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24 September 2020

FROM OUR KITCHEN TO YOURS – SUNSHINE STATE OF MIND MASTERCLASS

Our Brisbane office delivers a taste of Queensland sunshine in the latest instalment of our " How-To Masterclass ”, featuring handmade potato gnocchi with sautéed prawns, and a Queensland inspired trifle to follow.
24 September 2020

Webinar: Sustainability in Arbitration – Reducing the environmental impact of our disputes

Herbert Smith Freehills and the Campaign for Greener Arbitrations are delighted to invite you to attend our webinar on Sustainability in Arbitration. Environmental sustainability is not a new subject, but is one that is increasingly at the forefront of government and corporate strategy and...
23 September 2020

Catalyst // Podcast Series

As markets move from response to recovery, our focus is shifting too. Looking ahead, we expect the global pandemic to operate as a catalyst, accelerating changes in human behaviour, driving forward scientific and technological advances, and ushering in further digitalisation and some tough choices...
23 September 2020

Podcast: Herbert Smith Freehills and GaffneyCline experts speak on ESG and Decarbonisation with the Oil & Gas Council

In this podcast Tim Pawul of the Oil & Gas Council hosts GaffneyCline's Global Head of Carbon Management, Nigel Jenvey and Herbert Smith Freehills' Global Head of Energy, Lewis McDonald, where they talk about ESG and decarbonisation in the context of oil & gas around the world. In the...
23 September 2020

UK Government plans to strengthen Modern Slavery Act 2015 reporting requirements

The UK Government has published its response to the transparency in supply chains consultation . The response sets out significant new proposals intended to strengthen the Modern Slavery Act 2015 ( MSA ), and in particular the requirement for certain organisations to produce a slavery and human...
23 September 2020

Cyber and data security webinars

Cyber security is a high-ranking board agenda item showing no sign of abating. The regulatory landscape is becoming ever more complex as we strive to respond and mitigate the risks of cyber incidents. In the following webinars we delve into some key developments to help you keep abreast of changes...
23 September 2020

POBLACIÓN: La nueva regulación del trabajo a distancia (ESPAÑA)

El 23 de septiembre de 2020 se ha publicado en el Boletín Oficial del Estado, el Real Decreto-ley 28/2020, de 22 de septiembre (“RDL 28/2020”), de trabajo a distancia, que entrará en vigor a los 20 días de su publicación, en todo aquello que se refiere a la regulación de esta modalidad de trabajo.
23 September 2020

The Italian medicines agency AIFA opens a public consultation on the draft guidelines for the preparation of the dossier supporting a price and reimbursement application

This is the last step before the implementation of the new procedure for the price and reimbursement negotiation set out in the Decree on price and reimbursement negotiation of 2 August 2019. The Italian Medicines Agency (AIFA) has launched a one week public consultation, closing 30 September 2020...
23 September 2020

Brewster and beyond: an update on litigation funding

23 September 2020

Predicted trends in class actions beyond the pandemic

Covid-19 inevitably raises the prospect of claims but what else is on the class action horizon?
23 September 2020

Catalyst // Webinar Series

As markets move from response to recovery, our focus is shifting too. Looking ahead, we expect the global pandemic to operate as a catalyst, accelerating changes in human behaviour, driving forward scientific and technological advances, and ushering in further digitalisation and some tough choices...
23 September 2020

Where to next? The class actions landscape in 2020

22 September 2020

HYDROGEN IN GERMANY

The energy transition is considered a catalyst for the supply of clean, secure and affordable energy in Germany. In the fight against climate change, hydrogen made with renewable electricity (green hydrogen) is increasingly regarded as the solution for the decarbonisation of industry sectors with...
22 September 2020

Navigating the low price oil environment

Oil prices have recently reached historic lows. Oil companies are faced with a number of potential legal issues as low oil prices impact their trading and operational agreements. In this podcast series we consider some of the key issues triggered by the current low oil price environment, looking in...
22 September 2020

Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Rail Transport 2021 European Union

Our legal specialists in transport comprising Tom Marshall, John Williams, Patrick Mitchell, Oliver Grabowski, Tim Briggs and Max Kaufman, have contributed to the European Union chapter of Lexology's latest country by country guide on Rail Transport 2021.