In this article our regulation and markets team reflect on the Competition and Markets Authority’s new draft guidance on sustainability agreements, and what this means for industry looking to collaborate to secure environmental benefit without breaching competition law.
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In this article, John Vassiliou, Senior Associate in our employment team, comments on several changes to the Skilled Worker visa route announced on 9 March 2023, which sponsor licence holders will need to be aware of moving forward.
The European Court of Justice published three rulings on the investigatory powers of the European Commission on Thursday 9 March. This article by Ross Gibson summarises the appeals and the impact of the Court’s judgements.
In this article, Daniel Bain, Legal Director, in our property and infrastructure team, discusses a recent decision of the Lands Tribunal for Scotland, which provides further guidance on the valuation of rent under the Electronic Communications Code.
The Employment Relations (Flexible Working) Bill is continuing through Parliament and has now moved to the House of Lords. This article considers what employers need to be doing, and the consequences for employees.
Yesterday, the Government published its White Paper on the reform of Football Governance in England. The White Paper is the culmination of a process that was intended to empower football fans, but does it achieve that goal? Ross Simpson discusses.
In this article, Jamie Yule discusses the recently approved Hunting with Dogs (Scotland) Bill which will soon replace The Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Act 2002. While further limits on fox-hunting will not come as a shock to many, landowners may be surprised at the fairly strict requirements contained in the Bill to ensure that illegal hunting is not taking place on their land.
In the final part of our series of articles for Hydrogen Week, Kevin Clancy and Ross Gibson look at how the laws of health and safety are used to ensure the safe production and deployment of hydrogen and how these may develop in future.
In the third of a series of articles for Hydrogen Week, Ashley French and Joanna Rae consider the UK’s proposal to introduce a new certification scheme to verify sustainability of low carbon hydrogen.
In the second of a series of articles for UK Hydrogen Week, Ashley French sets out some of the key implications of BEIS’ update to the Heads of Terms for the Agreement for the Low Carbon Hydrogen Production Business Model.
The UK’s first official Hydrogen Week starts today and aims to bring together stakeholders across the UK to celebrate and promote the role of hydrogen in reaching net zero. In the first of a series of articles, we set out a high-level overview of the opportunities and challenges presented by hydrogen in the UK.
In the fifth and final article of our metaverse series, we will discuss the use of immersive online technology in an employment context and set out some of the considerations that employers will be grappling with if looking to harness this technology in the workplace.