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The not so artful dodger: art dealer ordered to draw maximum pension sums to pay creditors

The Court of Appeal in Bacci v Green orders a debtor to delegate authority to waive valuable tax protection and draw pension to satisfy a judgment debt
28 February 2023

Press release

Burges Salmon shortlisted in two categories at HealthInvestor Awards 2023

The firm’s Healthcare team has been shortlisted for 'Legal Advisors of the Year – Public’ and ‘Legal Advisors of the Year – Private’

22 February 2023

The Territorial Scope of the EU Digital Services Act

Isaac Bedi considers the territorial scope of the EU Digital Services Act and how it will apply to organisations outside of the EU
20 February 2023


Webinar on-demand: What does ESG mean for pension schemes?

In this webinar, we cover what the ESG considerations are for all pension schemes including the fiduciary and regulatory duties and TPR’s expectations of trustees
20 February 2023

Press release

Burges Salmon advises FirstGroup on acquisition of Ensign Bus Company

The firm is advising FirstGroup on the acquisition of Ensignbus, which remains subject to regulatory approval

20 February 2023

Marks & Spencer successfully sues Aldi for design infringement for a ‘lookalike’ gin bottle

Aldi’s ‘Infusionist’ gin liqueur bottles have been found to infringe M&S’s registered design rights in light-up bottles used for its own range of festive gin-based drinks, as a result of the cumulative impact of the common features outweighing the designs’ minor differences
17 February 2023

Case study

Partnership to support the UK’s largest electric vehicle charging hub

Burges Salmon has advised First Bus on a pilot project that allows EV charging for third parties in Glasgow
16 February 2023

Procurement Policy Note PPN 02/23 – Modern Slavery – What you need to do to comply

PPN 02/23 on Tackling Modern Slavery in Government Supply Chains is extensive and detailed.  This article provides the essentials with which contracting authorities and bidders will need to get to grips, before 1 April 2023
16 February 2023

Common Land –High Court confirms camping not “open-air recreation”

No right of wild camping on Dartmoor Commons
16 February 2023

Developing Common Land – what do I need to consider?

This case considers the lawfulness of a section 38 consent under the Commons Act 2006 for the first time in the High Court
16 February 2023

Energy efficient retrofitting – without it, net zero targets in the built environment can never be achieved

For the UK to hit its net zero targets, the energy efficiency of existing properties must improve. We explore the obstacles to energy efficient retrofitting.
16 February 2023


Webinar on demand: Hot Topics in Employment Law 2023

In this webinar, first broadcast on 7 February 2023, we guide you through what has changed in employment law in the last 12 months and help you plan for the year ahead

15 February 2023

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