Marks & Spencer is taking Aldi to court to protect its beloved Colin the Caterpillar cake, after the discounter decided it wanted a slice of the action and began selling 'Cuthbert the … [Read more...] about Colin vs Cuthbert: M&S to sue Aldi for trademark infringement
Post Brexit, the UK is finding its feet as it develops an international trade policy. No more can the UK hide behind and blame the EU for tariffs and trade barriers. And as any British … [Read more...] about The future of global trade means acting on increased global protectionism
The Pensions Regulator (TPR) is introducing a new single code of practice (COP) to replace the existing 15 codes. This will be done in two phases. Phase 1 will replace 10 COPs and comprises 51 … [Read more...] about TPR consults on a new single code of practice
Naturally, policy and legislation are key drivers. However, a greater understanding of the environmental impacts of the property lifecycle (embedded carbon) amongst stakeholders such as customers, … [Read more...] about Why is Net Zero important in relation to property?
Despite the current climate, office investment and development and planning for office led schemes is burgeoning, as the confidence in at least a partial return to the physical workplace remains. … [Read more...] about Heading back to prosperity – A green light for UK office developments
On 11 February 2021, the Pension Schemes Act 2021 (PSA 2021) received Royal Assent and entered into law. The PSA 2021 marks the most comprehensive and wide-ranging revision to primary pensions … [Read more...] about Pension Schemes Act 2021 – are you ready for a new pensions landscape?