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By Mathieu Raedts, Nora Wouters
Ten years ago, the first Belgian offshore wind turbines started producing electricity, benefiting from financial support mechanisms
By Victoria L. Middleditch
Earlier this month, the Banking Standards Board (BSB) published the final version of its statement of good practice relating to the regulatory reference requirements established
By Eldor Mannopov, Bobur Shamsiev
It should be emphasized that this document is the second of its kind.
By Frédéric Feyten, Jean-Dominique Morelli, Sophie Arvieux, Ali Ganfoud
In a nutshell, DAC6 introduces a new set of transparency measures by requiring intermediaries or, in the absence of an intermediary
By Verity Buckingham
In Community Based Care Health Ltd v. Narayan UKEAT/0162/18, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has characterised a GP as a worker under the Employment Rights Act 1996.
By John Davison, Christian Blackwell, Elise Ivory
Dentons Risk Consulting delivers a range of design, development, assurance and remediation services to support senior management, compliance and risk functions...
By Gareth Hale, Sarah Lynn Peock
The Electronic Communications Code 2017 (the Code) applies across the whole of the UK and it is therefore an area where English real estate case law
By Laura Morrison
Is it enough that a worker believes a disclosure is in the public interest? In the recent case of Okwu v. Rise Community Action
By Stephen Ashworth
Are the Courts starting to be more generous to Councils when they make mistakes when granting planning permission?
By Marc Elshof
In July 2019, The European Data Protection Board (EDPB) adopted draft Guidelines on processing personal data through video devices
By Lars Kutzner, Christian Schefold, Gabriele Haas
The German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (Bundesministerium der Justiz und für Verbraucherschutz, the "Ministry of Justice") proposed a new Corporate
By Michael Huertas
The European Central Bank (ECB), acting in its role at the head of the Banking Union's Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM), has used its regular supervisory newsletter1, a very welcome communication channel, to remind...
By Aggie Salt
The Scottish courts have held that they can make protective orders against the assets of an employer where a claim is brought against that employer in the employment tribunal.
By Claire McKee
The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) has this month published a fascinating report as part of its Future of Work research programme entitled "Ageing Confidently: Supporting an Ageing
By Claire McKee
There is generally no obligation on an employer to give a reference at all.
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