Members of the Employment & Immigration Group will provide an update on key developments and challenges within the UK immigration sphere during the last 12 months, including practical tips for employers navigating the post-Brexit visa regime.
On July 26, 2021, the competent authorities of the United States and the United Kingdom entered into an arrangement (Brexit Arrangement) interpreting the US-UK income tax treaty.
This article examines a recent case which provides guidance on the powers and proclivities of the English courts to resolve disputes concerning domestic construction operations.
This article gives insight into post-Brexit English court jurisdiction clauses in light of the outcome of the Etihad Airways PJSC v Flöther case.
As a result of Brexit, there is a risk that physical electricity and gas trading via UK brokers will no longer be covered by the so-called REMIT carve-out and that such transactions will therefore be subject to financial market regulation.
In this article we discuss the UK’s post-Brexit immigration rules and the ways businesses can prepare for the end of free movement.
In the sixth of a seven-part series on the application of US sanctions to the shipping community, this article explores conflicts of laws resulting from the EU Blocking Statute and US antiboycott law.
This article examines a recent case in which the Commercial Court confirmed that English rules on legal professional privilege extend to protect communications with in-house lawyers irrespective of their location or country of qualification.
This report highlights some recent developments and forthcoming changes in the sanctions landscape which will increase the importance of compliance, most likely complicate the task and which have particular relevance for the maritime industry.
This article summarises how companies listed outside the UK can dual list abroad in London to maximise their growth and international investor exposure.