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In 2015, the Government introduced the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) to look to drive improvements in the energy efficiency...
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ESG litigation risk has become a growing concern for businesses as claimants pursue increasingly innovative causes of action (see our...
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On 9 December, the Chancellor announced a package of over 30 reforms to the UK’s financial regulations, an attempt to achieve the biggest...
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Climate scientists now believe that there is a 50% probability of the earth’s average temperature exceeding 1.5 degrees celsius above...
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The much-hyped “Merge”, whereby the Ethereum blockchain merges with a system called Beacon Chain, has finally happened.  The change moves...
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The Court of Appeal has granted permission for a significant group action to proceed against one of the world’s largest mining concerns,...
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The European Business Tax Forum (EBTF) last week released its first working draft of a set of “best practices for good tax governance”....
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Macfarlanes' Corporate Law Update reported on the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)’s recently-published policy statement on diversity...
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Last week Ras Berglund and I spoke at the ESOP Centre’s 2022 Share Schemes Symposium about the growing impact of ESG on executive...
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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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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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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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David Gauke, Isobel Morton and Rachel Richardson discuss the headlines and implications from the recent COP26.
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This blog was prompted by an intriguing report published on 6 November in The Telegraph: UK FTSE 250 outsourcer/service provider has...
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The FCA has published its final rules for the Long Term Asset Fund (LTAF). The LTAF is a new authorised fund vehicle that aims to make it...