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Insights / M&A: Safeguards for sharing commercially-sensitive information during due diligence

23-06-2021 / Corporate & Commercial

In this article we consider the UK competition law rules applying to the sharing of commercially-sensitive information (CSI) during the due diligence stages of a transaction and the procedural safeguards a seller can put in place to ensure compliance with UK competition law.

M&A: Safeguards for sharing commercially-sensitive information during due diligence

Insights / Where’s my crude oil? Court upholds claim for return of monies paid under FOB contract

22-06-2021 / Commodities & Trade

BP Oil International Limited v. (1) Vega Petroleum Limited & (2) Dover Investments Limited [2021] EWHC 1364 (Comm)

Where’s my crude oil? Court upholds claim for return of monies paid under FOB contract

Insights / English Court upholds LOU jurisdiction provision, notwithstanding Singapore limitation proceedings

21-06-2021 / Maritime

Enemalta Plc v. Standard Club Asia Ltd (MV Di Matteo) [2021] EWHC 1215 (Comm)

English Court upholds LOU jurisdiction provision, notwithstanding Singapore limitation proceedings

News / Married, separated or divorced: how does your marital status affect your tax treatment?

21-06-2021 / Family & Matrimonial

The tax implications arising out of a divorce, separation, or even marriage could be diverse and unforeseen. Although tax implications may not be your first priority upon separation, it is always wise to seek advice early on in the process, and be aware of possible tax liabilities depending on the outcome of the proceedings.

Married, separated or divorced: how does your marital status affect your tax treatment?

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Insights / UK data protection update: Standard contractual clauses and adequacy decision

17-06-2021 / Corporate & Commercial

In this article we provide an update on our previous article Data protection: European Commission kicks off UK adequacy process and consider the validity of the European Commission’s (EC) new Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) in the UK.

UK data protection update: Standard contractual clauses and adequacy decision

News / EU Settlement Scheme: New guidance for excess absences and paper forms available to download online

16-06-2021 / Employment & Immigration

The Home Office has changed its approach to excess absences and will now admit periods exceeding 12 months for Covid-related reasons.

EU Settlement Scheme: New guidance for excess absences and paper forms available to download online

Insights / Men's Health Week: A focus on domestic abuse

16-06-2021 / Family & Matrimonial

There is a lot of press, almost on a daily basis, on the domestic abuse of women. However, there needs to be an understanding and realisation that men are not always the perpetrators, but instead can be the victims of domestic abuse.

Men's Health Week: A focus on domestic abuse

Insights / No fault divorce – possible from Spring 2022

10-06-2021 / Family & Matrimonial

From the 6 April 2022, married couples, including those entered into civil partnerships, will be able to divorce without blaming one party or adhering to the current separation period requirements.

No fault divorce – possible from Spring 2022