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The new Electronic Communications Code – what does it mean for landowners?

The new Electronic Communications Code is designed to promote investment in communications and give greater freedom to operators. But how will it affect landowners?
21 March 2017

Can a variation to a development agreement be challenged by interested parties?

A case that concerned a judicial review of a decision to vary a development agreement will make it more difficult for interested parties to challenge a procurement process.
21 March 2017

Oxford Farming Conference: can politicians influence the future of farming?

Four themes emerged from this year’s Oxford Farming Conference, some of them are perennial themes now seen in the new context of Brexit rather than new ideas.
20 March 2017

Ilott v Mitson: Supreme Court overturns decision in daughter's Inheritance Act claim

The Court of Appeal's decision to increase the inheritance awarded to an estranged adult daughter has been overturned. We look at the Ilott v Mitson decision and assess its impact for testators. 
20 March 2017

Renewable energy on farms

Renewable energy projects on farms have become increasingly popular. However, recent changes to planning mechanisms are limiting what farmers and landowners can do.
20 March 2017

Changes to insurance for driverless cars

The Vehicle Transport and Aviation Bill is the government's first proposed change to support driverless car technology. What does this mean for insurance and the introduction of driverless cars?
17 March 2017

InsurTech: digitisation in an age-old industry

A snapshot of major changes to the insurance value chain driven by emerging technologies.
17 March 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon named Trainee and Junior Lawyer Firm of the Year 2017

The firm was recognised as the strongest overall performer in the category at the inaugural Legal Cheek Awards. 
17 March 2017

The new Prospectus Regulation: easier, faster and cheaper?

The EU Prospectus Regulation is aimed at making it simpler and less expensive for companies, especially SMEs, to access and raise money in the capital markets.
16 March 2017

Distributed generation – reduction in embedded benefits

Following a recent review, Ofgem has proposed a significant reduction in embedded benefits for distributed generation.
15 March 2017

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Burges Salmon appointed to Tier 1 of the government CCS General Legal Services panel

The 12 firms on the panel will be preferred suppliers for the UK government.
14 March 2017

Subject Access Requests: obligation to comply confirmed by Court of Appeal

To what extent are businesses obliged to comply with Subject Access Requests? We review the most recent Court of Appeal decisions on this issue.
13 March 2017
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