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International data transfers: upcoming changes for UK businesses

Proposed changes to the legal safeguards for exports of personal data from the UK have been laid before Parliament for approval, to come into force on 21 March 2022
25 February 2022

Surrogacy: the current law and proposals for reform

There are calls to reform surrogacy laws to reflect current social attitudes. This article looks at some of the issues and how the law could be changed

25 February 2022

Overseas pensions and divorce

Taking early advice is crucial to avoid the potential pitfalls of dealing with overseas pensions on divorce, and UK pensions in a foreign divorce
21 February 2022

Skillett v Skillett: How well do you know your Will?

How to ensure your Will benefits your loved ones as you intended – even when circumstances change
21 February 2022

The New UK National Security and Investment Merger Control Regime

We summarise the key aspects of the new UK national security and investment regime, which came into full force on 4 January 2022
17 February 2022

Nintendo successfully blocks access to websites hosting infringing content

Nintendo has obtained an injunction against six internet service providers to prevent illegal downloads after a judge holds that a third party website infringed its trade marks and copyright

16 February 2022

Holiday pay for misclassified workers - carry on carrying over

We take a look at the significant holiday pay decision of Smith v Pimlico Plumbers Limited and what it means for employers

09 February 2022

UKIPO refuses NORTON MOTORCYCLE RACING trade mark application

The opposition was upheld based on direct confusion, likelihood of passing off and bad faith, but the opponent’s claim to detriment to reputation was rejected
07 February 2022

Collective Money Purchase (CMP) schemes get ready for take-off in August 2022

We look at the DWP’s response to its consultation on Collective Money Purchase Schemes and the possible implications for pension schemes, employers and members
07 February 2022

Will you meet the upcoming operational resilience deadline?

With the first FCA operational resilience deadline fast approaching, we look at how firms are preparing to meet their obligations and where further work is needed
07 February 2022

When can similar fact evidence be relied upon?

A recent successful application by Burges Salmon’ dispute resolution team highlights factors considered by the English Courts when considering whether to allow similar fact evidence
31 January 2022

Key developments in environmental law in 2021 and what to look for in 2022

As we move into 2022, we look back at some of the key developments in environmental law in 2021 and look ahead to what is coming up in 2022
28 January 2022

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