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FCA opens notifications for temporary permissions regime in case of no-deal Brexit

By François Pfister, Anne-Gaëlle Delabye In order to ensure that investment funds that are currently marketed in the United Kingdom under the European Economic Area (EEA) passporting regime continue to be able to do so in the event of there being no implementation period based on the withdrawal agreement after 29 March (no-deal Brexit), the […]

Changes in the procedure for admission of foreign medical devices and medicines to public procurement in Russia

On 1 January 2019, amendments to the Resolution of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 102 of 05.02.2015 that provides for restrictions and conditions for the admission of certain types of medical devices originating from foreign countries for the purpose of procurement for state and municipal needs (“Resolution No. 102”). And the Resolution of […]

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Peter Chandler of Chalfont St Peter is suing Fisons Erba Science (UK) and Fisons, both of West Malling, Kent, over his wife’s death from an asbestos-related disease. Janet Chandler died on 20 January 1995. The writ alleges it was the result of her exposure to asbestos while working for the companies between 1973 and 1981. […]

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The Lawyer Inquiry: Robert Berg

Robert Berg was born in London in 1953. He is a partner at Janes solicitors. What was your first job? Loading lorries for a distribution company. What was your first ever salary as a lawyer? £5 per week. What would you have done if you hadn’t become a lawyer? Journalism. Which law could you live […]

Tube ticket transfer is theft

Roger Pearson looks at an Appeal Court ruling which makes the passing of unexpired underground tickets a criminal offence A recent Appeal Court ruling for London Underground has been greeted as one of the best legal developments for years. The company now has a potent legal weapon with which to fight the widespread practice of […]

Hardman and Slater Heelis dispute over

MANCHESTER commercial firm Slater Heelis has settled its dispute with partner Peter Hardman over the terms of his retirement and is continuing in partnership despite issuing a writ to dissolve itself. Hardman declined to resign from the firm last December after a dispute. In an effort to remove him, the firm’s 20 other partners issued […]

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