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Immigration Law (19 July – 2 August)

Immigration News Leave to remain – but no home to remain in after fees treble The Guardian – 31 July The cost of renewing an application for a resident with limited leave to remain has increased... Read more
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Q&A with Paul Fisher

Bloomsbury Professional catch up with barrister and author, Paul Fisher.  Read more
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Bloomsbury IP & IT Briefing: July Teaser

There were just two significant judgments from the Patents Court in July, one dealing with monoclonal antibodies and one in a telecoms FRAND case. Read more
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Draft ICO Code of Practice on Data Sharing – comments open until 9 September

Sharing personal data with other data protection ‘controllers’ is a regular activity for most organisations and their Data Protection Officers (DPOs); whether it is between local authorities and... Read more
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Employment and Pensions Law (12 July – 26 July)

Employment News Redeployment rights for pregnant employees and maternity returners announced Lewis Silkin – 25 July During the final days of Theresa May’s government, redeployment rights for... Read more
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IP & IT Law (12 July – 26 July)

IP & IT News Hong Kong protestors “in breach of data privacy law” Lewis Silkin – 24 July It has been found that protesters in the recent Hong Kong protests breached the Personal Data (Privacy)... Read more
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Arbitration (28 June – 26 July)

Arbitration News South Korea rejects Japan call for arbitration over wartime labour dispute Reuters – 19 July Following a court ruling in 2018 that ordered Japanese companies to pay compensation... Read more
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Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing: July Teaser

Welcome to the latest Bloomsbury Immigration Law Briefing which covers the period up to 22 July 2019. Read more
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Family Law (5 July – 19 July)

Family News “Landmark moment” as Domestic Abuse Bill introduced to Parliament Gov.UK – 16 July The eagerly anticipated Domestic Abuse Bill has received its first reading in the House of Commons,... Read more
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Immigration Law (5 July – 19 July)

Immigration News UKVI visa application fees – not always what you would expect Kingsley Napley – 18 July How much do sponsors have to pay for a Tier 2 visa? Kingsley Napley discuss the visa... Read more

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