Monthly summary of our recent blogs and news relating to litigation, intellectual property and dispute resolution
We continue to receive a large volume of questions from our clients about the impact of the pandemic on their legal rights and obligations.
The government launched a new debt finance scheme earlier this year - the Recovery Loan Scheme (RLS). What is it and how can businesses use it?
Lord Sales, Justice of the UK Supreme Court, gave a speech at the New Zealand Senior Courts Judges’ Conference to share his thoughts and concerns surrounding the implications of Covid-19 on UK Law.
Ofgem has approved a £300 million funding scheme as a significant step towards meeting the government’s ambitious climate change targets, including the ban on new petrol and diesel car sales by 2030.
Monday 7th June, London’s rental e-scooter trial begins in a core group of London boroughs. E-scooter operators Dott, Lime and TIER were chosen to take part in the London trial.
SCCs are one of the most commonly adopted ‘safeguards’ that can be used to allow personal data to be exported from the EU/UK to third countries which do not benefit from an adequacy decision.
In Burnett v International Insurance Co of Hanover Ltd  UKSC 12 the Supreme Court unanimously dismissed an appeal concerning the interpretation of a public liability insurance policy.
Our monthly summary of recent property and construction news in the UK.
In Infinity Distribution Ltd (In Administration) v Khan Partnership LLP  EWCA Civ 565 the Court of Appeal considered the principles used to establish the form in which security for costs was to be provided.
Our monthly summary of recent news items relating to the M&A, Scale-up and Growth capital scene in the UK and Europe.