London Headquartered International law firm Mackrell Turner Garrett reflects on the legalisation of Cannabis in Canada
Today is the first day that recreational cannabis has become legal in Canada, making it the first G7 nation toRead more.
LBC – Eddie Mair: Now doctors will be able to prescribe medicinal cannabis, will this affect you?
Robert Jappie, our Head of Crime and Regulatory Law appeared on the Eddie Mair show to discuss the change inRead more.
Mackrell Turner Garrett says Health and Safety regulations are here to stay
London law firm, Mackrell Turner Garrett, says that businesses must not neglect current regulations in their preparation for Brexit. BetweenRead more.
Members of the fast-growing Cannabis Trades Association UK gain the support of international law firm Mackrell Turner Garrett
The UK’s fast emerging cannabis-derived medicine market has found a new adviser in London based International law firm, Mackrell TurnerRead more.
Mackrell Turner Garrett’s new modern website reflects future direction of the firm, says Managing Partner
Internationally-focused London law firm, Mackrell Turner Garrett, has redesigned its website to reflect the modern approach of its team andRead more.
Mackrell Turner Garrett welcomes hard-fought for heterosexual civil partnerships
Alison Green, Head of the Family Team at London law firm, Mackrell Turner Garrett, has said proposed changes to theRead more.
The Times – Former lord chancellor calls for legalisation of drugs
Following calls from Lord Falconer of Thoroton to legalise drugs in the UK, Robert Jappie, Head of Crime and Regulatory lawRead more.
London lawyers Mackrell Turner Garrett support National Sporting Heritage Day
Sports Law specialists at London full-service law firm, Mackrell Turner Garrett, have pledged their support to this year’s National SportingRead more.
The British Wills & Probate Awards names Mackrell Turner Garrett as a finalist
Staff and partners at internationally-focused London law firm, Mackrell Turner Garrett, are celebrating the firm’s shortlisting at The British WillsRead more.
EU Parliament approves new copyright rules which could have ‘catastrophic’ implications
Members of the European Parliament (MEP) have approved articles 11 and 13 in a recent vote, in a move whichRead more.
Supreme Court decision and Lasting Powers of Attorney
The Supreme Court on 30 July 2018 has ruled that a family member no longer needs to apply to theRead more.
The Canadian cannabis conundrum: Challenges from the US federal system
There have been some recent reports in the US media that since the decision to nationally legalise medicinal and recreationalRead more.