Covid-19 has brought a number of disruptions in cross border investments and trade - which entail a complete rethinking of how business and trade are being conducted and with whom.
The Pensions Regulator issued a suite of COVID-19 guidance for trustees and employers at the end of March.
The UK Government has released a Statement of Changes in Immigration Rules, detailing new provisions related to the country's Post-Brexit immigration system.
In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, parliament and banking regulators took measures to update and improve the Approved Persons Regime
In light of the significant business downturn occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic, we anticipate that the meaning and effect of ‘Material Adverse Change' or ‘MAC' clauses will be of critical potential importance to all businesses ...
Long term contracts frequently contain clauses which either terminate the contract automatically or entitle a party to terminate the contract in the event of the other party becoming insolvent; so-called ‘ipso facto' clauses.
The impact of coronavirus on businesses has been dramatic. Markets have vanished overnight, supply chains have been disrupted or suspended, and many financing arrangements entered into in a different, pre-COVID- 19, world have become unmanageable.
Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison
This client alert, part of a series focused on ESG disclosure and regulatory developments, should be read together with our ESG Lexicon
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.
Since 2011, the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs) have been the primary mechanism addressing the responsibility of private businesses to respect human rights.
On 1 January 2021 the Brexit transition period will have ended. Among a vast number of changes for UK businesses will be the loss of instant and unrestricted access to the EU talent pool.
In part two of our series looking at preparations for the end of free movement on 31 December 2020, we address the issue of sending British nationals to the EU for work.
This case concerned LMS, a 21 year old with Sotos Syndrome, significant autism and some learning disability. She lacked the capacity to manage her own finances.
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
Welcome back to our new series of ‘back to basics' blogs in which we will provide blogs focused on common legal issues. This blog post looks at letters of indemnity, a sometimes...
Further to our earlier post on the month-long extension of the Furlough Scheme until December (link below), Rishi Sunak has announced today (5 November 2020)...
The European Union passed a sixth version of its Directive on Administrative Cooperation in the Field of Taxation, known as "DAC 6" (Directive (EU) 2018/82 2)...
The third judgment in the Lloyds court proceedings on Guaranteed Minimum Pension (GMP) equalisation has now been handed down (Lloyds Banking Group Pensions Trustees Ltd v Lloyds Bank PLC & Ors...
this article we consider the recent Supreme Court decision in Alexander Devine Children's Cancer Trust v Housing Solutions Ltd and consider the lessons that developers (in particular) might learn from it.
Haseltine Lake Kempner LLP
As the development and possible approval of a vaccine for Covid-19 gathers momentum, we take a brief look at and reflect on the life of the American microbiologist...
Fakhoury Global Immigration
The increase in the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) from £400 to £624, will take effect on October 27, 2020. UK immigration applications submitted before October 27 will therefore be significantly cheaper.