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International Family Law: Brexit…one year on

One year after Brexit, there remain challenges for international families involved in divorce and separation
16 December 2021

What is and what is not a proprietary estoppel claim? Earl of Plymouth v Rees and the limits of a claim in proprietary estoppel

The decision in the Earl of Plymouth v Rees proprietary estoppel claim summarises the applicable principles and shows the limits of proprietary estoppel as a cause of action
16 December 2021

Family Law in the Pandemic – time to revisit settlements?

Should Financial Settlements on Divorce be reviewed in light of the economic impact of Covid-19?
16 December 2021

Square Inc. left feeling short-changed after General Court upholds EUIPO Cash App decision

The General Court affirms the EUIPO Board of Appeal’s decision that a mobile payment service’s figurative mark lacked distinctive character
13 December 2021

GMP equalisation exercises - some help for beleaguered trustees

PASA has published a raft of new guidance to help schemes tackle their GMP equalisation exercises.  We highlight some key next steps for trustees from the guides
10 December 2021

The UK proposed business model for Low Carbon Hydrogen

Initial thoughts on the design of the UK financial support mechanism to promote hydrogen production have been published. Anyone involved in UK hydrogen should be aware of the key points
09 December 2021

Part 2 of the National Food Strategy: Breaking the Junk Food Cycle

This article is the first in a mini-series that will consider the four ‘strategic objectives’ recommended by the National Food Strategy: Part 2 and the impact these may have on the food industry

26 November 2021

Top ten tips for moving to the UK from South Africa

A quick guide to making your move to the UK from South Africa a little less stressful
24 November 2021

It's all change for how employers manage tips

We consider the changes that employers might expect following the government’s response to its 2016 consultation on tipping practices
23 November 2021

The National Security and Investment Act: Key considerations for lenders

We have examined some of the possible documentation amendments for lenders to consider in relation to the impact of the National Security and Investment Act.
19 November 2021

Increased climate change reporting requirements for occupational pension schemes

In this article we look at the DWP consultation on Climate and investment reporting and what the practical implications of this will be for schemes, trustees and advisers
16 November 2021

Sazerac EAGLE RARE prevails in the war of the whiskeys

The Court of Appeal rejects an attempt to overturn a UK High Court decision based on indirect consumer confusion
11 November 2021

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