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State aid and IP in R&D agreements - hear from our panel of experts

As private businesses, public bodies and universities alike strive to gain a competitive advantage, each increasingly look to each other to develop next generation products and services.

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Legal update

13 March 2019 Public matters - March 2019

This month includes procurement, local government frameworks, and state aid post-Brexit.

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Legal update

13 March 2019 Changes to Tier 1- Introducing the New ‘Innovator’ and ‘Start-up' visas

The Home Office recently announced substantial changes to Tier 1 of the PBS.

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Legal update

13 March 2019 Managing robust public procurement exercises

The Cabinet Office has issued further guidance in relation to applying exclusions in public procurement, managing conflicts of interest and whistleblowing.

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Legal update

11 March 2019 State aid in a post-Brexit world: the CMA’s role

The position relating to State aid post-Brexit is beginning to become clearer as the 29 March deadline draws closer.

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Hear from Mark Daniels and Helen Simm on privileged communications

In this webinar recording, our experts Mark Daniels and Helen Simm provide you with the key information you need to identify issues relating to the disclosing of documents relevant to litigation, which may have to be disclosed if they are not privileged.

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How to navigate Brexit - think like a startup

With Brexit continuing to hit the headlines, we speak with Jon Snade and Nicole Sykes, Head of EU negotiations at the CBI, for an insight into the short and long term consequences of a no-deal Brexit on the UK’s technology sector, business and economy.

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Four employment law developments to look out for in 2019 and what we can take from last year

We caught up with Kerren Daly and Ian Deakin following this year’s employment law update for a look back over the last 12 months – which cases have made the headlines, key changes employers need to be aware of – and what’s coming up in 2019.

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Legal update

13 February 2019 Public matters - February 2019

This month includes Google's GDPR breach, what constitutes a ‘highway', a procurement case, trial of facts, and the Modern Slavery Act.

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Legal update

12 February 2019 MEAT methodology examined in recent case: Proximus v Council [2019]

The General Court has dismissed an annulment application brought by Proximus SA/NV in a case which has reaffirmed existing case law that the ‘most economically advantageous requirement’ does not necessarily relate solely to prices.

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