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Whether they like it or not, energy regulators are the new gatekeepers of the technology shift that is needed to meet Canada’s carbon reduction goals. This will require significant and near-term changes to the construct under which Canada’s utilities have traditionally been regulated. Traditional regulation doesn’t incent utilities to retire technology simply because something better has come along. Should regulation transition from “used and useful” to “better”? Join Gowling WLG for the first 2021 roundtable in the Energy Innovators Roundtable series.
What can designers do to ensure their designs and innovations are a commercial success?
In recent years, the UK’s construction sector has not had a happy track record with respect to competition law enforcement, where the Competition and Markets Authority has fined construction companies a total of £67 million across five cases. Of particular significance is the increased focus on individual responsibility, as these cases also led to the disqualification of 11 directors and two criminal convictions.
Canadian securities regulators are proposing a new prospectus exemption that would streamline capital raising for companies listed on recognised Canadian stock exchanges.
The Department for Work and Pensions has issued a consultation on its planned changes to the existing notifiable events regime. The changes will oblige employers with defined benefit pension schemes to notify The Pensions Regulator of a broader range of corporate events and activities and to do so at an earlier stage than is currently the case.
Under article 24 of Law 6/2006 of 27 February, which approved the New Urban Renting Rules, and article 11(5) of Decree-Law 294/2009 of 13 October, which approved the New Rural Renting Rules, the National Statistics Institute is responsible for calculating the annual rent update coefficient applicable to urban and rural leases. This coefficient must then be published in a notice appearing in the official gazette, Diário da República, no later than 30 October of each year.
At the end of this month, court fees are increasing. The change is the result of a consultation led by the Ministry of Justice earlier in the year which considered whether court fees should be increased by inflation.
Much of the focus as we start to glimpse the post-pandemic future has rightly been workplace culture, flexible working and the acceleration of digital change. However, it is also worth focusing on the last 18 months as a crisis management case study for HR teams.
In summer 2021 the European Banking Authority published Draft Guidelines on the limited network exemption under the Payment Service Directive 2 for consultation. The Draft Guidelines are meant to foster supervisory convergence amongst the EU’s national competent regulators.
Foreign arbitral awards may be enforced relatively quickly and easily in the Cayman Islands and the Cayman Islands courts are willing to assist with the recovery of judgment debts. This Snapshot provides an overview of the recognition process and the steps that are then available for enforcement.
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Goodwin has upped its trainee salaries to just above those of the magic circle, The Lawyer understands, with a rise of 13 per cent. The US firm’s London offering will now offer its first-year trainees a salary of £52,000 compared to £46,000. This is a rise of just over 13 per cent, while second-years are […]
Vodafone UK has named a former Eversheds Sutherland litigator as its new general counsel following the recent departure of Helen Lamprell. Andy Yorston will be taking the reins as of 1 October after being promoted from head of legal. He previously led the company’s compliance department during his 11 years at Vodafone. Lamprell’s exit was […]
Linklaters has increased its newly-qualified lawyer salaries once again, making it the highest-paying firm at this level across the magic circle. The rate for NQs has now hit £107,500 with a discretionary performance bonus. It marks the second rise since last July when the firm confirmed it would be increasing its newly-qualified solicitor salaries in […]
Dentons has picked up two practice managers (PMs) from Allen & Overy and Hogan Lovells, as part of a wider management reshuffle. A&O’s former senior finance manager Kate Jansen will join as practice manager for Dentons’ banking and finance division, while Hogan Lovells’ former senior business improvement manager James Markham will take on the same […]
Clyde & Co will face a trial over breach of duty allegations made against the firm, after the High Court only partially struck out an £18.7m claim brought by two self-storage businesses. This was confirmed in a recent ruling from HH Judge Davis-White QC, who released Deloitte as a defendant in the case but retained […]
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