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In the wake of COVID-19, the law firm explores what impact the pandemic will have on UAE projects.
While priority measures are understandably focused on the threat to life and health, with governments around the world implementing quarantine and social distancing procedures, local and international trade and business has been and will continue to be affected in different and, often extreme, ways.
The current outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) began in December 2019 in the city of Wuhan in Hubei, China. The disease has now spread to all Chinese provinces, in addition to numerous other countries including the UK.
Cryptocurrencies are relatively recent innovations. While the common law appears to be evolving in line with the technology, statute and regulation are moving at a much slower pace. We must therefore consider that, although cryptocurrencies can be the subject of freezing orders, should they be?
Kennedys Real Estate and Construction teams to attend MIPIM 2020 – the world’s largest property investment conference in Cannes
We are delighted once again to be attending MIPIM, the internationally-renowned property conference taking place from 10 -13 March 2020 in Cannes, France. Our attendance at this year’s MIPIM reinforces our ongoing commitment to supporting clients in relation to real estate and construction matters, and staying at the forefront of development in the markets in which our clients operate.
We are pleased to announce that highly regarded commercial litigation partner Jane Kupsch and senior associate Lucy Reade have joined our growing Melbourne office today. Both were formerly at Piper Alderman.
We are pleased to confirm that we have secured a new retail site at the Meadowhall Shopping Centre for Sheffield United Football Club.
Recent changes to UK copyright law may have unexpected consequences for the healthcare sector. Under the new legislation, NHS Trusts, hospitals, and other healthcare providers may be required by copyright holders to pay a licence fee to enable them to show broadcast television and other content on their premises.
The risk landscape that threatens the livelihoods of SMEs is constantly evolving. From cybersecurity and data regulation, to rogue employees and the liabilities associated with flexible working, small businesses need to be aware of the challenges that these risks bring.