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FAQs: End of Furlough, Vaccinations and Returning to the Office

As some sense of normalcy begins to return, we have put together some advice on returning to work for employers.

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The State of Play: Business travel to the United States from the United Kingdom

Travel between the United Kingdom and the United States remains extremely restricted at this time, with no specific dates set for a return to normal procedures. The following is a brief review of where things stand for business travellers looking to visit the United States. As the rules are evolving rapidly, the details below are subject to change and should not be relied upon without further independent confirmation.

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M&A – tips for acquiring distressed competitors

One Hundred BILLION Pounds.  That is the cost incurred by the Government for the financial support provided to businesses since the start of the pandemic; in fact it is more.  That was the figure for the 20/21 financial year, and the support continues.

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Data & Security – dealing with disclosure of personal data in a corporate transaction

Although a business should have an understanding of its obligations under the Data Protection Act 2018 and UK GDPR, the following gives an overview of the specific considerations to be made before sharing personal data as part of a corporate transaction:

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The legal consequences of the rise in online fraud

Online fraud has been on the rise for many years, and solicitors, with transactional money passing through their accounts, are an obvious target. The pace of attacks has quickened in the past year with the majority of solicitors now working from home. The most obvious culprits, the fraudsters themselves, are usually beyond reach, their cash safely withdrawn or transferred to a jurisdiction where the money cannot be traced. So, who else is there to blame?

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