Month: May 2021

LONDON, May 31 (Xinhua) — A British government advisory scientist warned Monday that Britain could be in early stages of third COVID-19 wave as the country reported another 3,383 cases. Professor Ravi Gupta, from the University of Cambridge, said although new cases were “relatively low”, the India-related variant had fuelled “exponential growth”. “Of course the
0 Comments
In the relatively staid world of corporate law, a sharp debate has broken out over the societal role of traditional business corporations[1] and the legal duties of directors. At times, this debate has generated more heat than light. Our “Frequently Asked Questions” below are designed to provide real-world legal guidance to directors and their advisors regarding
0 Comments
The idea of the border has come to dominate British politics – yet it seems as if everywhere, borders aren’t doing what politicians say they should. In England, a potentially dangerous variant of Covid-19 has taken root, despite the traffic-light system of international travel restrictions. In Northern Ireland, a representative of loyalist paramilitaries raises the
0 Comments
The ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline demonstrated yet again the failure of government and business to anticipate cybersecurity issues through traditional tools – risk and vulnerability analysis, implementation of technology and planning to minimize a cyber event, and crisis response protocol. In the aftermath of this debacle, the public lined up to purchase gallons of
0 Comments
As the COVID-19 pandemic recedes and the workforce gradually returns to the office, the commercial real estate industry will rely on PropTech to adapt. Building developers, construction companies and property managers will utilize PropTech to create more efficient, health-promoting and sustainable workplaces. PropTech creates value in a myriad of ways including, for instance, in the
0 Comments