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Reading

United Kingdom

CMS’s office in Reading, just outside London, advises clients in the TMT and Lifesciences & Healthcare sectors. Reading is home to some of the world’s leading TMT and Lifesciences organisations and we set up an office here to remain physically close to these businesses, be accessible and to ensure we can deliver the right mix of legal support these businesses need.

The Reading office works with clients locally, nationally and internationally.

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Directions

By car

If you are travelling by car, please enter postcode RG1 3BE into your satnav for directions to the office.

There is a public car park situated on Queens Road which is a short walk from the office.

By train

Reading Station is approximately 0.3 miles from the office.

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Location

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
The Blade
Abbey Square
Reading
RG1 3BE
United Kingdom
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18/08/2017
The Data Pro­tec­tion Bill: a state­ment of in­tent
On 7 Au­gust, the UK gov­ern­ment re­leased its state­ment of in­tent, which set out its pro­pos­als for a Data Pro­tec­tion Bill (the “Bill”) to re­place the Data Pro­tec­tion Act 1998 (“DPA”) and “bring data pro­tec­tion laws in the UK up to date”.
16/08/2017
European Com­mis­sion ends cor­por­ate tax ex­emp­tions gran­ted to Bel­gi­um...
On 27 Ju­ly 2017, the European Com­mis­sion form­ally re­ques­ted Bel­gi­um and France to ab­ol­ish cor­por­ate tax ex­emp­tions for their ports, con­sid­er­ing that their na­tion­al re­gimes for the tax­a­tion of ports were in­com­pat­ible with EU State aid reg­u­la­tion.
18/08/2017
Read our sum­mary of the gov­ern­ment's state­ment of in­tent, which sets...
16/08/2017
In­sur­ance: guid­ance on trans­ition­al pro­vi­sions in Third Parties (Rights...
The High Court’s de­cision in Red­man v Zurich In­sur­ance PLC provides the first ju­di­cial in­dic­a­tion as to the when the new Third Parties (Rights against In­surers) Act 2010 will ap­ply. The de­cision demon­strates that (for the pur­poses of es­tab­lish­ing wheth­er the.
16/08/2017
Fire Safety Con­sid­er­a­tions for Uni­versit­ies
Fire safety is­sues are front of mind for own­ers of multi-oc­cu­pied res­id­en­tial build­ings fol­low­ing the Gren­fell Tower tragedy.   There is ob­vi­ously wide­spread shock that such an in­cid­ent could oc­cur, giv­en the UK’s highly reg­u­lated build­ing stand­ards re­gime.
16/08/2017
Up­dated Guide to Ad­vert­ising Gambling in Great Bri­tain
This art­icle was pro­duced by Olswang LLP, which joined with CMS on 1 May 2017. The ad­vert­ising of gambling products is tightly reg­u­lated in Great Bri­tain. Ad­vert­isers will need to be aware of the di­verse re­stric­tions that ap­ply to them, in­clud­ing those that.
15/08/2017
The new Welsh land­fill dis­pos­als tax
The Welsh Gov­ern­ment is gear­ing up to in­tro­duce its own land­fill dis­pos­al tax (“LDT”) in 2018. This is part of the Welsh Gov­ern­ment's ‘To­wards Zero Waste’ strategy, which aims to make Wales a high re­cyc­ling na­tion by 2025 and a zero waste to land­fill na­tion.
15/08/2017
In­sur­ance: guid­ance on trans­ition­al pro­vi­sions in Third Parties (Rights...
The High Court’s de­cision in Red­man v Zurich In­sur­ance PLC provides the first ju­di­cial in­dic­a­tion as to the when the new Third Parties (Rights against In­surers) Act 2010 will ap­ply. The de­cision demon­strates that (for the pur­poses of es­tab­lish­ing wheth­er the.
14/08/2017
Ad­voc­ate-Gen­er­al sub­mits opin­ion sup­port­ing on­line sales re­stric­tions
Ad­voc­ate-Gen­er­al (AG) Wahl sub­mit­ted a non-bind­ing opin­ion to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that lux­ury brand sup­pli­ers should have the right to choose who sells their products and how their products are sold in or­der to pro­tect their im­age and ex­clus­iv­ity.
11/08/2017
In­creased en­vir­on­ment­al risks in prop­erty trans­ac­tions fol­low­ing Court...
The Court of Ap­peal in Pow­ys County Coun­cil v Price and Hard­wick [2017] EW­CA Civ de­term­ined that Pow­ys County Coun­cil was not li­able as an “ap­pro­pri­ate per­son” for the re­medi­ation of con­tam­in­a­tion cre­ated en­tirely by the activ­it­ies of its pre­de­cessor loc­al.