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On 26 July 2022, the UK Government published Guidance aimed at summarising the distinction between the three types of employment status...
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BMW caused a stir this month when it announced a new paid-for subscription service for some of its vehicles. Subscription services in...
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In its recently published consultation response, the UK Intellectual Property Office signalled its intention to introduce an expansive...
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On 1 July 2022, the UK government expanded the list of health care professionals (“HCPs”) that can now issue fit notes to include nurses,...
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The Council of the European Union has approved the EU’s accession to the Hague Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign...
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Bold and brave once-in-a-generation reform - words from the chair of the UK Secondary Capital Raising Review, Mark Austin, which on...
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In the article linked below, my colleague Sophie Lawrance and I explain the recent decision in the Court of Appeal in Nokia v Oppo. Oppo...
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This week the ICO published its strategic plan for the next three years in a document called ICO25. This not only offers an overview of...
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The FT has reported on a draft set of recommendations, prepared by Mark Austin, chair of the UK Secondary Capital Raising Review, to...
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On 6 July 2022, the Westminster Media Forum hosted the latest in its series of regular policy conferences, focusing on the topic of "The...
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A fine of £1.5 million has been issued against Dar Lighting Limited (‘Dar’), a UK-based supplier of domestic lighting, for engaging in...