UK government reveals transition from EU to UK law for financial instruments – OUT-LAW.com

Posted October 18th, 2018 in brexit, EC law, financial regulation, news by sally

‘The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) will be given a set of temporary powers giving it flexibility over the operation of the transparency regime for the EU’s second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) after Brexit.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 16th October 2018

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Split Court of Appeal rules detention of asylum seekers unlawful — Part 1 – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted October 18th, 2018 in asylum, detention, EC law, news by sally

‘The Court of Appeal has concluded, by a 2-1 majority, that the detention of five asylum seekers pending their removal to another country where they should first have claimed asylum had been unlawful, and that they were entitled to damages. This article (the first of two) will unpick the reasons behind this legally complex appeal.’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 17th October 2018

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Brexit as a revolution – Law Pod UK

Posted October 18th, 2018 in brexit, diplomats, EC law, podcasts by sally

‘Professor Catherine Barnard has this exclusive interview with Sir Ivan Rogers, the former UK Ambassador to the EU, following his speech to Trinity College Cambridge last week. They discuss the themes of this speech which can be found in full on the Trinity College website.’

Free movement of data – the next big thing? – Technology Law Update

Posted October 17th, 2018 in brexit, codes of practice, data protection, EC law, freedom of movement, news by sally

‘European law makers are planning a big step towards enabling the free flow of non-personal data within EU borders as part of the bloc’s Digital Single Market Strategy.’

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Technology Law Update, 16th October 2018

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UK government publishes guidance to support new trade mark laws – OUT-LAW.com

Posted October 5th, 2018 in brexit, documents, EC law, intellectual property, news, time limits, trade marks by tracey

‘The UK government has published documents designed to support the implementation of new trade mark laws, which come into force next year.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 4th October 2018

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MIB ordered to pay out for injury suffered on private land – Litigation Futures

‘The Motor Insurers Bureau (MIB) has to pay compensation to a man injured by an uninsured vehicle, even though it was on private land, the High Court has ruled.’

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Litigation Futures, 4th October 2018

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Divorce & Financial Remedy Update, October 2018 – Family Law Week

‘Naomi Shelton, Associate, Mills & Reeve LLP considers the news and case law relating to financial remedies and divorce during September 2018.’

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Family Law Week, 2nd October 2018

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Robert Brett Taylor and Adelyn L. M. Wilson: Seeking and Implementing a Referral on Revocability of Article 50 Following Wightman – UK Constitutional Law Association

Posted October 1st, 2018 in brexit, EC law, judicial review, news, referendums, Scotland, treaties by sally

‘The UK is due to leave the EU on 29 March 2019. The British Government’s draft withdrawal agreement – the so-called Chequers Deal or Plan – has been subject to critique on both sides of the Brexit debate within the UK and was largely dismissed as unworkable by EU leaders on 20 September 2018. The following day, Theresa May declared that the burden was then on the EU to devise a plan for Brexit.’

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UK Constitutional Law Association, 26th September 2018

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What happens to trade marks and designs if there’s a no-deal Brexit? – Technology Law Update

Posted September 26th, 2018 in brexit, EC law, news, trade marks by sally

‘The UK Government has published a notice about what will happen in relation to EU trade marks and designs if there is NO DEAL. The Government still regards NO DEAL as unlikely, but there is plenty of political uncertainty in the UK just now.’

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Technology Law Update, 25th September 2018

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No-deal Brexit will make it harder to bring foreign criminals to justice, police leader warns – Daily Telegraph

Posted September 19th, 2018 in brexit, criminal justice, criminal records, EC law, news, police, warrants by sally

‘A no-deal Brexitwill make it harder to bring the two Russian agents responsible for the Novichok attack to justice, one of the country’s most senior police officers has said.’

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Daily Telegraph, 18th September 2018

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Confusion as solicitors make medical record requests for clients under GDPR – Litigation Futures

Posted September 17th, 2018 in data protection, EC law, medical records, news, solicitors by sally

‘There is confusion over whether solicitors can seek medical records for free by making subject access requests (SARs) under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).’

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Litigation Futures, 17th September 2018

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Anchoring claims to a UK subsidiary – Competition Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers

‘The recent decision of the High Court in Vattenfall AB v Prysmian SpA [2018] EWHC 1694 (Ch) is another example of claimants being allowed to use non-addressee English subsidiaries as anchor defendants for their competition damages claims. It is also another example of the court considering but not actually having to decide the interesting legal points around attribution of liability which potentially arise in such cases.’

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Competition Bulletin from Blackstone Chambers, 7th September 2018

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Council in legal bid to force disclosure of Brexit impact – Local Government Lawyer

Posted September 3rd, 2018 in brexit, disclosure, EC law, government departments, local government, news by sally

‘Plymouth City Council has claimed to be the first to use the Sustainable Communities Act to try to force the government to reveal the impact of Brexit.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 30th August 2018

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The Right To Data? Campaigners Launch Legal Challenge To Access Home Office Data – Rights Info

Posted August 30th, 2018 in data protection, EC law, government departments, immigration, news by sally

‘Campaigners for the rights of EU citizens in the UK have launched a legal challenge against an exemption in the Data Protection Act which prevents citizens accessing their Home Office records.’

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Rights Info, 29th August 2018

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The need for a ‘joined up’ or holistic evaluation of welfare in children proceedings – Family Law

‘In AH v CD and others [2018] EWHC 1643 (Fam), [2018] All ER (D) 162 (Jun) an application by a father who sought his son’s return to Spain, after the child was taken out of the jurisdiction by his mother, raised issues under the 1980 Hague Convention, and also as to the discharge of a care order made by a court which had not been told of the child’s father’s whereabouts. Richard Jones, barrister at 1 Garden Court Chambers, explains the issues.’

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Family Law, 28th August 2018

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No-deal Brexit thrusts UK into ‘legal vacuum’, warns Keir Starmer – The Guardian

Posted August 28th, 2018 in agreements, brexit, EC law, legislation, news, treaties by sally

‘Theresa May and the government would face a race against time to pass a slew of new laws, or risk creating an “unsustainable legal vacuum”, if Britain plunged out of the EU without a deal, Labour’s Keir Starmer has warned.’

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The Guardian, 26th August 2018

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GDPR prompts UK data protection complaints to double – OUT-LAW.com

Posted August 28th, 2018 in complaints, data protection, EC law, news by sally

‘The number of data protection complaints received by the UK’s data protection watchdog has doubled since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect.’

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OUT-LAW.com, 27th August 2018

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Deal or No-deal? Brexit and financial services – Technology Law Update

Posted August 24th, 2018 in brexit, EC law, financial regulation, international trade, news by sally

‘On Monday, the Department for Exiting the EU published a presentation explaining the UK Government’s vision for the future UK-EU partnership on financial services, seeking to establish the principles of autonomy, bilaterality and co-operation.’

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Technology Law Update, 23rd August 2018

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‘No-deal’ Brexit advice to be published by UK government – BBC News

Posted August 23rd, 2018 in brexit, EC law, news, treaties by sally

‘The UK government will begin advising people, businesses, and other groups about how to plan for the possibility of leaving the EU without a deal.’

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BBC News, 23rd August 2018

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Leaving the country to evade care proceedings – how does the court in England & Wales get your children back? – Transparency Project

Posted August 15th, 2018 in care orders, child abduction, EC law, news by sally

‘The following opinion of an Advocate General in the European Court of Justice (NB not the European Court of Human Rights at Strasbourg) is an interesting investigation as to how the courts of two different EU Member States work together to deal with the situation where parents have unlawfully removed their children from one country to the other – together with some strong criticism of how those countries failed to abide by important procedural safeguards to protect the rights of both the parents and the children.’

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Transparency Project, 14th August 2018

Source: www.transparencyproject.org.uk