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By Samantha Lloyd
All companies must provide certain information in their business communications.
By Jackie Hanlon
Part 55 of the CPR which deals with possession proceedings is being amended from 1 October.
By Justine Ash
The next CPR update includes an important change to the way in which costs of under £25,000 will be assessed in the future.
By Iain Donaldson
Personal representatives may soon be excused from submitting an IHT400 form where the estate’s assets pass free of inheritance tax (IHT) under the transferable nil rate band rule.
By Paul Gershlick
The European Commission is consulting over rules concerning the re-use of certain public information. Its purpose is to encourage use of mapping, legal and other information.
By Paul Gershlick
A US Appeal Court has ruled that software companies can stop people from ‘re-selling’ their software if the terms of the software licence prohibit such re-sales.
By Justine Ash
The European Court of Justice has ruled that communications with in-house counsel are not subject to legal professional privilege in cartel investigations carried out by the European Commission, including dawn raids.
By Iain Donaldson
A recent case saw the law surrounding statutory wills examined.
By Steven Mills
A typical standard clause in a guarantee provides that if sums cannot be recovered from the principal debtor for whatever reason, the guarantor still remains liable.
By Emma Cameron
The Bribery Act 2010 (Act) is due to come into force in April 2011.
By Paul Gershlick
The High Court has granted summary judgment to the BBC and Celador in their defence of a claim by Mr Meakin that the broadcaster and production company infringed his copyright by copying his ideas for a game show.
By Paul Gershlick
The Office of Fair Trading is consulting over proposals for the way pricing information is presented to UK consumers.
By Paul Gershlick
Estate agents have been warned: the Information Commissioner’s Office is looking to check you out.
By Paul Gershlick
More than seven out of every ten UK homes now have a broadband connection through BT or Virgin’s networks.
By Jackie Hanlon
Part 55 of the CPR which deals with possession proceedings is being amended from 1 October.
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