The team are easy to work with, proactive and focused on delivery.– Commercial & Property Director - Whitbread Hotels & Restaurants
We work with our clients in understanding the unique and challenging issues, and our advice not only covers legal requirements but we also consistently strive to add value to the solution(s) delivered.
EU law requires food manufacturers and food service businesses to ensure their products and menus are labelled with specific information with regards to nutrition, composition, advertising claims and more.
DWF has produced interactive labels showing the key areas to consider to remain compliant. As always the devil is in the detail of the Regulations, they need to be reviewed fully to determine how the specifications impact your product.
What keeps you up at night? DWF bring you a new series of virtual events, aimed to address key topics of the moment. This new series of discussions will take place monthly, with the first looking at our return to work.
Retail, Food and Hospitality Regulatory Update W/E 5th July. COVID-19 government information published this week.
July is a key month for employer tax compliance and businesses should take care to ensure that they do not overlook forthcoming key compliance dates.
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act (the Act) came into force on 26 June and includes measures to help struggling UK companies to react and adapt to the impact of COVID-19 on businesses and the economy. This article considers how the Act affects termination clauses in contracts for the supply of goods and services.
RFH Brexit Update W/E 28th June. Agenda publishes for UK/EU future relationship negotiations 29 June - 3 July.
On the 29 June 2020, there was welcome news for many organisations which have previously been rejected from obtaining public funding due to the inclusion of the "undertaking in difficulty" test in the State aid Temporary Framework, which has meant that those not satisfying this test as at the end of December 2019 were excluded from support.