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Important landowner success in Rees v Earl of Plymouth

Landlords’ rights of entry should be interpreted sensibly and in context - a significant decision supporting landlords’ rights of access on tenanted land
01 July 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

Expert witnesses: the ALT bares its teeth, and bites

Tribunal attacks independence of expert witness and imposes severe costs penalty

27 May 2020

Understanding rules of origin for the food and drink industry

Following the UK Government’s newly published post-Brexit tariff regime, we take a look at the impact of rules of origin in trade agreements and what food and drink businesses can do to prepare
22 May 2020

Rural Estates and COVID-19: legal issues in a time of crisis

There are a number of legal issues that may arise for rural estates as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and we set out some of the key ones below
04 May 2020

What's the ASA's 'beef' with Burger King?

The ASA has banned adverts for Burger King's plant-based ‘Rebel Whopper’ burger. What does this and proposed EU legislation mean for the marketing of plant-based foods?
30 April 2020

COVID-19: Opportunities and Challenges in the Licensing Sector

Legislation addressing COVID-19 is highly relevant to businesses operating licensed premises bringing opportunities and major challenges to licensees
17 April 2020

New EU origin labelling rules in force from 1 April 2020

We take a look at the new requirements to label foods with the country of origin or place of provenance of primary ingredients
07 April 2020

COVID-19: How will further business closures affect the food, retail and leisure sectors?

Following the government’s announcement on 23 March of new measures to close more businesses, we look at the key changes and practical issues to be aware of
25 March 2020

COVID-19: Relaxed drivers' hours rules don’t replace fatigue risk assessments

Relaxed drivers' hours rules will help provide essential food, medicine, and other supplies, but adequate driver fatigue risk assessments remain essential
23 March 2020

How can businesses prepare for the new points-based immigration system?

The new points-based immigration system which will apply from 1 January 2021 presents opportunities as well as challenges. Businesses keen to get ahead are advised to take steps now to prepare

27 February 2020

COP26 and its impact on rural land

COP26 is happening in the UK in November 2020. This matters for the agricultural sector
19 February 2020
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