News that Frasers Group is opening a new flagship Birmingham store to include Sports Direct, USC, Evans Cycles and GAME, as well as an e-sports arena, demonstrates a bold approach for driving footfall … [Read more...] about Consolidated in-store experiences – the new way forward?
The UK Supreme Court this morning handed down a much anticipated decision concerning the appearance of bias in international arbitration. There were two core questions for the court. Whether an … [Read more...] about Apparent bias in arbitration – Supreme Court decision
The scale of the challenge of the road to net zero in the power sector is immense. The UK's existing coal generation is all but gone; gas generation plants are now largely mid to late life and … [Read more...] about The Road to Net Zero
In R (on the application of the Governing Body of X) v Office for Standards In Education, Children's Services and Skills & Anor  EWCA Civ 594 the Court of Appeal considered whether to grant … [Read more...] about Court of Appeal confirms high threshold for injunctions preventing publication of Ofsted reports
The UK government appears to be taking its role as host of next year's delayed COP26 seriously in its announcement of proposals for world-leading legislation to protect rainforests and prevent illegal … [Read more...] about New UK laws to curb illegal deforestation in supply chains
On Friday 31 July 2020, the Ministry of Justice launched an independent review into administrative law in order to determine whether there is a need for judicial review reform. This follows the … [Read more...] about Independent panel to examine the need for Judicial Review reform