The winter months will bring unique complications for leisure, food and drink companies trying to comply with the Covid-19 regulations in England & Wales.
In this interview, we discuss the highs and lows of new product innovation with Thom Elliot, co-founder of Pizza Pilgrims.
With the end of the UK’s Brexit transition period fast approaching, we are moving ever closer to significant changes to the UK’s work-based immigration routes.
Any employer who is using, or intending to use, the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (‘the Scheme’) must take note of two important new developments.
The government’s white paper on planning reforms, ‘Planning for the Future’, proposes radical reform unlike anything we have seen since the Second World War.
One of the main keys to sound business dealings are watertight contracts that encompass every facet of the production and supply of your services or products, anticipate all potential risks, both internal and external, and incorporate safeguards to protect the business.
the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) issued a 50-page Guidelines for Securing the Internet of Things (IoT) (the guidelines).
David Skok was on the board of HubSpot, the Marketing Automation company in its early days, so he knows a thing or two about how Sales Funnels work. In this presentation, he notes that when he asks people to describe their organisation’s funnel, they frequently fail to do so concisely.
The Central Bank of Ireland recently issued an anti-money laundering advisory note highlighting how Irish regulated firms can improve their monitoring of customer transactions to detect potentially suspicious activity.
For commercial litigation and cross-border insolvency matters, it is very much ‘business as usual’ in the Supreme Court of Bermuda (the “Court”).
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TLT has significantly bolstered its financial services disputes and investigations practice by hiring a 12-strong team from Dentons. The group will join the firm’s London office as part of a strategic push to expand the firm’s offering in dispute resolution, particularly as the UK market awaits a wave of anticipated litigation. Clare Stothard and Steven […]
Research carried out by The Lawyer suggests that the overwhelming majority of the UK’s second 100 law firms took advantage of the UK Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme during the first wave of lockdown this year. Every one of the 39 firms interviewed for the UK 200: The Independents report had used the furlough scheme […]
A complex crime and fraud set has taken the decision to pause pupillage recruitment due to the pandemic. Red Lion Chambers will not be recruiting any pupils for its September 2022 cohort, with its programme re-opening in October 2021 for its 2023 cohort. The set said the pandemic has meant it has had to extend […]
The UK Government’s Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has set out a timeline for when it will resume its panel reviews, after they were put on hold earlier this year amid Covid-19. The CCS has confirmed it will issue a tender on the Official Journal of the European Union for its legal services panel in May […]
When Provident Financial was subject to an unsolicited takeover offer from Non-Standard Finance, it called on Clifford Chance to defend. For 14 weeks, the magic circle firm was at the credit provider’s beck and call as it sought to fight off the unwanted approach. The end result – a back down from Non-Standard – made […]
Dentons has added real estate capability in Dublin through the hire of a partner from William Fry. Andrew Muckian, formerly head of William Fry’s real estate practice, joins the firm as its sixth partner in the Republic of Ireland. He advises on all types of property development and investment transactions, with expertise in forward purchases, […]