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COVID-19: Green light for 'closed' company general meetings

The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill will enable companies and other qualifying bodies to hold general meetings on a 'closed' basis. The deadline for AGMs will also be extended
26 May 2020

Procurement Challenges: High Court reiterates the importance of getting limitation right

A recent High Court decision has reiterated the importance of challenging procurement decisions at the right time: Riverside Truck Rental Limited v Lancashire County Council
26 May 2020

Russell Adams v Carey Pensions: What does it mean for SIPP operators?

We review the long awaited judgment and give our view on the key takeaways for SIPP operators and potential areas for future regulatory development as a result
26 May 2020

You’ve discovered a cyber or data breach – what should you do next?

This article highlights the key issues a business needs to address in the immediate aftermath of a cyber or data incident
22 May 2020

Understanding rules of origin for the food and drink industry

Following the UK Government’s newly published post-Brexit tariff regime, we take a look at the impact of rules of origin in trade agreements and what food and drink businesses can do to prepare
22 May 2020

Managing Environmental Compliance – an update following guidance from the regulators

As the country deals with COVID-19 we consider the response from the Environment Agency and other UK regulators

22 May 2020

Will the Construction Leadership Council's new guidance help avoid construction disputes?

Jessica Evans discusses the recently published Construction Leadership Council guidance in relation to COVID-19 and its impacts on the construction industry
22 May 2020

Highly Automated Road Passenger Services: Law Commissions analyse consultation responses

Widespread support points to the eventual creation of a new regulated mode of public transport by automated vehicles in the concept of HARPS
21 May 2020

Amazon not liable for mere storage of grey market perfumes

In Coty v Amazon the CJEU has ruled on warehouse provider and e-commerce platform liability for trade mark infringement in the EU

21 May 2020

Pensions taxation: HMRC wins at the upper tribunal on in-specie contributions

In HMRC v Sippchoice [2020] UKUT 0149 (TCC), the Upper Tribunal decided that member contributions must be paid in money form to qualify for tax relief
21 May 2020

COVID-19: The ICO issues new guidance on contact-tracing apps

The ICO has released guidance on the development of contact-tracing apps, as the digital arm of the NHS (NHSX) trials its new app
19 May 2020

COVID-19: New Regulations enable local authorities in Wales to meet and vote remotely

New Coronavirus Regulations assist local authorities in Wales to continue making decisions as rules are relaxed with regards to physical presence at meetings
19 May 2020
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