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After the Supreme Court’s ruling in Warner-Lambert v Generics, clinicians and pharmacists can breathe a sigh of relief that they will not be personally exposed to patent litigation.
10 December 2018
We live and work in a global marketplace, taking for granted the ability to trade across borders to get the things we want for a price which is competitive. Despite this very global outlook, we find ourselves in the middle of a political whirlwind which may have the effect of removing this ease of access due to a more protectionist approach to trade.
06 December 2018
With effect from 29 October 2018, the rules for entrepreneurs’ relief changed and the implications of these changes are potentially more far reaching that you may have first thought, particularly if you hold shares in a company that has different classes of shares.
26 November 2018
At this pivotal moment in the Brexit process, we take stock of the main issues UK businesses are facing.
19 November 2018
The continued uncertainty as to the form of any "deal" between the UK and the EU or indeed whether the UK and the EU will reach a "deal" has meant that many businesses have postponed taking steps to assess the potential supply chain impact of Brexit.
12 November 2018
As the Agriculture Bill makes its way through the Parliamentary process, the long term consequences of the proposed legislation remain unclear and there is considerable detail that is missing.
08 November 2018
A round-up of some recent litigation cases that may be of interest to you.
07 November 2018
A new disclosure regime is going to be piloted in the Business & Property Courts for two years from 1 January 2019. The changes to the present rules are intended to control the burden and costs of disclosure, with a view to the new regime replacing the present disclosure regime in CPR 31 in due course.
07 November 2018
International divorce used to be the preserve of the super-devious and/or super-rich. Nowadays, it is commonplace.
07 November 2018
When Mrs Owens issued her divorce petition in May 2015 it’s doubtful that she thought she’d still be married three years later let alone see her case go to the Supreme Court and be the catalyst for the most significant changes to divorce law in almost 50 years.
07 November 2018
The ownership of high value UK residential property by people resident outside of the UK has been a hot topic in the Private Client world for the last six or seven years.
07 November 2018
In most cases when directors or senior employees of a business take decisions relating to the workforce, they can sleep easily at night on the basis that, while they may create a liability for the business, they will not be personally liable for their actions but they are some key exceptions to this principle.
07 November 2018
For ten years Mr Glyn has tangled with HMRC over a £5.5 million tax bill. It all rests on whether he was UK resident when a dividend was paid out.
07 November 2018
A new decision highlights issues around the lack of use of protocols concerning the disclosure of information in child abuse and linked criminal and care proceedings.
07 November 2018
It goes without saying, particularly if you are a claimant or act for one, that the first thing to do is to establish that your proposed defendant has the financial resource to pay the amounts you believe that they owe before you commence proceedings against them. Checking on the financial health of that party should also be an ongoing exercise during the course of those proceedings.
07 November 2018
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