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Arnold & Porter
Earlier this month, we commented on the European Commission proposal for a Regulation accelerating existing procedures for clinical trials where medicinal products containing or consisting of Genetically Modified Organisms ...
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Beale & Co
The Law Society has recognised the current pandemic and social distancing rules has increased the need for solicitors and clients to be able to close deals without being face to face.
Quadrant Chambers
The current pandemic emphasises just how unforeseen events can interfere with contractual arrangements, particularly longterm ones.
Clyde & Co
Public Health England (PHE) has recently issued workplace action cards to certain business sectors setting out various key steps to quickly identify and contain any potential COVID-19 outbreak, ...
Quadrant Chambers
In this article we consider some of the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic in the shipping context, with a particular focus on force majeure issues.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
We're delighted to share our Summer edition of Construct.law, our bi-annual Construction, Engineering and Projects publication.
Beale & Co
It has been very interesting watching the FCA's business interruption litigation playing out in the High Court this week.
Clyde & Co
As the transport and logistics industry takes its first steps towards returning to normal following the coronavirus pandemic...
Volterra Fietta
It is widely recognised that the COVID-19 pandemic will affect the ability of a court or arbitration tribunal to hold hearings or conduct other in person proceedings.
Volterra Fietta
The COVID-19 pandemic poses immense challenges for States, their citizens and businesses alike.
Beale & Co
On 14 July 2020, the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) COVID-19 Task Force published guidance to address the contractual challenges presented by the pandemic.
Beale & Co
On 9 July, Beale & Co were delighted to host its latest Architects' Roundtable for professionals in the industry. In light of the current circumstances, the roundtable was held virtually.
Anthony Gold
A new Practice Direction 55C is being introduced in order to give new rules relating to the resumption of possession proceedings that have been stayed due to the pandemic.
Quadrant Chambers
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak unprecedented havoc in the aviation industry, affected commercial parties will increasingly be looking for escape routes from onerous contractual obligations.
Gowling WLG
As set out in our recent alert, COVID-19: Consequences of Breaching the CJRS, the signs indicate that HMRC are rolling up their sleeves to deal with CJRS overclaims, whether they be inadvertent or deliberate.
Gilson Gray
watch this recorded webinar- Restructure, Repurpose and Return – preparing your organisation for a return to work in the "new normal" and allowing your employees to play to their professional strength
J A Kemp LLP
The EPO has announced today that all opposition division oral proceedings scheduled to take place in 2020 are being postponed.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Given the measures being introduced to reduce personal interaction as part of managing COVID-19, a recent decision which casts doubt on the validity of a signature witnessed via video link may prove to be even more important.
Worldwide
Volterra Fietta
The COVID-19 pandemic crisis and its economic impact on business more broadly bears certain similarities with the 2008 global financial crisis and the measures taken by States to address its aftermath
Volterra Fietta
Over the last months, States around the world have been taking emergency measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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