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By Claire Fallows, Dan Murphy
The Conservative Party Conference is in full swing this week, and Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick took to the podium on Monday to announce the Government's "vision" for reforming the planning ...
By Nick White
Those of us sufficiently grey of hair and wrinkled of flesh may remember a decision made some 17 years ago that the trade mark TOTTENHAM
By Rose Carey, Kelvin Tanner
As you may be aware, a new Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules was published on 9 September 2019.
By Olivier Cavadini
At its meeting on 27 September 2019, the Federal Council decided that the Federal Law on the Implementation of the Recommendations...
By Mark Bailey
While cyber risk has taken much of the attention in the news, the UK government and regulators have been increasing their focus more generally on operational resilience and its impact on the economy
By Michael Wells-Greco
Building a family as an LGBTI+ parent takes planning. Whether your family grows through IVF, a co-parenting arrangement or surrogacy, the addition of a new family member is life changing.
By Lydia Zakrzewski
The Court of Appeal clarifies the test to be applied in deciding whether the written terms of a contract may be rectified because of a common mistake.
By Paul Stone
Ofcom has issued a statement of objections to Royal Mail's ParcelForce division and Despatch Bay in relation to an agreement ...
By Laure De Ganay
The Paris Court of Appeal has recently found a company liable for the death of an employee on a business trip who died of a heart attack while having sex with a stranger (decision no. 16/08787).
By Emma Bartlett
In the age of #MeToo it is easy to assume that any unwanted physical contact between a manager and a junior employee would automatically amount to sexual harassment.
By Laure Cordt-Møller
The two states had signed the protocol on 23 September 2009 in order to revise their 1996 DTA. Ratified in 2010 by the Federal Assembly
By Oliver Park
This issue was considered by the Court in the recent decision of Stanning v. Baldwin [2019] EWHC 1350. The Claimant, Glynis Stanning,
By Paul Stone
Secretary of State decides not to appeal decision in Evening Standard/Independent public interest case
By Peter Byrd
An ECJ ruling clarifies the power of EU Trade Mark Courts in Member States to deal with online infringement of EU trade marks where the target audience is in one Member
By Michael O'Connor
In June 2019 the government issued its extensive consultation, Building a safer future: proposals for reform of the building safety regulatory system.
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