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LexisPSL – Is the scope for environmental gain on the wane after the referendum result?

With a large amount of environmental legislation in the UK based on EU law what does the referendum result mean for the future of the UK’s environment?
26 July 2016


Planning and CPO – Summer 2016

The summer edition of our planning and CPO newsletter covers judicial limits in judicial review, sustainable housing and more. 
14 July 2016


Behaving badly

Employers need to tread carefully in situations where disparity of treatment arises. Associate Natalie Jeffries looks at the lessons learned from key cases.
08 July 2016


Concept – Summer 2016

Welcome to the summer 2016 edition of Concept, the news bulletin from Burges Salmon’s intellectual property team.
01 July 2016


Planning solutions to the housing crisis

Julian Boswall and Alex Minhinick discuss government proposals for the delivery of housing, the progress towards a devolved planning system in Wales, and recent decisions on the NPPF.
23 June 2016


Pillow talk? Protecting confidential information in the workplace

What are an employer’s options for protecting confidential information if an employee has a personal relationship with somebody who works for a competitor? Luke Bowery and Kate Redshaw explain.
22 June 2016


Direct power purchase agreement

Direct power purchase agreements continue to offer greater choice for generators and large electricity consumers. In this Briefing, we provide detail on direct PPA structures being used in the market.
14 June 2016


Insurers are on an uncertain footing with new EU's data regime

Thomas Webb and David Varney have co-authored an article on the new European anti-money laundering rules and their impact on insurers. 

10 June 2016


Bus Services Bill: congestion ahead?

The Bus Services Bill has finally made an appearance in the House of Lords on 19 May 2016, a day after its announcement in the Queen’s Speech.
06 June 2016


The Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010

The Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010 will come into force in August 2016. The purpose is to aid claimants in procuring recoveries from insurers of insolvent defendants.
03 June 2016


6 years in prison for reckless disregard of nut allergy

It has recently been reported that a curry house owner was convicted of gross negligence and sentenced to six years imprisonment after the death of a customer with a nut allergy kind.
01 June 2016


Interviews under Caution

Authorities use interviews under caution (PACE interviews) to obtain information during regulatory investigation. This guidance note sets out some useful information on the topic.
31 May 2016

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