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European Commission publishes draft UK adequacy decision following Brexit

Businesses appear increasingly likely to be able to continue freely transferring data between the EEA and the UK, as the European Commission publishes a draft adequacy decision in respect of the UK
25 February 2021

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Webinar on-demand: Brexit: a month to go - issues for the Food & Drink sector

In this webinar, we discuss the key issues that businesses need to be aware of ahead of the UK’s exit from the European Union
10 December 2020

Food and Drink businesses: are you Brexit ready?

As we head into the final days of the Brexit transition period, we take a look at labelling changes food businesses must consider, whether they are trading in the UK or the EU
02 December 2020

The EDPB provides guidance on data transfers and use of Model Clauses

Following the CJEU’s judgment in Schrems II, the EDPB has issued formal guidance on international data transfers as well as a new draft form of Standard Contractual Clauses
20 November 2020

UK Supreme Court can determine global FRAND licence terms

The UK’s highest court has ruled it can require the grant of global 'fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory' licences for 'standard essential patents'

05 October 2020

Google/Fitbit deal runs into competition issues

Competition and data authorities are increasingly using their powers over tech companies; Google/Fitbit is just one example
19 August 2020

UK Global Tariff: customs duty and cash flow

This article looks at practical Brexit planning considerations for businesses likely to be affected by customs duties and their potential impact on cash flow
17 June 2020

The Information Flow

The flow of data within trusted ecosystems of companies, Open Banking and PSD2 is likely to transform the financial services sector
03 June 2020

COVID-19: Current challenges facing food businesses

Food businesses are identifying innovative ways to allow them to continue to trade. In doing so, they must maintain compliance with their legal obligations
05 May 2020

Resolving contractual breaches during COVID-19: Judges call for a 'creative' approach

If you are in a distressed commercial relationship you may be considering litigating. But before you issue that Claim Form, be aware that leading judges are questioning established norms
30 April 2020

COVID-19: Homeworking consumer broadband contracts and Ofcom's Code of Practice

With many employers asking employees to work from home and through VPNs, what are the impacts of greater demands on a family’s broadband?

25 March 2020

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Burges Salmon completes trio of acquisitions for Phillips 66

The firm’s Corporate team has advised longstanding client Phillips 66 on three acquisitions for JET Retail UK

17 February 2020
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