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Burges Salmon advises on landmark investment in Welsh renewable energy co-op

The firm helped award-winning community wind farm Awel Co-op to secure a £5.25m investment from Triodos Bank.
23 May 2017

The 'Great Repeal Bill' White Paper

We examine the government's White Paper on the proposed approach to withdrawing from the European Union and what will happen to EU-derived law.
22 May 2017

Hotel price parity clauses: bookings, consumers and competition law

A consensus view seems to have emerged among competition authorities in relation to pricing parity clauses imposed by online travel agents, but the sector remains under scrutiny.
19 May 2017

Protecting brand value: online sale restrictions and competition law

Luxury brands often attempt to restrict online sales in case their brand investment is tarnished by becoming available on discount websites. This can potentially lead to competition law issues.
19 May 2017

Employment contract jurisdiction: where does an employee habitually work?

What determines the jurisdiction of employment contracts where employees work in multiple countries? The Advocate General has given an opinion concerning mobile workers in the air transport sector.
18 May 2017

ECON reports on fintech and the future of financial services

We consider the European Parliament's report, 'FinTech: the influence of technology on the future of the financial sector'.
17 May 2017

FCA delivers speech on cyber-security in the financial sector

In the wake of the recent WannaCry attack, we examine a speech by the FCA on the threat of cyber-attacks in the financial services sector and what businesses can do to manage them.
17 May 2017

Publication

Guide to operational waste and fuelled renewables projects

This guide is for anyone with an interest in the operation and financing life cycle of waste and fuelled renewables projects.
16 May 2017

Corporate offences of failure to prevent facilitation of tax evasion: what you should know

We look at the corporate offences which are expected to come into force in September with the Criminal Finances Act 2017.
12 May 2017

Crowdfunding: restriction on 'offers to the public'

Investment-based crowdfunding platforms are usually well-educated on financial promotions but, in the race to raise funds, may overlook another area of key legal importance.
11 May 2017

The Bus Services Act 2017: key issues

The Bus Services Act 2017 has received Royal Assent and this article considers the key changes and concerns. 
09 May 2017

The new normal: SFO enters into £129 million Deferred Prosecution Agreement with Tesco

In entering its fourth deferred prosecution agreement, the Serious Fraud Office has imposed a fine of £129 million on Tesco for artificially inflating its profits and misleading investors.
05 May 2017
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