As the regulator Ofgem becomes increasingly interventionist, it pays off to be aware of directors' duties, health and safety risks, and the detail of power purchase agreements and other schemes.
Evolving and disruptive technologies are changing how businesses operate, compete and evolve – raising multiple legal issues to understand and plan for.
Digital disruption is being driven by a portfolio of both new and old technologies. The coronavirus pandemic has powered an extraordinary acceleration in understanding their game-changing potential. Business models are changing. People are interacting in new ways. Organisations are focusing on how they can automate tasks and processes for competitive advantage and to optimise business continuity. The impact of change can’t be overstated. In all aspects of life – both at work and away from it – what we do, how we perceive the world and experience it, and what we can achieve are being transformed forever. Osborne Clarke has long been at the forefront of advising on these ground-breaking transformations. So when you’re embarking on the digitalisation process, harnessing the power of next-generation technology, our longstanding pedigree means you benefit from cutting-edge legal knowledge and insight across your business.