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Brexit: Article 50 and beyond

The government has triggered Article 50, commencing the Brexit process of withdrawing the UK from the EU.  
29 March 2017

Defined benefit pension schemes: Green Paper – security and sustainability

The government sees no need for a fundamental overhaul of the DB regime but some ideas it floats are radical, like cutting benefits and requiring trustees to have formal training on investment.
29 March 2017

Press release

Burges Salmon shortlisted as Law Firm of Year at Citywealth Magic Circle Awards 2017

The private wealth team from Burges Salmon has been shortlisted in the Law Firm of the Year – London category at the forthcoming Citywealth Magic Circle Awards 2017.
28 March 2017

Tainting protected trusts – trustees beware!

Given the importance of protected trust status, it’s crucial both settlors and trustees understand the steps to take to avoid "tainting" a protected trust, particularly in the context of loans.
27 March 2017

Why businesses should understand fintech

The financial services sector is undergoing a fintech evolution. Celine O’Connor explains what fintech is and why businesses should understand the importance for UK growth.
27 March 2017

Employment law timeline 2017 – 2018

Our employment timeline includes the key dates for employment law reform that employers, HR professionals and in-house lawyers need to know.
23 March 2017

£20m fine will put environmental compliance on the boardroom table

A record environmental fine for sewage spills into the River Thames is designed to send a strong message to boards and shareholders that poor environmental governance is not acceptable.
23 March 2017

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
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