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A chairperson will be appointed by the end of this year with a view to establishing a public inquiry into the management of the pandemic in the Spring of 2022. We consider the role of the chairperson in a public inquiry, what the focus of the UK Government’s inquiry may be in light of the Scottish Government’s recent public consultation, and whether a Spring 2022 inquiry is realistic.
The UK Government’s 2019 manifesto committed to encourage flexible working and consult on making it the default unless employers have good reasons not to. Subsequently, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic impact on working patterns, resulting in a shift to homeworking for much of the working population.
We are pleased to sponsor a ground-breaking piece of research into the value of English law and its contribution to the global economy. The fascinating study – the first of its kind – reveals how English law underpins trillions of dollars of business activity annually, both at home and abroad.
For Better or for Worse. How Covid changed the (re)Insurance Regulatory framework in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC)
The Covid 19 pandemic has brought upon many changes in almost all industries around the globe. The insurance sector has been no exception to the pandemic’s impact. It has had to adjust rapidly to the ever evolving activities it covers. Regulators around the world have responded to this situation by trying to adapt their regulatory requirements and practices to this “new reality”. LAC region is no exception.
We are delighted to have appointed one of the country’s leading data specialists as part of a bold new strategy which will revolutionise the way we does business.
Kennedys is recognised as a top-band firm in the latest guide to leading law firms and lawyers across the UK.
HM Treasury has published The Financial Services Future Regulatory Framework (FRF) Review: Proposals for Reform. It is the final package of proposals following a series of consultations on the Government’s proposed approach to the Future Regulatory Framework.
Case review 2021-11-03
It is trite law that there exists an implied duty of mutual trust and confidence (the “Duty”) between employer and employee in Hong Kong.
Since the implementation of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018, the world has become more and more aware of data privacy given the exponentially increasing number of cyberattacks and data breaches.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of insurance and commercial litigation specialist Alexandra Bartlett as a partner in the firm’s Insurance group in Sydney. Alex joins Kennedys from YPOL, where she was a director.