A recent ECJ decision in ISS Facility Services v Govaerts has added another layer of complexity to TUPE transfer situations involving multiple transferees. We discuss the facts of this case and its impact for transferors and transferees alike.
Just as employers are getting to grips with flexible furlough, yet more changes have been announced in respect of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS). We examine the impact of these changes for employers.
The UK formally left the EU six months ago. This article sets out some of the key points about the next stage of the Brexit process at the end of the transition period – Brexit 2.0 – and a link to a guide on what businesses need to do now.
We look at the remedies available to employers who suspect that their business is under threat from a former employee and the factors to be considered.
Following the arrest of a man on suspicion of defrauding the government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) by £495,000, HMRC has now published guidance to help employers who have received grants under the scheme that they were not entitled to receive.
BNA has approved new rules applicable to foreign exchange transactions carried out by individuals.
Mozambican legislation regarding shipping.
In Engie Fabricom (UK) Limited v MW High Tech Projects UK Limited the TCC determined that the parties to a sub-contract did not have the statutory right to adjudicate, having regard to exclusions set out within the Construction Act.
Recently we hosted a webinar delving into the recent Schrems II judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). Perhaps unsurprisingly, there were many questions from attendees.
In this context, the Portuguese communications regulator (ANACOM) published on 4 August 2020 a draft document aimed at transposing the EECC (the Draft Transposition of the EECC), following a public consultation launched by the Government/ANACOM on 26 November 2019, in which various stakeholders provided their inputs on the matter. As a general rule, the draft transposition […]
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A total of 27 staff from BT Legal, which was acquired by DWF last year, have been made redundant. The group left in June seven months after moving from the company’s claims and corporate property team to the law firm. The reason, stated in a Communications Union release, boils down to the fact that the […]
For the first time, The Lawyer has put together a comprehensive list of global disputes being heard in 2021, with six of the top 20 held in London. The list of cases, which features as part of the Global Litigation 50 report, covers all manner of disputes whether it is a commercial tussle in London’s […]
Parties from the United States and Switzerland are competing over a six-figure sum sitting in Stephenson Harwood’s bank account, with the firm taking up a bit-part role in an ongoing High Court clash. A total of $570,000 is at the heart of the scrap between the estate of late US lawyer, Irving Kagan, and Swiss […]
Charles Russell Speechlys new managing partner Simon Ridpath has put forward a series of objectives for his tenure, as the firm revealed a dip in profits and rise in revenue for 2019/20. In the financials, net profit and profit per equity partner (PEP) dipped by 3 and 5 per cent respectively, from £29.6m to £28.7m […]
Goodwin has orchestrated a rota system to slowly bring back lawyers to its London office. The UK arm of the US firm has kept its London outpost open for about two weeks for a limited number of employees and on a voluntary basis. It followed a thorough risk assessment that gave the greenlight for the […]
Charter Chambers is to close its doors from 30 October, due to the coronavirus pandemic combined with the impending sale of its premises. The criminal set, which is home to 47 barristers including six silks, as well as seven clerks, has occupied 33 John Street for 15 years. It is owned by a Pension Trust […]