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Lacking credibility? An expert’s overriding duty to the Upper Tribunal

The case of Heath Colin v London Southend Airport clarifies the obligations of experts when giving evidence to the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber)
27 August 2021

Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) bans Instagram influencers’ ads for disregarding ad rules

Two Instagram influencers’ ads have been banned by the ASA for breaching the ad rules following ASA’s earlier warning to influencers and brands over widespread non-compliance
25 August 2021

The Axminster Twist: Forfeiture, Limitation and Interest

A key case for all trustees which addressed whether claims by members for underpayments were time barred and/or forfeited under the scheme’s rules
20 August 2021

The Williams Shapps Plan for Rail: What is the future for Britain’s stations?

In this article, we consider who'll be responsible for Britain’s stations, what the station environment will look like and how the proposed reforms may deliver for passengers and stimulate investment
16 August 2021

The new UK national security and investment merger control regime – latest developments

We summarise the latest developments relating to the new UK national security and investment merger control regime, which will come into force on 4 January 2022
16 August 2021

Beyond Level Zero - what next for employers in Scotland?

In this article, we discuss the next steps and useful resources for employers in Scotland as restrictions ease
06 August 2021

The role of green hydrogen in UK power generation

The UK Government intends to support the role and use of hydrogen in the UK by introducing a number of measures and policies, including a £240 million Net Zero Hydrogen Fund. In this article we consider use of hydrogen in the UK, in particular the role of green hydrogen
03 August 2021

Turbulent Times: Considering the impact of Covid-19 on ATOL Holders in the travel sector

In this article, we discuss how the pandemic has affected ATOL Holders, what steps industry stakeholders are taking to bounce back and what the expectations are for the industry’s recovery
30 July 2021

Italian consortium successfully opposes BROSECCO wine mark on the grounds of Prosecco PDO

The Consortium for the Protection of the Controlled Designation of Origin Prosecco successfully opposed UK registration BROSECCO for wine in Class 33
29 July 2021

Offshore Wind: The Changing Landscape of Offshore Operation & Maintenance

The sixth of our series on offshore wind looks at the future of the UK offshore O&M industry in the context of exponential offshore wind growth

28 July 2021

Swatch successfully appeals Apple UK bad faith parody claims

The UK High Court held that harmless or amusing parody per se is not an inherently dishonest practice leading to a finding of bad faith, if it is not offensive

28 July 2021

The Draft Building Safety Bill – Burges Salmon’s view

In this article, we provide our analysis of the main concerns with, and implications of, the draft Building Safety Bill
27 July 2021

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