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Jones Day | United Kingdom | 30 May 2022

UK Introduces New Climate-Related Disclosure Regulations for UK Companies and LLPs

The Companies (Strategic Report) (Climate-related Financial Disclosure) Regulations 2022 ("the Regulations") came into force on April 6, 2022. The…
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Dentons | United Kingdom | 27 Mar 2019

Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy launches new consultation into misuse of confidentiality clauses

In the wake of the #MeToo movement, non-disclosure agreements have been a hotly-debated topic, particularly where they are used to prevent employees…
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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP | United Kingdom | 26 Sep 2016

The OGA is here

In UK oil and gas law, we’re used to seeing a change of government department responsible for the regulation of oil and gas - from the DTI, to DBERR…
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Paris Smith LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 22 Jul 2016

Who remembers the DTI? All change at the Ministry (again) as “BEIS” takes the reins

We all love a good reshuffle, don’t we? Don’t we?! No, me neither. Not when it leads to uncertainty for people I am advising anyway. It is of course…
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Kingsley Napley | United Kingdom | 14 Jun 2011

Assessing legal threats to business - can corporate liability ever be “limited”?

This article examines what the current legal threats are to business and why these threats are as relevant to directors and senior officers as to the operators themselves.
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MacRoberts LLP | United Kingdom | 18 Feb 2011

TUPE and administrations: EAT decides judgment in Oakland v Wellswood was wrong

Yesterday, the Employment Appeal Tribunal issued its Judgment in the case of OTG Ltd v Barke and others, in which the central issue to be determined was whether Regulation 8(7) of TUPE could apply to the purchase of business and assets from a company in administration, including purchases using pre-pack arrangements.
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Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom | 30 Nov 2009

Licensing without hiccups

Christmas is fast approaching and operators should ensure that any Temporary Event Notices required for Christmas functions (either additional hours or activities) are submitted in good time and certainly no later than 10 clear working days before the function, which is the statutory deadline.
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Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom | 30 Nov 2009

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Christmas is fast approaching and operators should ensure that any Temporary Event Notices required for Christmas functions (either additional hours or activities) are submitted in good time and certainly no later than 10 clear working days before the function, which is the statutory deadline.
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Squire Patton Boggs | United Kingdom | 16 Oct 2009

Court rules overcollection of WEEE is unlawful

In the recent case of R (REPIC) v Secretary of State (SoS) for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR) and the Environment Agency (EA) (2009), the High Court ruled that where compliance schemes for the collection of waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE) make plans collect more evidence notes than their allocation of WEEE, they may well face sanctions, including prosecution.
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A&L Goodbody | Ireland | 29 Sep 2009

New DETE guidance on the Shareholder Rights Regulations

On the 23 September, the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment (the DETE) published guidance on the Shareholders Rights (Directive 2007/36/EC) Regulations 2009 (the Regulations).
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