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How will Brexit affect trade in the UK food and drink sector?

This article considers the government’s paper on future customs arrangements and the impact of trade and tariffs in the UK food and drink sector after Brexit.
11 September 2017

An introduction to smart contracts

Through blockchain technology, smart contracts are set to revolutionise legal and commercial transactions. We look at how smart contracts work, the benefits and whether we can get rid of lawyers.
11 September 2017

EBA consults on fintech and the future financial services landscape

The EBA’s discussion paper considers how fintech is changing financial services and the opportunities and risks this brings for the industry.
07 September 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon named Private Client Legal Team of the Year at STEP Private Client Awards

Burges Salmon is winner of the Legal Team of the Year – Large Firm category at the STEP Private Client Awards 2017/18.
07 September 2017

Oco Limited and others v HMRC: lessons for trustees exercising discretionary powers

This recent judgment provides guidance as to what a trustee must consider when exercising a discretionary power of appointment and commentary on the distinction between bare and discretionary trusts.
06 September 2017

Battery storage: getting your construction and operation contracts right

Battery storage projects typically have multiple revenue streams and revenue contracts. We explore the challenges for parties looking to build, operate and finance battery storage projects.
05 September 2017

Get ready for GDPR: cross-border data transfers

What steps can you take now to prepare for the new GDPR rules on cross-border data transfers?
05 September 2017

Consumer credit: FCA consultation targets creditworthiness assessments

The FCA consultation distinguishes between two main areas of risk when assessing consumer credit: credit risk and affordability risk. We look at the proposed changes to creditworthiness assessments.
04 September 2017

Corporate governance reforms: world-leading or watered-down?

The government's package of corporate governance reforms has been announced.
04 September 2017

Blog

The impact of ecommerce on UK infrastructure

In this interview Burges Salmon's Matt Sims discusses the logistical challenges facing retailers and the impact of ecommerce on UK infrastructure.
01 September 2017

New controls on member-borne charges and early exit costs from 1 October

Early exit costs are controlled for the first time in trust based schemes and the end comes into sight for charging structures that leave members paying for services to the employer.
31 August 2017

Casinos and money laundering: five things you need to know

Casinos have historically been at risk of exploitation by those seeking to launder criminal property. We look at five things you need to know about the problem, rules and changes to sector guidance.
31 August 2017
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