Across topics and issues, borders and industries, we have the thought leadership you need to stay ahead of changes in the law.

Follow us:



ILPA releases considerations for continuation fund transactions

The Institutional Limited Partners Association (ILPA) released considerations for both limited partners (LPs) and general partners (GPs) in respect of continuation fund transactions,...


UK Older People’s Housing Taskforce begins work to help tackle the challenges facing the later living sector

The government’s newly formed Older People’s Housing Taskforce held its inaugural meeting in London on 17 May.Led by Professor Julienne Meyer, a former nurse with an extensive ...


UK government's rental auction plans will bulldoze normal letting processes

Amid strong industry objection to its proposed rental auctions scheme for vacant high street premises, the government has launched an open consultation to seek views on matters that will...


ESG: UK Smart Buildings: retrofit for purpose?

In this second article in our three-part smart buildings series, we ask: is retrofitting an existing building worth it?Smart buildings utilise integrated technology systems to optimise...

Insights and Analysis

DIFC case update: Extensions of time, good faith and liquidated damages In construction contracts

Panther Real Estate Development LLC V Modern Executive Systems Contracting LLC [2022] DIFC CA 016Construction projects, whether energy, infrastructure or residential/commercial...


UK ESG: Local Nature Recovery Strategies- what are they and why are they important for landowners?

In this article we explore key points for landowners regarding the Local Nature Recovery Strategies established in the Environment Act 2021 and set to be rolled out soon. Local Nature...


Take it away - continuing to work did not mean employees agreed to contractual change

In 2015, various UK government departments withdrew employees’ right to have union subscriptions deducted automatically from their pay. In Secretary of State for the Home Department v ...


Can a term be implied into a UK lease so that it makes business sense?

In the recent case of Rail for London v The Mayor and Burgesses of the London Borough of Hackney, the UK High Court considered what happens when the express terms of a lease do not reflect...


Artificial intelligence: World first rules are coming soon – are you ready? (Part 1)

The role that artificial intelligence (“AI”) plays in our everyday lives continues to grow. As a result, so do the proposals surrounding how to regulate AI as well as its...

Loading data