeal a Decision

A Judicial Review is the vehicle by which the decisions of public authorities of all descriptions (including the government) can be challenged to establish their legality and whether the principles of public law have been complied with. The current on-going crisis that has arisen due to the coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a raft of […]


In brief: Linklaters boosts international finance

Linklaters & Paines is boosting its international finance practice with the appointment of two new partners in the US and Singapore. Allen & Overy partner Fiona Rice will join the firm’s Singapore office as a partner next month. Cecil Quillen, who joined the firm last year from Sullivan & Cromwell as a senior associate, will […]

Airbus Indian crash appeal

The Law Lords have given until this Thursday for French aircraft manufacturer, Airbus Industrie to lodge objections to an appeal application relating to an action in which it is being sued over the Indian Airlines Airbus crash at Bangalore in 1990. Jaisukh Arun Bhai Patel and five others are applying for leave to appeal against […]

The systems crash at the Law Society

THE ONLY creditable thing the Law Society has done since the whole sorry saga surrounding the installation of its Regis computer system began is to finally come clean about what a disaster Regis has been. The story of Regis sums up the history of the Law Society these last five years. It goes something like […]

Wording row at conference stalls Apil's conduct code

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers insists its code of conduct has been approved in principle despite a row over its wording. Apil leaders had expected delegates at the group’s annual conference on 15 November to approve its compulsory code of conduct in full. But some of the group’s 3,000 members were worried that one […]

Young barristers decline to go for posts as judicial assistants

Letters encouraging young barristers to apply for 12 new judicial assistant posts have been circulated to all chambers by the Bar Council, due to a shortage of applications. Nominations for 12 young barristers and solicitors to assist Court of Appeal Judges in clearing the backlog of cases have to be submitted to the Lord Chancellor’s […]

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