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Guide

Brexit overview: your commercial contracts and Brexit

Although there is significant uncertainty over how Brexit will affect organisations trading across the EEA, we can help you put together an appropriate action plan.

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Guide

Brexit overview: your corporate structure and Brexit

We can help you navigate uncertainty, mitigate any legal risks and even find ways for your organisation to capitalise through a more efficient corporate structure.

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Guide

Brexit overview: your use of data and Brexit

Despite the lack of clarity around Brexit, there are key data issues that can be addressed now. We can help you with the steps you need to take to mitigate the risks.

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Guide

Brexit overview: competition law and Brexit

We can how help you understand the potential issues that any changes will have on your business.

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Guide

Brexit overview: your people and Brexit

Despite the uncertainty, however, we can help you take some sensible steps now to prepare your workforce for the implications of Brexit.

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Private sector development club

Watch our first virtual private sector development club, where we guide you through a variety of topics relevant to property development, including updates on leasehold reform and planning law, plus a guide through the negotiation of promotion and option agreements.

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Legal update

20 May 2020 Cabinet Office advice for contractual behaviour which is impacted by the Covid-19 emergency

On the 7th May 2020, the Cabinet Office released its guidance on responsible contractual behaviour for both public and private sectors relating to the performance and enforcement of contracts which have been “materially impacted” by the coronavirus.

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Legal update

3 April 2020 Vicarious liability for employers: mere opportunity does not in itself confer liability

On 1 April 2020 the Supreme Court gave judgment in WM Morrison Supermarkets v Various Claimants.

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Legal update

1 April 2020 Supreme Court curbs the liability of employers for data breaches committed by their employees

In a judgment that will be welcomed by private and public sector employers throughout the country, the Supreme Court has today upheld the appeal in the Morrisons Supermarkets case about whether vicarious liability may arise for data protection breaches by a rogue employee. Read more here.

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Legal update

13 March 2020 Can a Welsh registered social landlord who is not a public body for Office National Statistics be the subject of a judicial review when it delivers a public function?

A Registered Social Landlord is a hybrid public authority. It is therefore capable of exercising both public and private functions.

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