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Gearing up for UPC Implementation one step closer as Slovenia ratifies the PAP Protocol

European Union - September 24 2021 The implementation of the Unified Patent Court (UPC), a court system which enables the resolution of disputes involving parallel patents across most…

Five tech trends for the modern workplace

United Kingdom - September 20 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic and a sudden, nationwide adoption of remote working kick-started huge change in many aspects of our daily lives, including our…

FCA to regulate pre-paid funeral plan sector

United Kingdom - September 7 2021 From 29 July 2022, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will start regulating the pre-paid funeral plan sector. Anyone that intends to continue…

The UK logistics market and tech-led commerce

United Kingdom - September 6 2021 Modern logistics facilities are now a bedrock of tech-led commerce whilst shopping centres, the erstwhile catalyst of urban regeneration projects…

Strong step forward for litigation funding in the class action arena

United Kingdom - August 20 2021 Wednesday 18th August saw confirmation from court that the first consumer group class action claim in the UK - Merricks v Mastercard - could proceed…

Mining tax systems for resource-rich countries

Global - August 18 2021 With demand for commodities increasing and prices rising, governments around the world are thinking about whether they should increase the tax-take on…

What are the biggest cybersecurity risks for those working in procurement or supply management?

United Kingdom - August 17 2021 Supply chain management is a complex process involving many partners, organisations and technological systems. Without ensuring that there is a…

Stop, collaborate and listen: TPR consults on its climate reporting guidance and enforcement approach

United Kingdom - July 23 2021 From 1 October 2021, phased implementation of new climate-related reporting requirements under the Pension Schemes Act 2021 begins. The Pensions…

What powers will the New Homes Ombudsman have against developers?

United Kingdom - July 6 2021 Further details about the New Homes Ombudsman have been published by the Government in the Building Safety Bill. While much of the focus will be on…

Homeowners to be allowed extra time to claim against contractors - with retrospective effect

United Kingdom - July 5 2021 The Government has announced its intention to extend the limitation period to 15 years for homeowners in respect of claims for poor workmanship. The…