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Burges Salmon is pleased to announce that Tristan Williams has been named as Chartered Legal Executive of the Year and Thomas Carpenter as Law Student of the Year at the Bristol Law Society Awards 2014.
Burges Salmon has been shortlisted in the Property Team of the Year category at the Legal Week British Legal Awards for its work advising the Co-operative Group on the sale of its Farms business.
Burges Salmon's Planning and Energy sector experts have advised Seagreen Wind Energy Ltd on the offshore consents received from the Scottish Government for Phase 1 of its 3,500MW Firth of Forth Offshore Wind Zone.
The European Commission is investigating whether the UK's 'traffic light' food labelling is compatible with EU law, following Italy's complaint that it is an illegal bar to free trade. The investigation highlights the tensions that can exist between food policy in some member states and the wider trade interests of the EU.
In its judgment in Lock v British Gas Trading Ltd, The Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) has held that commission should be included in the calculation of holiday pay in addition to basic salary.
All employees (with 26 weeks' continuous service) now have the right to request flexible working. Previously, the right only applied to parents of children under 17 or for those caring for an adult.
In this month's Quaystone, we focus on unconventional energy and the challenges facing those keen to develop shale gas in the UK.
The latest edition of Burges Salmon's IP and Technology bulletin looks at the implications of DRIP, the Creative Content UK scheme to combat internet piracy and more.
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