Simon Stephen discusses managing tricky ER cases in a COVID-19 context, including best practice on handling investigations and hearings including ill health/disability, whistleblowing and health...
Hi, my name is Niall Guinan and I am an associate in the Insurance and Reinsurance team in Arthur Cox.
HMRC have published guidance for non-UK residents in relation to what circumstances will be considered ‘exceptional' under the Statutory Residence Test (SRT) during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Covid-19 developments are having a significant impact on the economy and various businesses are having to adapt to new working styles to accommodate the need to work from home.
How are you coping with being at home with your family?
One of the inevitable consequences of the social distancing measures put in place by the Government to tackle the Coronavirus is that there will be a significant squeeze on cash flow...
One positive aspect to come out of the coronavirus is seeing how communities have come together to help those vulnerable or struggling, whether it be doing the weekly shop for an elderly neighbour...
You might have more pressing matters to deal with at present, but one less thing to worry about is the ramifications of the Morrisons case (Morrisons v Various Claimants).
By way of light relief from the deluge of updates relating to the dreaded C-word here are some key changes to employment law coming into force in April 2020.
Not all development is equal. While most will require a planning application to be submitted to the relevant local authority, some enjoys deemed planning permission under the General Permitted...
In our "Are you Winding Me Up?" article of last week, we highlighted how, in the immediate aftermath of social distancing measures imposed by Government in response to the Coronavirus...
A Limited Liability Partnership is becoming a more attractive legal structure now more than ever in light of the Covid-19 developments and as a result of the increased desire for traditional...
Clyde & Co
The rapid global spread of COVID-19 has severely affected the transport and logistics industry's ability to continue under the financial strain.
Giambrone & Partners
Accidents are one of the most unwelcome things in life and they are not always unfortunate unavoidable events; negligent individuals and organisations are frequently responsible.
Recently The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued a decision in the interesting "HALLOUMI versus EUIPO" case which sheds some light on the way likelihood of confusion...
In April this year the Italian Supreme Court gave its decision in relation to the longstanding dispute between Italian cosmetics company Kiko and its competitor Wycon.
Board of Appeal decision (T1384/16) highlights the importance of data in food and drink patents, as well as the pitfalls of opposition and appeal proceedings.
On 29 April 2020, the UK's Chartered Governance Institute ("ICSA") released guidance in regard to the withdrawing and amending of dividend resolutions at AGMs.
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
In this vlog, Joanna Deas and Joseph Lenthall give an insight into the Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) System.
Covid-19 is causing many employees to ask if they can work from ‘home' for an extended period in an overseas country, for example, because it is their home nation or their family is based there.