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Procurement Policy Note PPN 02/23 – Modern Slavery – What you need to do to comply

PPN 02/23 on Tackling Modern Slavery in Government Supply Chains is extensive and detailed.  This article provides the essentials with which contracting authorities and bidders will need to get to grips, before 1 April 2023
16 February 2023

Common Land –High Court confirms camping not “open-air recreation”

No right of wild camping on Dartmoor Commons
16 February 2023

Developing Common Land – what do I need to consider?

This case considers the lawfulness of a section 38 consent under the Commons Act 2006 for the first time in the High Court
16 February 2023

Energy efficient retrofitting – without it, net zero targets in the built environment can never be achieved

For the UK to hit its net zero targets, the energy efficiency of existing properties must improve. We explore the obstacles to energy efficient retrofitting.
16 February 2023

The Next Step: Civil Aviation Authority launches next phase of consultation on ATOL reform

In this article, we consider the response to the CAA’s initial consultation and the CAA’s next phase of consultation
07 February 2023

What to expect from environmental law in 2023

In this article, we look ahead to six key areas of development in environmental law and policy expected in 2023
02 February 2023

UK IPO confirms the need for a UK Address for Service

In a new Practice Notice the UK IPO has confirmed the need for rightsholders to appoint a valid UK Address for Service
31 January 2023

NIS2 Directive comes into force to create a common level of cybersecurity

The NIS 2 Directive came into force on 16 January 2023, repealing the NIS Directive, and creating a common level of cybersecurity
30 January 2023

Reputation alone insufficient to support trade mark opposition in Puma v DN Solutions (T-4/22)

Even public awareness of a trade mark’s reputation may not be enough to establish the mental ‘link’ needed for a reputation-based opposition 
27 January 2023

Meta fined €390m by Irish Data Protection Commission for forcing users to accept targeted ads

We consider the recent Irish Data Protection Commission fine to Meta for forcing users to accept targeted adverts
27 January 2023

TPR and FCA strategy update: “We will continue to work...closely...as we carry out these joint workstreams”

The Pensions Regulator and the Financial Conduct Authority update on their ongoing cooperation to protect pension savers and enhance their outcomes
24 January 2023

Supporting clients through their philanthropy lifecycle

From identifying a client’s values and devising a strong strategy to troubleshooting problems, our role as lawyers is to provide a holistic service.

20 January 2023

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