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By Anjali Raval
The Labour Party has made it clear that it will not support the ‘Great Repeal Bill' in its current form.
By Neil Nicholson, Nikolas Colbridge, David Collins, Darren Acres, Joseph Altendorff, Rachael Dixon, Verity Kent
The new EU Prospectus Regulation 2017/1129 (the Regulation) comes into force on 20 July 2017.
By Gina Unterhalter
The much anticipated independent review of modern working practices by Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Arts, was published this week (11 July 2017).
By Gina Unterhalter
The Court of Appeal has delivered its judgment in the recent whistleblowing case of Chesterton Global Ltd and another v Nurmohamed, the first case of its kind to reach the Court of Appeal.
By Adrian Miedema
A boom truck operator who pleaded guilty to an Occupational Health and Safety Act charge after a workplace fatality, has had a criminal negligence charge against him stayed by the court.
By Alexandra Doucas, Katharine Harle
The FCA has proposed, either in principle or in detail, a number of new measures to address its concerns.
By Verity Buckingham
The UK government's policy paper setting out its offer to EU citizens and their families in the UK has been published.
By Natalia Selyakova
These changes were approved by NBU Resolution No. 61 dated 10 July 2017, which came into force on 11 July 2017 and will be effective until cancelled by the NBU.
By James Hogan, Kamal Mammadzada, Ulvia Zeynalova-Bockin
In late May 2017 the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan signed the new Law on Secured Transactions with Movable Property. The law was prepared based on the UNCITRAL Model Law on Secured Transactions.
By Myron Rabij, Maksym Sysoiev
Please be informed that on 30 June 2017 Procedure on Carrying Out Open Discussion of Draft Decisions of the Ukrainian Regulator No. 866 (the "Procedure")...
By Peter Stockburger
According to a new joint report issued by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)...
By Roy Pinnock
he recent Parkhurst Road appeal decision emphasises the importance of understanding how land value expectation (and so the price for land) should reflect planning policy requirements.
By Mark Bassett, Martin Watt
Procurement challenges focus on sensitive issues for parties and non-parties to the dispute.
By Adrian Miedema
An Ontario company has lost its argument that an Occupational Health and Safety Act prosecution should be ended before the company called any evidence at trial.
By Bernd Geier, Katja Michel
As of 3 January 2018, the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) will significantly amend the way forward for non-EU firms (third country firms) to access the EU market.
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