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Webinar on-demand: Burges Salmon & David Fairs - The Pensions Regulator’s approach

In our latest webinar Richard Knight and Clive Pugh discuss the current key considerations in Pensions Regulation with David Fairs, Executive Director at The Pensions Regulator
16 June 2020

UK Technology Industry – Future Tech Strategy and half-year results

The UK Government has announced a package of support for the UK tech industry aiming to continue the impressive levels of investment seen in H1 2020
16 June 2020

Preparing for a return to office working

Planning a safe and lawful return to the office working environment presents many challenges for landlords and occupiers. Here we explore employment law issues

15 June 2020

Delivering solar DCOs

Development consent has been granted for a solar and energy storage project for the first time

15 June 2020

European Commission consults on new market investigation enforcement tool

The European Commission is seeking to broaden its competition law powers to undertake market investigations
12 June 2020

FAQs: UK immigration options and tax considerations for Hong Kong citizens

As a result of the uncertainties and unrest in Hong Kong, a significant number of Hong Kong citizens have been considering their options to emigrate
12 June 2020

Divorce and Family Law during the COVID-19 pandemic: FAQs

COVID-19 has heightened the emotional toll of divorce, financial remedy and children proceedings. We address clients’ FAQs
11 June 2020

How to navigate the brand protection challenges exacerbated by COVID-19

Following the shift to digital platforms and e-commerce in the wake of COVID-19, we look at how to protect revenue streams and brand value against counterfeiters
10 June 2020


Burges Salmon's Edinburgh Office - One Year On

Burges Salmon celebrates the first anniversary of the opening of its Edinburgh office as the firm continues to demonstrate its commitment to the Scottish market and its long-standing Scottish practice
10 June 2020

No damages where defendant does not know that use of confidential information is “misuse”

When seeking damages for misuse of confidential information, claimants must show that the defendant knew that they were not authorised to use the relevant information
10 June 2020

Listed building enforcement: a new appeal consideration

The recent Supreme Court case of Dill looks to the heart of listed building protection, giving new guidance on whether something is a ‘building’
09 June 2020

Listed companies: Navigating financial reporting in the current climate

With the wave of uncertainty caused by COVID-19 we take a look at recent changes to the financial reporting obligations of listed companies

08 June 2020
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