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The announcement last week by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it intends to introduce wide-ranging climate-related...
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Last week, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) published a response to three questions posed by the Government as regards to...
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In a ruling given on 22 March 2022, the Californian courts have discharged the long-standing conservatorship over the actress Amanda...
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It comes as no surprise that the Spring Statement 2022 is focused on the cost of living crisis exacerbated by the war in Ukraine. As well...
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A recent Technology and Construction Court case provides useful guidance about the correct party to issue default notices under many...
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Yesterday, the Chancellor delivered his first Spring Statement since the pandemic, against the backdrop of a cost of living crisis and a...
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The UK Prospectus Regime Review Outcome (PRRO) published by HM Treasury at the beginning of March 2022 gives us further insight into the...
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One of many constitutional law principles that lawyers are supposed to pick up at university is that tax is such a sovereignty issue that...
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The OECD continued the process of Pillar Two implementation with two announcements on Monday 14 March.The first was the publication of...
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Activist shareholder, ClientEarth, has sent a letter before action to the board of Shell alleging breaches of the directors’ duties to...
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The short answer is yes – but a recent High Court decision reminds sellers (and their advisers) that caveat emptor has its limitations...
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I recently attended Built Environment Communications Group (BECG)’s seminar on:the Government’s “Levelling Up” initiative;the further...
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The House of Commons passed the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Bill (ECB) on Monday, after an extraordinarily speedy...
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The High Court has recently decided that a contractor’s claim was out of time because the right to payment arose when the works were...
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Last week, the EU set out its proposal for a new Directive on corporate due diligence to enhance the regulatory framework on sustainable...
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It is settled law that merging parties can sue the Commission for damages following a flawed prohibition decision under the EU Merger...