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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

UK Global Tariff: customs duty and cash flow

This article looks at practical Brexit planning considerations for businesses likely to be affected by customs duties and their potential impact on cash flow
17 June 2020

A to Z of construction disputes: Avoidance and resolution – Part 2: N to Z

This two-part article explains some of the key concepts that anyone involved in the construction industry needs to know in order to avoid or resolve construction disputes
28 May 2019

A to Z of construction disputes: Avoidance and resolution – Part 1: A to M

This two-part article explains some of the key concepts that anyone involved in the construction industry needs to know in order to avoid or resolve construction disputes
14 May 2019

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

Supermarkets face fine of 1% of turnover

The Groceries Code Adjudicator, Christine Tacon, will soon be able to fine those who breach the Groceries Supply Code of Practice. 
03 February 2015

Auditing the grocery supply chain

In September 2014, the major supermarkets will present to the Groceries Code Adjudicator, Christine Tacon, their future proposals for the auditing of supplier accounts.
15 August 2014

Adoption of new agricultural block exemption regulation and guidelines

On 25 June, the European Commission announced that it had adopted a new agricultural block exemption regulation and state aid guidelines in relation to agriculture, forestry and rural development.
27 June 2014

EU Commission's controversial view on UK 'traffic light' labelling

The European Commission is investigating whether the UK's 'traffic light' food labelling is compatible with EU law, following Italy's complaint that it is an illegal bar to free trade.
20 June 2014

Shrimp cartel fined by European Commission

On 27 November 2013 the European Commission announced that it has found four North Sea shrimp traders guilty of operating an illegal price fixing cartel. 
29 November 2013

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New EU State aid rules for agriculture and forestry sectors

Our State Aid team examines key changes the European Commission has recently published in a draft block exemption regulation for financial support to the agriculture, forestry and rural sectors.
13 November 2013

Supreme Court rules on ‘use by’ dates

A landmark ruling by the Supreme Court on 31 July has clarified food labelling and ‘use by’ date rules for retailers.
12 August 2013
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