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RPC | United Kingdom | 20 May 2022

1.5 million square metres added to distribution warehouse centres in past year - as e-commerce booms

Large distribution warehouse centres saw an extra 1,500,000m²* in space added last year, the equivalent of 210 football pitches, according to RPC,…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 19 May 2022

Mariana v BHP may expand scope of environmental group litigation

The much-anticipated Court of Appeal decision on a claim resulting from Brazil's worst environmental disaster could herald a new era for group…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 18 May 2022

Is the crypto market at the end of its Tether?

Stablecoins are so named because they are designed to maintain a stable exchange rate with an underlying Fiat currency such as the US dollar. They…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 18 May 2022

Accounting rules prevail following HMRC loss in the Supreme Court

In HMRC v NCL Investments Ltd and another [2022] UKSC 9, the Supreme Court dismissed HMRC's appeal and confirmed that the granting of share options…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 18 May 2022

Football regulator heralds new era for The Beautiful Game

Last month, sports minister Nigel Huddleston formally confirmed the government’s support for the 10 strategic recommendations set out in the final…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 17 May 2022

Gleeson privies: can non-parties to an arbitration be estopped by it?

Prior arbitral proceedings may give rise to issue estoppel and abuse of process claims against third parties who are "Gleeson privies". However, this exceptional rule would typically be difficult to establish in the context of arbitration given its contractual and confidential nature.
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RPC | United Kingdom | 17 May 2022

Privy Council decides that banks owe no Quincecare duty to a beneficial owner of monies in an account

A bank does not owe the beneficial owner of account monies any duty of care in negligence, including any Quincecare duty: this was the conclusion of…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 17 May 2022

How to prevent Discrimination in the Workplace: practical advice for Hong Kong employers

Hong Kong law prohibits discrimination in the workplace. Unless an exemption applies, it is unlawful to directly or indirectly discriminate on the…
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RPC | European Union, United Kingdom | 17 May 2022

RPC Bites #47 -Kellogg's takes on the Government, certain HFSS restrictions are postponed and ingestible CBD products fall foul of FSA rules

Welcome to RPC Bites. Our aim in the next 2 minutes is to provide you with a flavour of some key legal, regulatory and commercial developments in the…
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RPC | United Kingdom | 13 May 2022

The Week That Was - 13 May 2022

Welcome to The Week That Was, a round-up of key events in the construction sector over the last seven days…
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