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Government guidance on contractual breaches during COVID-19

Government guidance urges all contracting parties to 'act responsibly and fairly' in the interests of the wider market when dealing with difficulties in delivering existing contracts
14 May 2020

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Burges Salmon advises Leonardo Electronics Group Pension Scheme trustees on £160m buy-in

The firm’s Pensions team has advised Leonardo’s trustees on a £160 million buy-in with financial services specialist Just Group
14 May 2020

Restrictive covenants and compulsory share transfer regimes

A recent Court of Appeal case considers the proper construction of restrictive covenants and suggests the possibility of such covenants applying without limit in time
12 May 2020

COVID-19: Legal implications of the UK Government’s new contact-tracing app

We investigate the data protection implications of contact-tracing apps, as the UK Government begins trialling the new NHSX app this week
07 May 2020

Summary Judgment: a powerful enforcement tool in a brand owner’s armoury

The bailiffs featured in the ‘Can’t Pay? We’ll Take it Away!’ TV show successfully applied for summary judgment in passing off against a rival debt collection agency
07 May 2020

PASA consultation on draft Defined Benefit Transfers Code of Good Practice Consultation

Suzanne Padmore and Susannah Young discuss the Pensions Administration Standards Association’s consultation - safeguarding of members’ benefits a key objective
07 May 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

New guidance on furlough and pensions: what employers and scheme trustees need to know

The Pensions Regulator has provided clarity on the interaction between pensions and furlough. Additional care must be taken in cases where pay is reduced
04 May 2020

Rural Estates and COVID-19: legal issues in a time of crisis

There are a number of legal issues that may arise for rural estates as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and we set out some of the key ones below
04 May 2020

IPEC claims: clarification that the legal costs recovery cap of £50K is inclusive of VAT

The only exceptions to the cap on the recovery of legal costs is where a party behaves unreasonably (CPR 45.32) or where ‘Henderson’ exceptional circumstances apply
04 May 2020

Mind the gap: indemnity provisions and pre-completion loss

We take a look at a recent High Court decision and its implications for drafting indemnities in sale agreements. Is the wording 'prior to Completion' sufficient?
01 May 2020

Electronic Communications Code: Ensure you play by the rules!

In its latest Code decision, the Upper Tribunal set a further marker of its expectations relating to the conduct of parties in Code litigation
01 May 2020
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