This regular alert covers key regulatory EU developments related to the COVID-19 situation. It does not purport to provide an exhaustive overview of developments and contains no analysis or opinion.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Sometimes, the obscure technical machinery of the law can affect business in important ways and, sometimes, fixing defects in this sort of machinery can have benefits well beyond...
Essex Court Chambers
In a new article, Jeremy Brier considers the recent Supreme Court Judgment in Financial Conduct Authority v Arch (UK) Insurance & Others  UKSC 1 on appeal from  EWHC 2448 (Comm).
Vaccinations have been a controversial topic for some time and disputes over the merits of vaccinating children have garnered much media attention.
LA Marine - Lester Aldridge LLP
A recent London arbitration decision has examined the interplay between laytime and a force majeure clause.
2020 was a year of rules and restrictions the likes of which no one could have anticipated.
Between Brexit and the Coronavirus pandemic, businesses have faced huge changes over the last year and the accompanying evolution of employment law shows no signs of slowing down.
Morrison & Foerster LLP
As the UK Government's COVID-19 support measures ease, there are a number of considerations that directors should be thinking about. Find out more.
In this webinar, the Employment team looked at the vaccinations in the workplace and whether it is possible for discrimination issues to arise with those who choose not to be inoculated.
On 15 January 2021, the Supreme Court handed down its judgment in the FCA COVID-19 test case, heard on a "leapfrog" appeal (bypassing the Court of Appeal)...
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause unprecedented disruption to businesses and has seen widespread disquiet for insurers faced with challenges to cover interpretation and criticism...
On 26 October 2020 I reported on details of a study undertaken by King's College on the condition of 'Long COVID'.
Brexit just happened. The effects are still happening. The Transition Period has just ended, so there will, no doubt, be litigation as whether something happened or is covered by pre-Brexit
The world has changed in ways that we could not have imagined twelve months ago. Carrie Davies, at Gowling WLG, revisits her views about the challenges and opportunities facing Africa's law firms...
The development and rolling out of the COVID-19 vaccines is a chink of light in otherwise supremely challenging times - particularly for social care and senior living businesses.
Canada. Today the Canadian Government announced rules further restricting international travel. According to the government's press release:
A time to reflect and envision the impact of the pandemic on the flow of counterfeit goods and others.
Arnold & Porter
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, major international construction projects are being delayed and disrupted by supply problems, workforce reductions and local coronavirus restrictions.
In a proclamation issued Monday, President Biden banned travelers from entering the United States if they recently spent time in the United Kingdom, Ireland...
Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig LLP
In a recent opinion, the UK Supreme Court has found coverage for business interruption as a result of business closures incident to the Covid-19 pandemic.