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War in Ukraine: can UK businesses terminate contracts with Russian businesses or Russian individuals?

Can UK businesses terminate contracts with Russian businesses or Russian individuals which are not caught by UK sanctions?

22 March 2022

Part 2 of the National Food Strategy: Making the best use of UK farmland

In this third instalment of our mini-series on Part 2 of the National Food Strategy, we consider Henry Dimbleby’s recommendations for the transition to sustainable farmland with a view to achieving the Government’s target of ‘net zero’ emissions by 2050
17 March 2022

Part 2 of the National Food Strategy: Reducing diet-related inequality

In the second part of our mini-series on Henry Dimbleby's long-awaited National Food Strategy Part 2, we consider the objectives to eliminate food inequality and considerations for the food industry
15 March 2022

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

How 'Green' are you? 'Greenwashing' claims scrutinised by regulators

Retail businesses should be aware of the risks of misleading consumers in relation to environmental claims

28 September 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

FCA issues final set of rules to improve operational resilience within the UK’s financial sector

The FCA has recently published rules establishing operational resilience as a central regulatory requirement for regulated financial services businesses
20 May 2021

Social media influencers ‘on notice’ by ASA over widespread failure to disclose ads

ASA spot check shows 'unacceptable' levels of non-compliance with ad rules by social media influencers. Warning by ASA that enforcement action could follow

06 April 2021

European Commission publishes draft UK adequacy decision following Brexit

Businesses appear increasingly likely to be able to continue freely transferring data between the EEA and the UK, as the European Commission publishes a draft adequacy decision in respect of the UK
25 February 2021

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Webinar on-demand: Brexit: a month to go - issues for the Food & Drink sector

In this on-demand webinar, first broadcast on 1 December 2020, we discuss the key issues that businesses need to be aware of ahead of the UK’s exit from the European Union
10 December 2020

Food and Drink businesses: are you Brexit ready?

As we head into the final days of the Brexit transition period, we take a look at labelling changes food businesses must consider, whether they are trading in the UK or the EU
02 December 2020

The EDPB provides guidance on data transfers and use of Model Clauses

Following the CJEU’s judgment in Schrems II, the EDPB has issued formal guidance on international data transfers as well as a new draft form of Standard Contractual Clauses
20 November 2020
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