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Opinion  |  09:12:21
Nuisance Messages in the spotlight
On 19 November 2021, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport’s (DCMS) consultation, ‘Data: a new direction’, closed.
News  |  02:12:21
RWK Goodman advise on sale of Cornish nursing home
Law firm RWK Goodman has advised on the sale of a well-respected and long-established nursing home in Looe, Cornwall.
Opinion  |  23:11:21
A detailed review of Lloyd v Google: what does it mean and what next for claims management companies?
The Supreme Court handed down judgment in Lloyd v Google LLC [2021] UKSC 50 on 10 November 2021. This is a seminal decision which provides that damages for alleged data breaches cannot be claimed without proving actual financial loss or distress. The Court also set out the evidence needed to assess compensation where damage had been suffered.
News  |  18:11:21
RWK Goodman lead on sale of two specialist dementia care homes
Law firm RWK Goodman has advised on the sale of two specialist dementia care homes by long-standing client and care provider Equality Care Limited.
post merger integration
Opinion  |  25:08:21
Post-Merger Integration: Culture clashes and how to avoid them to maximise deal value
The marriage of two companies is an exciting milestone to achieve corporate growth.
Opinion  |  09:02:21
Wrongful Trading Actions suspension: what does this mean for the retail sector?
In an effort to assist distressed companies during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Wrongful Trading actions were temporarily suspended from March 2020 under section 12 of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (CIGA) until 30 September 2020.
News  |  01:02:21
Mavern House Nursing Home in Wiltshire sold to Welford Healthcare
Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co, has announced the sale of Mavern House Nursing Home in the hamlet of Shaw, near Melksham in Wiltshire, to Welford Healthcare. RWK Goodman acted on behalf of the sellers.
Opinion  |  18:01:21
The future of banking in the UK: What are the key trends for 2021?
Whilst 2020 and the Covid-19 pandemic has forced lenders to embrace new practices, the financial services sector has tried to remain resilient during the turbulence at the same time as providing support to their customers who need it. At the end of 2020, the British Business Bank reported that the Coronavirus loan schemes had supported a total of over 1.5m facilities to businesses, providing over £68 billion of finance.
Opinion  |  06:01:21
Commerce & Law: what to expect in 2021
This article summarises some of the key developments expected in commercial, consumer and contract law in the UK in 2021 and beyond.
Opinion  |  22:12:20
China launches World’s First Central Bank Digital Currency
China has become the first nation to develop and launch a central bank digital currency, with the Digital Currency Electronic Payment (DCEP) being rolled out across major e-commerce platforms within the country, including the multinational corporation Alibaba Group Holding Limited.
Opinion  |  15:12:20
Post-Merger Integration: Beginning or the end of the M&A journey
Completing an M&A deal is a very exciting moment for all parties concerned. A great deal of hard work has been undertaken by the buyer to find the right target to purchase, analyse the benefits, synergies and cost-saving opportunities, carry out due diligence, negotiate the key documents and finally complete the deal.
Opinion  |  23:11:20
The key issues businesses should consider before the end of the transition period
With the post-Brexit transition period ending in 31 December 2020 and talks between the EU and UK about a Free Trade Agreement (“FTA”) continuing, businesses need to continue to prepare for the key challenges ahead.
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