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Online Safety Bill: Everything you need to know

We examine the UK government’s Online Safety Bill following on from its previous White Paper and initial response, and take a look at the key points
24 May 2021

Stop scrolling: EDPB adopts guidelines on targeting of social media users

In April 2021, the European Data Protection Board ('EDPB') adopted final guidelines on the targeting of social media users (the 'Guidelines')
21 May 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

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Burges Salmon advises Element Solutions on acquisition of H.K. Wentworth Group

A cross-firm team has advised the leading specialty chemicals company on the $60 million acquisition of H.K. Wentworth Group
20 May 2021

Immigration: getting right to work checks right after Brexit

We consider an employer’s duty to conduct right to work checks and how to comply with new obligations in respect of EU, EEA and Swiss nationals following Brexit
20 May 2021

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Burges Salmon shortlisted in UK Pensions Awards 2021

The firm is nominated for ‘Pensions Lawyers of the Year’ at Professional Pensions’ UK Pensions Awards 2021
19 May 2021

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Burges Salmon advises Darwin Alternatives' Bereavement Services Fund on Memoria Group acquisitions

Burges Salmon has advised the fund on its acquisition of Memoria’s nationwide portfolio of crematoria and memorial parks and Low Cost Funeral Ltd
19 May 2021

Paying for Grenfell: Consultation on proposed residential property developer tax

In this article we consider the proposed new tax on property developers to contribute towards the cost of replacing unsafe cladding on high-rise residential buildings
19 May 2021

Agents Beware! The Citibank/Revlon case – are there English law implications?

We consider the implications of the Citibank/Revlon payment error case on facility agents in English law governed financings
18 May 2021

Cancelled or delayed? European Super League competition law case study

As fans breathe a sigh of relief that the ESL plans have been dropped, we consider potential competition law claims that both UEFA and the teams could have made
14 May 2021

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Burges Salmon advises Santander on growth funding support for Whyte Bikes

The firm’s Banking and Finance team has advised Santander on a facility to support growth capital investment in the leading mountain bike company
11 May 2021

Village green risk – Supreme Court confirms threat of 'dual use' scenarios

Town and village green registration is possible on land where there is ongoing commercial use that is compatible with the public’s use
10 May 2021
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