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Electric & Hydrogen Vehicles: The UK wants to achieve its target of emitting virtually zero carbon by 2050.

31 May 2021

The UK is targeting 2035 for when a blanket ban on selling new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars will be in place. The UK wants to achieve its target of emitting virtually zero carbon by 2050.

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Key changes to intellectual property dispute cases post-Brexit

23 February 2021

The United Kingdom left the EU on 31 January 2020. The withdrawal agreement included a transition period to allow time to adjust to the differences in the legal regimes that would apply both pre- and post-Brexit.

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Can employers force staff to get vaccinated against Covid-19?

28 January 2021

The impact of the Covid pandemic on businesses the length and breadth of the country is almost unmeasurable.

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Government urged to go further with drive to electric vehicles

27 November 2020

An expert in green technologies law says Government plans to drive massive growth in the use of electric cars must be supported by an equally ambitious upgrade of the national infrastructure.

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Midlands and Shropshire law firm scoops top rankings in leading legal guide

04 November 2020

Teams and lawyers at FBC Manby Bowdler are officially among the best in the UK, according to a new prestigious guide to the country’s top legal talent.

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Companies warned to act now over EU GDPR rules

20 October 2020

Companies warned to act now over EU GDPR rules

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Perhaps not since war time have UK businesses faced so much uncertainty

14 October 2020

After months, if not years, of being told to prepare for Britain’s exit from the EU – a crisis with just as much potential to disrupt business arrived....

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Law firm welcomes new IP protection with launch of digital asset fingerprinting

31 July 2020

Innovators can now take advantage of a new online digital fingerprinting service that was launched to help protect designs and innovations from copycat misuse.

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Companies urged to make competition clauses reasonable

30 July 2020

For businesses concerned about the impact of their key employees going to work for a competitor organisation, a non-compete clause can provide a safety net to stop commercially sensitive information being passed on to a rival.

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Chancellor urged to remember smaller manufacturers in this week’s Budget

09 March 2020

Business leaders calling on the Chancellor to keep the needs of manufacturers central to his Budget on Wednesday as planning to deal with Covid-19 takes hold.

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