The Judge said a hearing by October, 2020 was needed, in plenty of time before the release of gamebirds in July 2021.
A recent report, entitled "A New Vision for Europe's Capital Markets", sets out some key recommendations for how the EU securitisation market can be scaled up.
Joydeep Sengupta discusses the impact of COVID-19 on compliance functions and resources developed by Mayer Brown to assist clients.
The March quarter day (25 March) fell just days into the early chaos of national lockdown, resulting in widespread non-payment of rent.
Foot Anstey Solicitors
For a number of years now we have heard businesses talk about the importance of diversity and inclusion and seen conscious efforts made to proactively address diversity deficiencies.
As with any business, clubs will wish to ensure that those who work for them, whether on or off the pitch...
On 26 June 2020, the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act (the Act) came into force.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
On 26 June 2020, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) updated its Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) Treasury Direction to take account of the flexible furlough scheme.
Higgs & Sons
One of the government's recent proposals to help struggling businesses is the suspension of wrongful trading legislation for three months.
The man, who we are calling John, was employed by Greenwich and Bexley Area Health Authority.
Three judges at the Court of Appeal have unanimously dismissed the Government's appeal and ruled that the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (SSWP)...
In the same week that marked ten years since the coalition's first austerity budget, Downing Street served up another potential recipe for disaster.
With better days hoped for ahead, we ask what the Law Commission's recommendations on extending time limits and enlarging Employment Tribunal jurisdiction may mean for employers.
The Corporate Recovery & Insolvency Act 2020 became law on 26 June 2020. It contains some temporary provisions required as a result of COVID-19 and some permanent provisions that have been in the offing ...
On Friday 26 June 2020 the UK Government published the Third Direction, which is the legislative update for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme.
While the statutory derivative action, enshrined in the Companies Act 2006, is more prevalent, its narrower common law counterpart still has teeth.
The Court of Appeal has decided to hear Chris Packham's appeal regarding an application for permission for judicial review of the Prime Minister's decision to proceed with the HS2 railway project.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office has asked for more time to consider The Ubele Initiative's pre-action protocol letter calling for an independent inquiry into the impact of COVID-19 on BAME communities.
Giambrone & Partners
Across the world businesses and individuals are rising from the shattered remnants of the "old" normal and trying to find a way to make sense of the "new" normal they are facing.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
When COVID-19 swept the globe and disrupted the production and distribution of goods, it gave way to some companies taking advantage of consumers by significantly increasing prices.