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By Travers Smith Employment Department
British Airways has apologised for what has been described as a sophisticated breach of its security systems, leading to some customers' personal and financial details being compromised.
By Jonathan Rush, Rachel Woodburn
Are we heading towards no deal, "blind Brexit" or something else altogether? We look at what to expect in the final months of the Brexit negotiations.
By Dan Reavill, Louisa Chambers, James Longster
The European body responsible for .eu domain name registrations, EURid, has recently published a press release addressing whether businesses will be able to maintain their .eu domain name...
By Nigel Seay, Stephen Whitfield
In the latest of a series of procedural breaches that have been punished by the UK and EU merger control authorities, over the summer the UK CMA fined Electro Rent £100,000 for failure to comply with the requirements...
By Travers Smith LLP
The FRC has published a new version of The UK Corporate Governance Code.
By Peter Hughes, Jonathan Gilmour, Vanessa Battaglia, Cindy Smith, Joseph Wren
After almost a year of discussion, on 12 June 2018 the European Parliament approved a revised proposal put forward by the European Commission to amend the terms of EMIR.
By Dan Reavill, Louisa Chambers, James Longster, Anita Sivapalan
The UK's Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, is not one to shy away from a challenge. In the midst of implementing one of the biggest changes ...
By Richard Brown, James Longster
The Network and Information Systems Regulations came into effect with little fanfare on 10 May 2018, when most businesses were in the throes of grappling with GDPR compliance.
By Richard Spedding, Laura Summerfield, Aisling Arthur, Beliz McKenzie
Earlier this week the FRC published the final version of the revised UK Corporate Governance Code, which will take effect for financial years beginning on or after 1 January 2019.
By Aisling Arthur, Beliz McKenzie, Jane Bondoux, Jon Reddington
The requirement will apply to all group companies which individually meet the definition, and not just the parent company.
By Jonathan Rush
With the Brexit timetable becoming increasingly tight, the UK government has finally set out the details of the post-Brexit relationship it wants with the EU in a White Paper.
By Tim Lewis, Jane Tuckley, Phil Bartram, Stephanie Biggs, Ed Mills, Siān Keall, Tim Gilbert, Adam Wyman
On 4 July 2018, the FCA published the following package of documents relating to the extension of the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR) to insurers and all FCA firms.
By Ben Chivers
The hospitality sector is one of the key drivers of the UK economy, which generates £130 billion revenue each year and employs 2.9 million people, including a large number of EU citizens.
By Barry Newman, Nihaal Khanna
In this In Practice article, the authors consider the variety of debt financing solutions
By Travers Smith Employment Department
All-male shortlists should have "no place" at organisations seeking to improve their gender balance, according to the CEO of the Hampton-Alexander Review.
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