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Brexit: what next for the food and drink sector?

What does the referendum vote to withdraw from the EU mean for Food and Drink businesses, and what happens next?
24 June 2016

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Burges Salmon advises Virgin Active on sale of 35 gyms and health clubs

Burges Salmon has advised Virgin Active on the sale of up to 35 gyms and health clubs to Nuffield Health, led by a cross-firm team comprising corporate, real estate, commercial and employment support.
20 June 2016

State aid case alert

The Court of Appeal in R (Sky Blue Sports Leisure Ltd & Ors) v Coventry City Council upheld the judgment that a £14.4m loan by Coventry Council to a subsidiary it jointly owned was not state aid.
19 May 2016

Final Adoption of General Data Protection Regulation by European Parliament

The European Parliament gave its formal approval on Thursday to the proposed text of the General Data Protection Regulation.
15 April 2016

Unfair terms 6 months on

The Consumer Rights Act 2015 came into force six months ago in October 2015. The Competition and Markets Authority has now published Guidance on writing fair contracts.
30 March 2016

New Utilities and Concession Contracts Regulations

The Utilities Contracts Regulations 2016 (“UCR”) and the Concession Contracts Regulations 2016 (“CCR”) were laid before Parliament on 17 March and will come into force on 18 April 2016.
21 March 2016


Concept - Spring 2016

Welcome to the Spring 2016 edition of Concept, the news bulletin from Burges Salmon’s Intellectual Property Team.
21 March 2016


Wrangling with TUPE in procurement documents

Bidders and purchasers should ensure they understand employment law ramifications of what goes into a bid document to avoid information and consultation obligations and costly penalties.
18 March 2016

ICO’s Corporate Plan launched for 2016 – 2019

The ICO has launched its Corporate Plan for 2016 – 2019 (the “Plan”), detailing how it intends to achieve its objectives within the next three years.
01 March 2016

UK government guidance to prevent localised boycotts of international bidders

Central government has moved to clamp down on public sector bodies refusing to procure from certain countries on political grounds (Town-Hall Boycotts).
19 February 2016


Seeing the wood for the trees: The new General Data Protection Regulation

EU governing bodies recently reached agreement on the new General Data Protection Regulation text after months of ongoing trilogue negotiations. This guide summarises key provisions and impacts.
17 February 2016


Safe Harbour 2.0: The EU/US Privacy Shield

In February the European Commission and US Government announced the agreement of a new framework for the flow of personal data across the Atlantic, which has been branded the ‘EU/US Privacy Shield’.
10 February 2016
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