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Authors: Nicholas Rock, Adam Hedley, Annie O'Connor
The Sovereign Group
Theodora is a successful Turkish businesswoman who is married to an equally successful UK-domiciled husband.
Marks & Clerk
Any UK companies doing business with the rest of the EU, or even just in the UK but relying on customers and suppliers who deal with the rest of the EU...
Walker Morris
On 5 November 2020, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published PS20/14, which sets out its decision to delay the mandatory European Single Electronic Format (ESEF)...
Kemp IT Law
For a binding contract, we know that English law requires certain key components – those being, an offer, acceptance, consideration, and an intention to create legal relations.
FTI Consulting
Some companies only make ripples on social media when they report their financial earnings. Others get stakeholders talking — and tweeting. What do they know that others don't?
BCL Solicitors LLP
In support of Wellbeing of Women*, Jennifer Saunders will be presenting a BBC Radio 4 appeal on Sunday 29th November to raise funds for their vital research into women's health.
Innovation law helps create capital for innovators, companies and society at large by building control points for valuable intangible assets.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The UK Government has introduced various provisions in order to help viable companies survive the COVID-19 pandemic. These provisions are contained within the Corporate Insolvency and...
Gilson Gray
The role of the Trustee is a crucial one in administering trusts. The Trustee will hold property for the benefit of the beneficiaries of the trust and must carry out the powers and duties...
Giambrone & Partners
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...
Marks & Clerk
Numerous companies had to adjust rapidly and dramatically to meet the threat posed by Covid-19.
Walker Morris
The UK's departure from the EU has created the need for various aspects of the Companies Act 2006 and Regulations made under that Act which relate to filing...
Hill Dickinson
This was a dispute about whether the negotiations for a voyage charter ‘crossed the finish line' and in particular as to the effect of an outstanding ‘subject' of those negotiations.
Quadrant Chambers
In what circumstances will one contract be construed by reference to another? In the energy sector, the issue will often be an important one, given the prevalence of suites of contracts dealing with different aspects or layers of involvement or activity.
Hill Dickinson
The accelerated adoption of electronic signatures and embracing of technological document solutions has not removed the need for a witness to be physically present… yet.
Hill Dickinson
The United Kingdom left the European Union on 1 January 2020 and the laws of the European Union will continue to apply until the end of a transition period on 31 December 2020.
Ropes & Gray LLP
The UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) recently published a new chapter in its internal Operational Handbook, which provides guidance on the SFO's approach to Deferred Prosecution Agreements...
ONC Lawyers
In its recent judgment of Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd [2020] UKSC 31, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom ("Supreme Court") restated the rule against reflective loss...
Early this year, CFO Research and Vistra conducted a survey of over 200 CFOs and other finance executives from US$100 million-plus companies.
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