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COP26 and its impact on rural land

COP26 is happening in the UK in November 2020. This matters for the agricultural sector
19 February 2020

Podcast: Brexit - the deal, the transition and trade

In our series of podcasts 'Brexit, the deal, the transition and trade', we discuss the latest developments on Brexit and how this affects businesses and the future of international trade
18 February 2020

The road to UK REACH - what happens next?

In an article for Chemical Watch, Simon Tilling, partner and head of environmental law, and Tom Gillett, solicitor, outline the key dates and potential challenges ahead for business

17 February 2020

Proposed changes to the risk assessment framework for independent healthcare providers

Revised risk assessment to consider the financial sustainability of independent providers of NHS services
17 February 2020

Town and village green law: Supreme Court decision on ‘statutory incompatibility’

Overview of a lifeline from the Supreme Court to help save land held for statutory purposes being registered as a town or village green
17 February 2020

Press release

Burges Salmon completes trio of acquisitions for Phillips 66

The firm’s Corporate team has advised longstanding client Phillips 66 on three acquisitions for JET Retail UK

17 February 2020

Group litigation for personal data breaches – where are we now?

A new wave of group litigation under data protection legislation means that businesses need to be increasingly vigilant when negotiating data protection indemnities
14 February 2020

SkyKick: trade marks with broad specifications are valid unless registered in bad faith

The CJEU has held that the use of broad terms in a trade mark specification is not grounds for invalidity but a lack of intention to use the mark for those goods and services could amount to bad faith
14 February 2020

Entrepreneurs’ Relief and the Budget

Rumours of radical change to Entrepreneurs’ Relief in Budget 2020 – what’s the background to this, and is there anything business owners can do?
14 February 2020

Seeing red: UK High Court holds Babybel's 'red wax' trade mark invalid

The UK IPO’s decision to invalidate the Babybel shape trade mark was upheld by the High Court due to lack of clarity and precision in the colour 'red'

13 February 2020

Time to decide...how to exercise contractual discretion five years after the Braganza case

Contracts often allow parties to make decisions but recent cases show that there may be strings attached and that decisions can be challenged by the courts
13 February 2020

Investing in the UK's telecoms networks: Ofcom's plans to encourage investment

Ofcom recently published its consultation on plans to encourage investment in fibre networks.

13 February 2020
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