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Construction and Engineering

  • Burges Salmon are currently seeking a Construction & Engineering Lawyer (4+ years' PQE) to join us in Bristol
  • Our Construction Team is noted for its focus on the transport, infrastructure, energy and development sectors
  • You will be working on all aspects of built infrastructure, including strategic projects and complex dispute resolution
  • You will need excellent academics, including a law degree, coupled with experience gained nationally and internationally
  • You should also be a strong team player who is able to manage a complex and varied workload effectively

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Important changes to the scheme funding regime were heralded eighteen months ago by the DWP White Paper and followed up in March 2019 by the Pension

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A bumper year for buy-ins and buy-outs

Analysis published recently by Lane Clark & Peacock shows that the total buy-in and buy-out volumes by UK pension schemes reached £17.6bn in the

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Government publishes No Deal Readiness Report

On 8 October the Government issued its “No Deal Readiness Report”. Whilst it is not yet known whether the UK will leave with or without a Withdrawal

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ESG requirements after 1 October 2019

ESG is not a new concept, but in the run up to the 1 October 2019 deadline for trustees to include changes to occupational pension scheme statements

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ESG factors: Can directors of UK Companies take them into account?

The short answer is yes. The concept of 'enlightened shareholder value' which underpins the core directors’ duty to promote the success of the

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McDonald's 'Mc' mark partially revoked for lack of genuine use

In Supermac’s v McDonald’s (14787-C), McDonald’s EU trade mark ‘Mc’ (No. EU10392835) was partially revoked following an application made by Irish

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‘No-deal’ Brexit and Data Protection - Appointing a Representative

If you process data of EU individuals in the UK or outside the EU after a 'no-deal' Brexit, you may need to appoint a representative to ensure you

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Red Bull's blue silver colour combination trade marks remain invalid

This decision emphasises the importance of careful drafting when submitting trade mark applications, particularly in the context of colour marks

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Box Clever Appeal Decision

On 8 November 2016, the Upper Tax Tribunal confirmed that the Regulator had jurisdiction to issue a financial support direction (FSD) to target

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Deal, no deal. How can EU nationals protect their rights in light of Brexit?

As Brexit date is uncertain (i.e. 31 October 2019, 31 January 2020 or whenever it may be) and in light of the recent political events, EU nationals

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Proposals for permitted development rights to support 5G rollout

The consultation published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government and the Ministry of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in

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Biodiversity Net Gain - what are the key features?

The government is to introduce a mandatory requirement for development in England to deliver 'biodiversity net gain' of 10 per cent. Provisions of

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Correcting historic tax liabilities

There is a common misconception that wealth can be hidden offshore, out of sight of the tax authorities. Whether or not this was ever the case in the

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Qualcomm fined 242 million for abuse of dominance

On 18 July 2019, the European Commission fined Qualcomm 242 million for abusing its dominant position in the 3G baseband chipset market between 2009

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Update to the Single Source Contract Regulations 2014: Changes to the categories of contracts that cannot be QDCs or QSCs

The Defence Reform Act 2014 and the Single Source Contract Regulations 2014 set out a regulatory framework governing the pricing and transparency of

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Update to the Single Source Contract Regulations 2014: Changes to the reporting requirements for contractors

The Defence Reform Act 2014 and the Single Source Contract Regulations 2014 set out a regulatory framework governing the pricing and transparency of

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Update to the Single Source Contract Regulations 2014: Changes to the rules for pricing amendments to QDCs

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Useless dads and passive women - first ads banned under the ASA's gender stereotyping rules

As reported in our earlier article (ASA announces that from June harmful gender stereotyping in adverts will be banned), new rules introduced by the

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What is the latest on Five Year Housing Land Supply?

On 22 July 2019, the government published new and updated Planning Policy Guidance (PPG) on a number of topics, including clarification on how the

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