In a Verizon Mobile Security Index 2020 Executive Summary, almost 40% of the organisations surveyed in 2020 said they had experienced a mobile-related compromise and the percentage of companies reporting a compromise has grown by 41% since 2018.
The Government Guidance in relation to re-opening contains a short section on providing entertainment. In essence, it creates 2 categories of entertainment: Activities that ‘should not be permitted’ and all other types of entertainment.
The new guidance released by the Government for licensed premises seeking to re-open from 4 July deals with entertainment provided in premises, including showing broadcasts. Given that the football seasons across the leagues have been extended into the summer, with all Premier League matches on TV (as well as some matches being shown on terrestrial TV for the first time ever), showing football will no doubt be something many premises would like to do. We have considered the guidance in order to give an overview on the Government’s advice.
Thursday 2 July 2020 brought a number of announcements of real interest and importance to the Scottish hospitality industry, and three standout. First, confirmation that outdoor hospitality spaces such as beer gardens and pavement cafes, can open as planned from Monday 6 July (subject to licensing). Second, an indication that on entering phase 3 of […]
As pubs and restaurants open this weekend we consider how regulatory enforcement for complying with Covid-19 social distancing might work.
Jersey Finance UK Director, Robert Moore, spoke to UK-based Senior Advisor at Charles Russell Speechlys, Heather Maizels, to gain insights into their family office clients and what they look for from a jurisdiction.
By Simon Bonney There is a lot of misunderstanding about the relationship between insolvency and wrongful trading, and this short video provides a brief guide on wrongful trading and explains why there is no reason to panic.
Following the declaration of the Situation of Public Calamity in Presidential Decree 142/20 of 25 May, Joint Executive Decree 180/20 of 12 June was approved to establish the following rules applicable to domestic and international air travel undertaken during the Situation of Public Calamity. • Domestic air travel by passengers from Luanda begins on the […]
The construction of a third runway to the north-west of Heathrow Airport has long been the subject of controversy and has attracted its fair share of political debate. The Department for Transport claims the privately funded £14 billion runway could create an additional 16 million long-haul seats by 2040 along with £61 billion of economic […]
Introduction The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (the “Act”) was given royal assent on 25 June 2020 and has introduced a number of measures which will need to be considered by Landlords in situations where tenants are in arrears regarding sums due under a lease. The relevant provisions of the Act for Landlords are […]
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Burford Capital has announced plans to expand its reach beyond the UK’s AIM market, with a potential listing on a US stock exchange. The litigation funder revealed the move during a brief statement to investors on Tuesday, confirming that it has filed a registration statement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This means […]
Addleshaw Goddard has introduced a desk booking app as part of its four-phase return to the office. The firm entered phase two of its reopening plan yesterday (6 July) as its London, Leeds and Manchester offices opened to a small number of employees. Phase two offers employees the option to return to the office, though […]
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The Falkland Islands Government is seeking a new head of legal. The role, based in the capital city Stanley, will lead a small team providing legal advice to all areas within the Falklands Island government and the government of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands. The team includes the Islands’ prosecution service and child […]
Wirecard has hired a new head of compliance for EMEA, as it deals with an ongoing investigation into its financial affairs. The embattled payments group is seeking the help of Claudia Bahmann, who is understood to have joined the company’s Munich group as head of compliance for the EMEA region in June. Bahmann is a […]
Pinsent Masons’ cyber head has left the firm, joining Clyde & Co alongside an associate from his team. Ian Birdsey joins Clydes in London after eight years at Pinsent Masons and was made partner in 2016. Seaton Gordon, who is an associate in Birdsey’s team, is also joining Clydes. Birdsey advises corporate, SME and insurer […]