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UK: You're Right To Be Fed Up Of Emails From Firms Getting Ready For GDPR - Mishcon de Reya

Most of us will have received emails over the recent weeks from businesses asking us to confirm that we want to continue to hear from them.

Centralised court call centres set to go live in 2019

HMCTS chief executive pledges to improve record on scheduling and listing.
Law Society Gazette

Chief coroner issues guidance in wake of 'cab rank' ruling

Mary Hassell’s policy of refusing to prioritise cases on religious grounds was declared unlawful last month.
Law Society Gazette

European Union: BREXIT Update: European Medicines Agency (EMA) Redistributes UK's Portfolio Of Centrally Authorized Products - Singh & Associates

The United Kingdom submitted on March 29, 2017, the notification of its intention to withdraw from the European Union pursuant to Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.

UK: Transfers From Defined Benefit Pension Schemes - Clyde & Co

The FCA remains "extremely concerned" about firms exploiting consumers' lack of knowledge when transferring from defined benefit schemes.

UK: Patent Portfolios - Haseltine Lake LLP

Awareness of available IP options is key to building a robust and investable patent portfolio, which can drive R&D, thereby allowing for better drugs and diagnostics.

UK: What's Happening In Pensions - May 2018 - Travers Smith LLP

The government has published its white paper on "Protecting defined benefit pension schemes", covering its proposals for:

European Union: Key Regulatory Developments In The EU - Dentons

The ESMA issued latest double volume cap data

UK: Employment Update - May 2018 - Travers Smith LLP

The Windrush scandal has highlighted some of the complexities around establishing an individual's right to work in the UK.

UK: Launch Of Network Rail's Digital Strategy - Stephenson Harwood

Network Rail's Digital Railway Strategy was launched by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling and Network Rail Chief Executive Mark Carne at an event in York on the 10 May 2018.

Record 12,000 expected to walk for justice

Senior judges to walk side by side with law students; corporate lawyers and QCs with front-line solicitors. 
Law Society Gazette

SDT considers lowering standard of proof for defaulting solicitors

Consultation will come as the number of cases going before tribunal increases by one third. 
Law Society Gazette

UK: UK Court A "FRAND-LY" Face For Deciding SEP Licence Terms - Marks & Clerk

The UK Patents Court has confirmed that it is willing to decide the appropriate terms for a global FRAND licence even where the dispute has a relatively small connection to the UK

UK: Intellectual Property Audit Plus Scheme 2018/19 – Funding Available For SMEs - Abel & Imray

An IP audit is a comprehensive review, carried out by an IP professional, of a business's existing IP assets, including patents, trade secrets, trade marks, designs and copyright.

European Union: Understanding The GDPR: A Comparison Between The GDPR, PIPEDA And PIPA - Bennett Jones LLP

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force on May 25, 2018. To assist Canadian organizations with their potential compliance efforts with respect to same

UK: Dealing With Agencies That Investigate Business Crime - Rahman Ravelli Solicitors

Business crime can often involve a number of companies, individuals and countries.

UK: Madonna's Lost Love Letter Should Be Lesson To Advisors - Withers LLP

In April, a Manhattan Supreme Court judge ruled against singer and actress, Madonna in her attempts to halt the auction sale of several personal items.

UK: Divorce: Why Finding Fault Isn't Fair - Withers LLP

Finding fault in divorce is an artifice which has been continued for far too long.

UK: UK Corporate Interest Restriction Rules – Keeping Pace With Change - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

Adam Blakemore and Catherine Richardson reflect on the development of, and practical considerations associated with, the existing legislation, and provide guidance on some

UK: Protection Against Identity Fraud For Company Directors - Field Fisher

This will be welcome news to directors, as research shows that directors are twice as likely to be victims of identity fraud.

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