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EU laws will still stand in the UK until the end of the transition period. But what will happen after the 31 December 2020 deadline?
Pauline Cowie, partner at TLT, has written an opening chapter for this authoritative guide on the importance of due diligence in international franchising and how to minimise risk (free to download).
Our Retail Risk Report, now in its fourth year, is a single point of reference to help retailers understand the legal and regulatory changes taking place in 2018 and beyond
In November 2016, TLT brought together an experienced panel of speakers with an audience of senior business representatives to debate the role business can play in delivering a fairer capitalism. Here are some of the...
The implications of Brexit on our legal system will be wide-ranging and far-reaching. To support our clients, we will regularly update you on a range of issues as they unfold.
Our Senior Managers Regime hot topic features news and insight to help banks, building societies, investment firms and UK branches of foreign banks prepare for the new regime.
The clock is ticking for firms to prepare for moving from LIBOR to sterling risk-free rates. Follow our insights and events for strategic advice.
We approach a brave new world of Gigabit full-fibre fixed communications, 5G mobile technologies, data driven markets enabled by true AI, with the potential for huge commercial and social growth and benefits. Follow our...
Open Banking is driving innovation in banking and customer experience but also presents new challenges around security and data protection.
As the UK moves towards a carbon neutral future, electric vehicles are the new watchword. We explore what this means for the energy market and investors through a series of legal insights.
Keep up to speed with the legal, regulatory and technological issues involved in tackling payment fraud.
We've been involved in the energy sector for over 20 years and have been instrumental in tackling the legal issues around energy storage projects. Read the latest insights from our energy specialists.
Under the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), landlords could face substantial penalties for letting energy inefficient properties.